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Lawndale Christian Health Center Mourns the Loss of Dr. Jerry Umanos

Press Release |
April 24th, 2014

Lawndale Christian Health Center is grieved to announce the death of Dr. Jerry Umanos. Early this morning (4/24/14), we learned from Dr. Umanos’ associates in Kabul the news that he was killed in Afghanistan. In a press conference outside of the Lawndale Christian Health Center building at 3860 W. Ogden Avenue, the following information was shared.

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DHS Grant Expenditure Audit Concluded

Press Release |
June 7th, 2013

An audit of Lawndale Christian Health Center (LCHC)’s federal grant expenditures has been closed as of May 17, 2013, with no monetary recovery requested by the federal government.

The audit was conducted by the Office of Inspector General in September 2012 to assess whether certain costs claimed by LCHC under federal IDS and NAP grants complied with the terms of the grants.

LCHC provided all necessary information and documentation needed to substantiate the organizational expenditures incurred under the grants, resolving the discrepancies identified in the audit.

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LCHC Wins 2013 Bruce Abrams GNA

Press Release |
June 4th, 2013

Lawndale Christian Health Center Wins 2013 Chicago Association of REALTORS® Bruce Abrams Good Neighbor Award  

The Chicago Association of REALTORS® recently presented Lawndale Christian Health Center with the 2013 Bruce Abrams Good Neighbor Award for the construction of our new building at 3750 W Ogden Avenue, the Health & Fitness Center.

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The Chicago Tribune - Obesity Study and Effects on Healthcare

In The News |
September 28th, 2012

Lawndale Christian Health Center CEO, Bruce Miller, and Lawndale Christian Fitness Center member, Johnathan McCamey, were interviewed for a feature article in the Chicago Tribune published Wednesday, September 19th. This article was published as a result of a report by Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that was released on Tuesday, September 18. The report offers sobering projections for an adult obesity rate in the United States that's expected to increase dramatically in Illinois and around the country by 2030.

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