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St. Bernard Hospital Ambulatory Care Center Pharmacy
Hotline: 773-962-4644
Email: pharmacy@stbh.org

Please call us at the Hotline number or send us an email or CLICK HERE  to sign up.  Thank You.

St. Bernard Hospital is only administering vaccinations to those deemed eligible by the Cook County Department of Public Health. Only persons aged 65 years and older and frontline essential workers can receive the COVID-19 vaccine until further notice.

Eligible frontline essential workers include first responders, postal service workers, public transit workers, educators, grocery store workers, shelter/adult daycare workers, and more.

For more information on COVID-19 vaccinations and vaccine eligibility, please click here.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at
St. Bernard Hospital.

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When you're here, you're family.

When you're here, you're family.

When you're here, you're family.

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St. Bernard Hospital began more than a century ago as the vision of the Rev. Bernard Murray, the leader of St. Bernard’s Church in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood. In an effort to bring adequate health care to the community, Murray asked the Kingston, Canada-based Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, a community of women religious, for help in founding a local hospital. In 1903, the group sent seven sisters who, along with community residents, raised funds for the hospital’s construction, breaking ground in 1904.

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