Unleashing Your PotentialThe Forum works to ensure quality training for those in the Southland communities who are seeking careers in the fields of healthcare, business and industry by offering various programs and workshops.
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The Southland Health Care Forum is an organization dedicated to serving the community through programs designed to train a new generation of health care providers. As part of our community focused approach, the Forum offers services developed specifically to help youth and their families rise out of poverty and maintain stable careers in health services.
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New health care rules are making health coverage more comprehensive and affordable for you and your family. The Forum is committed to helping you get covered online, on the phone and in person. Start your new year with coverage. Call 708-756-1000 X53442 to learn more.
Southland Health Care Forum receives funding through the Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) Program. Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Nurse Assistant, and Nursing training programs are funded by Grant #90FX0026 from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
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Southland Health Care Forum30 E. 15th Street, Suite 405Chicago Heights, IL 60411Ph (708) 756-1000, Ext. 53442
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