The Women's Health Initiative

Don't have health insurance? Get a free 3d mammogram this october. Click for details.

Do you or a loved one lack medical coverage and are worried you can’t afford basic screenings like mammograms?

At Swedish Covenant Hospital, we believe all women deserve access to the same high quality health care, no matter their income level. This October we’re launching our Women’s Wellness Fridaysprogram. All participants will receive the following services free of charge:

  • – A health needs assessment in the spa-like atmosphere of our new Mayora Rosenberg Women’s Health Center.
  • – A  mammogram using the latest 3D technology and follow-up coordination, if necessary
  • – Help finding a primary care physician
  • – An insurance consultation with one of our Certified Application Counselors

Schedule an appointment by calling (773) 293-5234

Swedish Covenant Hospital provides integrated, comprehensive health services for women at every stage in their lives.

From adolescence to motherhood, to post-menopausal concerns, our women’s health experts are prepared to address each woman’s unique health needs and provide her with a tailored course of treatment. Our women’s health services include everything from breast health and childbirth to digestive health and treatment for osteoporosis. Learn more about Women’s Health Services at Swedish Covenant Hospital


The Mayora Rosenberg Women’s Health Center, now open on the Swedish Covenant Hospital campus, provides women in our community with access to a full range of health services and resources in one convenient location. Learn more about the Women’s Health Center

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Women's Awareness Council Video

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#BreakingDownWalls News

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    Thanks to all who attended our third meeting of the Women’s Health Awareness Council: Violence Against Women: Exploring Health Care’s Role in Serving Victims of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault. 


    During the lunch on October 30 at Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago, council members discussed the need to combine efforts to tackle violence against women in Chicago, and more globally.

    Violence against women is a global epidemic that affects women of every age, culture and socioeconomic status. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.

    Health care settings are a critical point of intervention for women who face violence at home. Women who are unable or afraid to access other support services may be treated for injuries or illness, creating a confidential, private space for women to speak with an experienced health care provider.

    “Prosecutors cannot do this work alone,” said panelist Jennifer Greene, policy advisor, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. “Domestic violence is a major epidemic in our city. It really does take all of us [to fight it].”

    Also in attendance were Representative Greg Harris (13th district) and panelists: Summar Ghias, STOP-IT Program Coordinator, Salvation Army; Kim Leslie, RN, MS, emergency department clinical director, Swedish Covenant Hospital; and, Laura Washington, columnist, Chicago Sun-Times, who moderated the event.

    If you missed the LiveStream of the meeting, click here.


    And don’t forget to continue the conversation on social media using the hashtag: #BreakingDownWalls


  • Did you know...?

    One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. (National Coalition Against Domestic Violence)

    Join the conversation and help us in our mission of #BreakingDownWalls

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