Chicago Police DepartmentSpecial Order S06-08
Approved Medical Facilities
Issue Date:16 October 2018Effective Date:16 October 2018
Rescinds:01 May 2018 Version
Index Category:Processing Persons
I.Purpose
This directive:
  • A.lists medical facilities:
    • 1.designated by the Illinois Department of Public Health as approved to provide emergency room services as part of the State of Illinois Emergency Medical Services System.
    • 2.designated by the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) Division of Mental Health as the mental health intake facilities approved to provide emergency mental health evaluation, treatment, or hospitalization for patients transported by Department members.
    • 3.designated to provide the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS) non-emergency initial health screening for juveniles to be turned over to the custody of IDCFS.
  • B.lists the IDHS state-operated mental health centers.
II.Approved Medical Facilities
  • A.Procedures for all persons in need of medical treatment transported by Department members.
    • 1.Department members transporting an arrestee or other person not under arrest to an emergency room for medical treatment will transport them to the nearest approved facility listed in Items II-D, E, or F of this directive.
      NOTE:
      If a trauma center and a comprehensive care hospital are approximately equidistant, the transport will be made to the trauma centers listed in Items II-D or E of this directive based on the age of the individual transported.
    • 2.If an ambulance does the transport, the arrestee or other person not under arrest will be transported to the medical facilities deemed appropriate by the responding ambulance personnel.
    • 3.The assigned Department members will follow the procedures outlined in the Department directives entitled “Hospitalized Arrestees,” “Miscellaneous Incident Reporting Procedures,” and “Restraining Arrestees” as appropriate.
  • B.If an approved medical facility refuses to accept or provide treatment for a patient brought in by a Department member, the member will follow the procedures outlined in the Department directive entitled “Liaison with Hospitals, Detoxification Facilities, and Mental Health Facilities.”
  • C.Department members assigned to designated districts bordering on the suburbs or Indiana will be responsible for responding to service requests that require a preliminary investigation from hospitals that may not be included in this directive, consistent with the Department directives entitled “Communication Systems and Devices” and “Preliminary Investigations.”
  • D.Adult Trauma Centers

     Advocate Christ Medical Center
     Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
     Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
     John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
     Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
     Northwestern Memorial Hospital
     Saint Francis Hospital of Evanston
     University of Chicago Hospital
  • E.Pediatric Trauma Centers (Persons 15 Years of Age and Younger)
     Advocate Christ Medical Center
     Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
    *  Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
     John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
     Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
     Saint Francis Hospital of Evanston
     University of Chicago Hospital
  • F.Comprehensive Care Hospitals
     Advocate Trinity Hospital
     Franciscan Saint Margaret Health
     Holy Cross Hospital
     Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center  Little Company of Mary Hospital
    *  Loretto Hospital
     MacNeal Hospital
     Mercy Hospital and Medical Center
     MetroSouth Medical Center
     Norwegian American Hospital
    *  Our Lady of the Resurrection Med. Cntr.
     Provident Hospital of Cook County
     Resurrection Medical Center
     Roseland Community Hospital
     Rush University Medical Center
     Saint Anthony Hospital
     Saint Bernard Hospital
     Saint Joseph Hospital
     Saint Mary and Saint Elizabeth Medical Center
    *  South Shore Hospital
     Swedish Covenant Hospital
    *  Thorek Hospital and Medical Center
     University of Chicago Hospital  University of Ill. Hospital and Health Sciences System
     Weiss Memorial Hospital
     West Suburban Hospital Medical Center

    *Not an obstetrics facility
III.Designated Mental Health Intake Facilities
  • A.Arrestees and persons not under arrest brought to the facilities identified in Item III of this directive by Department members will be accepted at any time on a no-decline basis.
    • 1.If the facility refuses to evaluate the patient, the Department member at the facility will request through the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) that a supervisor respond to the facility.
    • 2.The responding supervisor will request that the patient be evaluated. If the facility still refuses, the supervisor will notify the watch operations lieutenant.
    • 3.The watch operations lieutenant will determine the next course of action if the issue cannot be resolved at the scene.
    • 4.If a designated mental health intake facility refuses to accept or provide treatment for a patient brought in by a Department member, the member will follow the procedures outlined in the Department directive entitled “Liaison with Hospitals, Detoxification Facilities, and Mental Health Facilities.”
  • B.ARRESTEE PROCEDURES
    Procedures for arrestees charged with misdemeanors, ordinance violations, felonies, or offenses requiring a judge’s bond and in need of mental health evaluation, treatment, or hospitalization. The assigned Department members will:
  • C.NON-ARRESTEE PROCEDURES
    Procedures for persons not under arrest needing mental health evaluation, treatment, or hospitalization.
    • 1.The assigned Department members will:
      • a.transport him or her to the designated mental health intake facilities listed in the tables in Items III-E or F of this directive based on the age of the non-arrestee and the district of occurrence. Non-arrestee adults will be transported according to the table in Item III-E using the “Charge Type” categories of “All” or “Misdemeanor or Ordinance Violations.”
      • b.follow the procedures outlined in the Department directive entitled “Responding to Incidents Involving Persons in Need of Mental Health Treatment” including completing and submitting any required petitions and reports, if applicable.
    • 2.Whenever possible, prior to transporting a violent arrestee or a person not under arrest requiring mental evaluation, treatment, or hospitalization, Department members will request the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) notify the receiving facility of the impending arrival. If no telephone extension number is indicated, ask the facility switchboard operator for the “Adult Psychiatric Intake.”
    • 3.If the mental health intake facility determines that the person not under arrest is in need of state-operated hospitalization, that mental health intake facility will be responsible for transporting the patient to the IDHS state-operated mental health center.
  • D.Transports by Department members to the IDHS state-operated mental health centers identified in Item III-G of this directive will only be done in the following instances:
  • E.Adults (Male and Female)
    District(s) Charge TypeFacility Name
    001 and 018All  Northwestern Memorial Hospital
    002, 003, and 007All  Saint Bernard Hospital
    004, 005, 006All  Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center
    004, 005, 006, 007, 022Not under Arrest and CPD transport only  Cook County Community Triage Center
    200 E. 115th Street
    008 and 022All  Holy Cross Hospital
    008, 009, 010, 011, and 012All  Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
    009 and 012All  St. Anthony Hospital
    010, 011, 014, 015, and 025Not under Arrest and CPD transport only  Westside Community Triage and Wellness Center
    014 and 025Misdemeanor or Ordinance Violations  Swedish Covenant Hospital - Project Impact
    014, 016, 017, and 025Felony/ Misdemeanor Requiring Judge’s Bond  St. Mary and St. Elizabeth Medical Center
    015All  Loretto Hospital
    020All  Chicago Lakeshore Hospital
    019 and 024All  Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
    NOTE:
    The Cook County Community Triage Center (CTC) or the Westside Community Triage and Wellness Center (WCTWC) accept adult walk-in and Department-transported individuals who are NOT under arrest and in need of a crisis behavioral health assessment (mental health and substance abuse) and referral services. The CTC and WCTWC will serve as alternative facilities for treating adults living with mental illness, adults living with substance abuse disorders, and those with co-occurring conditions as opposed to hospital Emergency Rooms. The CTC and WCTWC will serve as a resource for Department members who encounter adult individuals who are in crisis.
  • F.Minors (Male and Female)
    For mental health purposes and for the purpose of this directive, the Illinois Department of Human Services Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code (405 ILCS 5/1-117) defines “Minor” as a person under 18 years of age.
    District(s)Charge TypeGender/Age Facility Name
    014, 017, 018, 019, 020, and 024ALLMale and FemaleUnder the age of 18  Chicago Lakeshore Hospital - The Children's Pavilion
    007, 009, 010, and 015ALLMale and FemaleUnder the age of 18  Hartgrove Hospital
    001, 002, 011, and 012ALLMale and FemaleUnder the age of 18  Garfield Park Hospital
    003, 004, 005, 006, and 022ALLMale and FemaleUnder the age of 18  Roseland Community Hospital Adolescent Behavioral Unit
    008, 016, and 025ALLMale and FemaleUnder the age of 18  Riveredge Hospital
    NOTE:
    Whenever possible, prior to transporting a minor in need of mental evaluation, treatment, or hospitalization, Department members will request that OEMC notify the receiving facility of the impending arrival.
  • G.Local IDHS State-Operated Mental Health Centers
    • 1.For the purpose of this directive, there are two IDHS state-operated mental health centers:
      • a.  Chicago-Read Mental Health Center
      • b.  Madden Mental Health Center
    • 2.Transports to the IDHS state-operated mental health centers will only be allowed in instances outlined in Item III-D of this directive.
IV.IDCFS Initial Health Screening
  • A.Policy
    • 1.Whenever a juvenile will be turned over to IDCFS and a transport to a hospital for nonemergency medical treatment or health evaluation is required, Department members will transport the juvenile to the approved Initial Health Screening Provider (IHSP) listed in Item IV-B of this directive:
      • a.if the IHSP is located within the district of occurrence, or
      • b.if the IHSP is located in a district adjacent to the district of occurrence, with a supervisor’s approval.
    • 2.If the IHSP is not located within the district or in an adjacent district to the district of occurrence, members will transport the juvenile for non-emergency medical treatment or health evaluation to the nearest approved medical facility listed in Items II-D, E, or F of this directive.
  • B.Initial Health Screening Providers (IHSP)

    **  Children’s Reception Center
     John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
    **  La Rabida Children’s Hospital
    *  Loretto Hospital
     Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
     Provident Hospital of Cook County
     Roseland Community Hospital
    **  Saint Anthony Hospital

    **Preferred IHSP
Authenticated by: KC
Eddie T. Johnson
Superintendent of Police
18-085 RWN
PHONE BOOK:
1.
Advocate Christ Medical Center
4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL
2.
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
836 W. Wellington Ave.
773-769-6200
3.
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
1775 W. Dempster St. Park Ridge, IL
4.
John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
1969 W. Ogden St.
5.
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
1500 S. California Ave.
773-542-2000
6.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
250 E. Erie St.
312-908-8100
7.
Saint Francis Hospital of Evanston
355 Ridge Ave. Evanston, IL
8.
University of Chicago Hospital
901 E. 58th St.
9.
Advocate Christ Medical Center
4440 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn, IL
10.
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
1775 W. Dempster St. Park Ridge, IL
11.
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
225 E. Chicago Avenue
1-800-543-7362
12.
John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
1969 W. Ogden St.
13.
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
1500 S. California Ave.
773-542-2000
14.
Saint Francis Hospital of Evanston
355 Ridge Ave. Evanston, IL
15.
University of Chicago Hospital
901 E. 58th St.
16.
Advocate Trinity Hospital
2320 E. 93rd St.
17.
Franciscan Saint Margaret Health
5454 Homan Ave. Hammond, IN
18.
Holy Cross Hospital
2701 W. 68th St.
19.
Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center
7531 S. Stony Island Ave.
773-947-3000
20.
Little Company of Mary Hospital
2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park
21.
Loretto Hospital
645 S. Central Ave.
773-626-4300
22.
MacNeal Hospital
3249 S. Oak Park Ave. Berwyn, IL
23.
Mercy Hospital and Medical Center
2525 S. Michigan Ave.
24.
MetroSouth Medical Center
12935 S. Gregory St. Blue Island
25.
Norwegian American Hospital
1044 N. Francisco Ave.
26.
Our Lady of the Resurrection Med. Cntr.
5645 W. Addison St.
27.
Provident Hospital of Cook County
500 E. 51th St.
28.
Resurrection Medical Center
7435 W. Talcott Ave.
29.
Roseland Community Hospital
45 W. 111th St.
30.
Rush University Medical Center
1653 W. Congress Pkwy
31.
Saint Anthony Hospital
2875 W. 19th St.
773-484-1000
32.
Saint Bernard Hospital
326 W. 64th St.
773-962-4020
33.
Saint Joseph Hospital
2900 N. Lake Shore Dr
34.
Saint Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
2233 W. Division St.
312-770-2000
35.
South Shore Hospital
8012 S. Crandon Ave.
36.
Swedish Covenant Hospital
5145 N. California Ave.
37.
Thorek Hospital and Medical Center
850 W. Irving Park Rd
38.
University of Chicago Hospital
901 E. 58th St.
39.
University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System
1740 W. Taylor St.
40.
Weiss Memorial Hospital
4646 N. Marine Dr
41.
West Suburban Hospital Medical Center
518 N. Austin Blvd. Oak Park, IL
42.
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
250 E. Erie St.
312-908-8100
43.
Saint Bernard Hospital
326 W. 64th St.
773-962-4020
44.
Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center
7531 S. Stony Island Ave.
773-947-3000
45.
Cook County Community Triage Center
200 E 115th Street
773-291-2500
24 hours
46.
Holy Cross Hospital
2701 W. 68th St.
47.
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
1500 S. California Ave.
773-542-2000
48.
Saint Anthony Hospital
2875 W. 19th St.
773-484-1000
49.
Westside Community Triage and Wellness Center
4133 W. Madison
773-745-2620
50.
Swedish Covenant Hospital - Project Impact
2738 W. Foster
773-878-8200
51.
Saint Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
2233 W. Division St.
312-770-2000
52.
Loretto Hospital
645 S. Central Ave.
773-626-4300
53.
Chicago Lakeshore Hospital
4840 N. Marine Dr.
773-878-9700
54.
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
836 W. Wellington Ave.
773-769-6200
55.
Chicago Lakeshore Hospital - The Children's Pavilion
4720 N. Clarendon
773-878-9700
56.
Hartgrove Hospital
5730 W. Roosevelt Rd
773-413-1700
57.
Garfield Park Hospital
520 N. Ridgeway Ave.
733-265-3700
58.
Roseland Community Hospital
45 W. 111th St.
59.
Riveredge Hospital
8311 W. Roosevelt Rd Forest Park, IL
708-209-4181
60.
Chicago-Read Mental Health Center
4200 N. Oak Park Ave Chicago, IL 60634
773-794-4000
61.
Madden Mental Health Center
1200 S. First Ave Hines, IL 60141
708-338-7400
62.
Children’s Reception Center
Call for Location
1-877-692-8686
63.
John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of C.C.
1969 W. Ogden St.
64.
La Rabida Children’s Hospital
E. 65th St. at Lake Michigan 6501 S Promontory Dr Chicago, IL 60649
773-363-6700
65.
Loretto Hospital
645 S. Central Ave.
773-626-4300
66.
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Center
1500 S. California Ave.
773-542-2000
67.
Provident Hospital of Cook County
500 E. 51th St.
68.
Roseland Community Hospital
45 W. 111th St.
69.
Saint Anthony Hospital
2875 W. 19th St.
773-484-1000