COUNTY THE BOOK LIFE, DEATH AND POLITICS AT CHICAGO'S PUBLIC HOSPITAL

July 2011

The New York Times reviews County

Their Zeal Changed Lives, if Not the System   By ABIGAIL ZUGER, M.D. Published: July 25, 2011   “Man down in the men’s washroom!” This cry is not part of the usual hospital soundtrack, but when Dr. David A. Ansell heard it as he sped down…

Chicago Tribune's Cultural Critic, Julia Keller, Reviews County

Sick and wrong: Chronicle of Chicago's Public Hospital   A doctor's view of Cook County Hospital — and our medical mess Julia Keller CULTURAL CRITIC 9:32 a.m. CDT, July 22, 2011 Forget politics. Just for a moment, assume politics doesn…

Dr. Ansell talks to Helen Kossner, from Oak Park.com

Pain, Poverty and Politics Chicago Style   David Ansell is an intense man. He believes that accessibility to quality healthcare is a moral issue and he ties the inequities of the multi-tiered American system to racism, poverty and lack of medical i…

Dr. David Ansell talks to Leonard Lopate in New York

The Leonard Lopate Show   The doctor, the activist...   David Ansell tells the story of one of America's oldest and most unusual urban hospitals, Chicago's Cook County Hospital—both a renowned teaching hospital and the healthcare provider of last…

Dr. David Ansell talks to Thom Hartmann

Click here to watch the program on line The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann     Dr. Ansell talks about apartheid healthcare in America.      
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