Deaf Access Chicago
Chicago Resources
Learn more about Deaf health services in the Chicago area, and
other information for the Deaf community.
Deaf Access Chicago and the Deaf Access ProgramTM.

Use the buttons on the left side of the page to find more information about:

- Deaf Access health services and other health services for the Deaf, including other websites.
- Pages under construction for other Chicago Deaf community information and resources.

Medical information on this website applies to many people in general. Your own health may be different. If you are uncertain, check first with your own doctor.
Sponsored by David Ebert, MD, Medical Director, Deaf Access ProgramTM and Deaf Access Chicago.


Updated November 18 , 2016

Watch for
upcoming classes:


Sponsored by the original Deaf Access ProgramTM primary care services of Dr. David Ebert. 
at the Grand Boulevard office.  
5401 South Wentworth,
(Shopping center at Garfield and I-90/94).

We will be holding classes for Deaf people with diabetes or hypertension. For more information go to the "Health" button at the
upper left, then hit the "Health Classes" button.

Note:  The original Deaf Access ProgramTM primary care services of Dr. David Ebert moved to Access Community Health Network from Mount Sinai Hospital several years ago. The major portion of these primary care services are based in the following Chicago offices of Access Community Health Network, which makes possible a variety of improvements to services:

Grand Boulevard Health and Specialty Center
5401 South Wentworth

Access at Anixter
2020 North Clybourn

New west side Chicago offices:
2653 West Ogden Avenue
   Suite 3B

We're still building this website.  If you are a consumer and would like to nominate a hospital for the accessibility of its inpatient services, please contact us.

If you are a provider of accessible mental health services, please add your name to our list.

Contact us at DeafAccess@DeafAccess







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