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South Side Pediatric Asthma Center Resource Line

  • 1-833-327-8462 (phone)

Asthma Resource Line

The South Side Pediatric Asthma Center (SSPAC) is a multi-institution partnership powered by UChicago Medicine’s Urban Health Initiative. The mission of the SSPAC is to improve health outcomes for children with asthma by facilitating access to care, promoting standardized treatment and educating through community engagement and outreach. The SSPAC recently launched an asthma resource line for community members to call to ask questions, learn about asthma-related community resources, and get help connecting to their primary care physician.

 What is the asthma resource line?

The South Side Pediatric Asthma Center resource line is a free number to call for questions about asthma, resources in the community, and to get connected with your doctor.

Who can call the asthma resource line?

  • Anyone with questions about asthma, or asthma resources.
  • A parent who has a child with asthma.
  • Family or someone who knows a person with asthma.

What Does the Resource Line Do?

We give information and help explain things about:

  • Asthma, the symptoms, asthma triggers, medications to man-age asthma, and the asthma action plan.
  • Asthma resources including medical facilities, education materials, and community and national services for asthma.

We do not provide medical advice.

Do You Provide Education Materials?

Yes. We have education materials on:

  • Asthma and Asthma Triggers
  • Asthma Medication Devices
  • Asthma Management

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