Talk:Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Blatant Advertisement[edit]

This article reads like an advertisement, and should be rewritten completely, else it will be nominated as an Article for Deletion. That would be a pity, since the hospital itself is a worthy institute. You may look at the article on the Johns Hopkins Hospital for encyclopedic content. --Seejyb 22:56, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Ric logo.gif[edit]

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Sports Program[edit]

Absolutely agree that article needs to be totally written. One point others may miss: RIC has a major sports program, including a Paralympic Sports Club where 50+ US team members (and many medalists) have trained. I came to this article while editing Sandy Dukat. http://www.ric.org/resources/fitness/, http://www.ric.org/resources/fitness/sportsprograms/paralympicservices/