President of the Healthcare Consortium of Illinois
Salim Al Nurridin is the Chief Executive Officer of the Healthcare Consortium of Illinois (formerly known as the Southside Health Consortium). As a founder of the organization, he has worked for the past 25 years, to advocate for quality healthcare services. Under his
leadership, the Consortium began with three employees, and to date, there are more than 150 employees.
He is an activist for humanity and brings “passion” to everything he touches. His service includes participation with the following organizations and causes: Roseland Community Hospital Board of Directors, Chicago Asthma Consortium, Greater Roseland Area Planning Commission, Illinois Public Health Association, Cook County Illinois State Committee on Abuse & Neglect, Southland Ministerial Health Network, Roseland Cease Fire, Sickle Cell Association, Illinois County Care, Secretary General for Mosque of Umar, Inc., Governor Quinn’s Muslim American Advisory Council; among many others. See more at :