January 8, 2018
OR suite expansion completed in Phase 2B of PACU renovation at Edward Hospital
NAPERVILLE, IL— The second phase of Edward-Elmhurst Health’s multi-phase PACU renovation and addition is now complete. Phase 2B includes the addition of two new ORs and their support spaces, bringing the hospital’s total number of ORs to 18. The support space consists of sub-sterile, scrub and stretcher alcoves. The ﬁnal phase of the project, the ambulatory clinic, is scheduled for completion in May 2018.
Edward Hospital is a part of Edward-Elmhurst Health, one of the larger integrated health systems in the state of Illinois. Edward-Elmhurst Health is comprised of three hospitals—Edward, Elmhurst and Linden Oaks Behavioral Health. With annual revenues of more than $1 billion and over 50 outpatient locations across a service area of 1.7 million residents, the system employs nearly 7,500 and has more than 1,900 physicians on staff. In 2005, Edward became the ﬁrst hospital serving DuPage and Will counties to earn Magnet Recognition®, the ultimate credential for excellence in nursing. Edward was re-designated as a Magnet hospital in 2010 and 2014. It was also named a Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital (2016) in the nation by Truven Analytics, as well as ranked among the top 5 percent in the nation (2014 and 2015) by Healthgrades for overall cardiac services.
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April 17, 2019
A Multi-Phase OR/PACU Completed at Edward Hospital