April 17, 2019
A Multi-Phase OR/PACU Completed at Edward Hospital.
NAPERVILLE, IL—The OR/PACU Project was just occupied by Edward Hospital allowing greater surgical volumes and completely modernizing a significant portion of the Surgery Department. The Work was multi-phased construction while Owner-occupied and fully operational; including a new addition, demolition and interior buildout of a portion of the existing Second Floor of the Hospital on the Naperville Campus. This Project created 25 – Phase One Recovery cubicles (3 of which are Isolation), 10 cubicles for an Ambulatory Clinic, 2 ORs plus shell space for 2 future ORs, CSP Holding, Support Facilities, and new Mechanical Penthouse all in approximately 22,500 square feet of renovation.
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 more than $1 billion and more than 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. Edward became the first hospital serving DuPage and Will counties to earn Magnet Recognition®, the ultimate credential for excel¬lence in nursing. Edward was re-designated as a Magnet hospital twice since it’s initial designation. Edward was also named a Top 50 Hospital in the nation by Truven Analytics, as well as ranked among the top 5 percent in the nation by Healthgrades for overall cardiac services.
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