Loyola University Health System acquiring Illinois hospital
Chicago Tribune, January 30, 2008
Loyola University Health System has announced that it will take over the 250-bed Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, IL, as well as related facilities on the hospital's campus. Loyola's $90 million merger with Gottlieb will result in an extension of Loyola's more specialized care to the Gottlieb Memorial and fill Gottlieb's unused beds, said Loyola representatives.
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