Naperville, IL, hospital revamp OK'd
Chicago Tribune, February 28, 2008
The second phase of Naperville, IL-based Edward Hospital's $200 million makeover has won approval from the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board. This portion of the project calls for two new floors at a cost of $81 million. The new third floor will have 20 intensive-care unit beds. The fourth floor will have a 38-bed neonatal intensive-care unit with 14 private rooms for premature newborns, as well as two 16-bed nurseries and a family waiting area.
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