Chicago-based Northwestern Memorial seeks OK for $73 million project
Chicago Tribune, August 18, 2009
Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago plans to add nearly 90 hospital beds to its main outpatient tower. Northwestern submitted its $73-million proposal to state regulators, and aims to ease a capacity crunch for intensive-care and medical/surgical beds. The project requires the okay of the Illinois Health Facilities Planning Board, which is scheduled to consider the application in January.
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