Edward Hospital and Health Services

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Edward Hospital and Health Services
Edward Hospital and Health Services

Edward Hospital and Health Services (Edward Hospital Services Corporation), regularly alluded to as “Edward”, is a noteworthy healthcare supplier situated in southwest rural Naperville, DuPage County, Illinois. The present President and Chief Executive Officer is Bill Kottmann, dynamic since January 2017 supplanting long-term President and CEO Pamela Meyer Davis who started her position in 1988.

Edward serves the occupants of Chicago’s west and southwest rural areas, including Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Channahon, Crest Hill, Downers Grove, Glen Ellyn, Homer Glen, Joliet, Lemont, Lisle, Lockport, Minooka, Montgomery, North Aurora, Oswego, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Sugar Grove, Warrenville, Wheaton, Winfield, Woodridge, and Yorkville.

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The fundamental grounds is situated at 801 S. Washington Street, Naperville, IL.

History[edit]

Edward Sanitorium[edit]

Established by Eudora Hull Gaylord Spalding in 1907 as a commemoration to her significant other Edward Gaylord, the Edward Sanitorium was one of the primary treatment communities for tuberculosis in the Great Lakes district and turned into a model for other such focuses in the nation.[1]

In 1920, a fire devastated the Sanitorium’s primary building. Another, flame resistant structure was worked at the cost of $150,000. The Sanitorium prospered in the 1930s, thanks partially to the help of Joy Morton, the proprietor of the Morton Salt Company and the originator of The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois.

As the tuberculosis pandemic died down, Edward turned its thoughtfulness regarding other more critical group health needs.

Edward Hospital, 1955– 1987[edit]

On October 1, 1955, Edward Sanitorium formally revived its entryways as Edward Hospital, an intense care office with 45 beds. The doctor’s facility’s first patient was 23-month-old Frederich Maurer, Jr., who was acquired after he was kicked by a steed.

Edward turned into an open, impose bolstered element in 1959. As the Naperville, Illinois people group developed, Edward extended, including quiet care units and giving patients further developed innovation. In 1962, the doctor’s facility extended to 110 beds with best in class every single electric bed, a medical caretaker call correspondence framework and funneled in oxygen. Only five years after the fact, in 1967, Edward developed to 133 beds with a $620,000 expansion to the principle building.

By 1981, Edward had 162 patient quaint little inns doctors. Eugene Morris, leader of the clinic since 1959, resigned. In the next years, Edward turned down merger, procurement and administration offers from contending Chicago zone doctor’s facilities and stayed free. In 1984, Edward turned into a private, non-benefit association.

Edward Hospital, 1988– today[edit]

In 1988, the entry of Pamela Meyer (now Pam Davis) as president and CEO denoted the start of a time of emotional and nonstop development and advancement at Edward Hospital. From that point forward, Edward Hospital advanced into Edward Health Services Corporation in the 1990s and, now, Edward Hospital and Health Services.

The primary real move under Davis was the opening of Edward Health and Fitness Center on the Naperville grounds, the principal medically based wellness focus in DuPage County, Illinois. (A moment Edward Health and Fitness Center, in Woodridge, opened in 1997.)

In 1990, Edward presented an extensive cardiovascular medicine program, offering open heart surgery, indicative administrations and heart restoration. The state’s first detached outpatient heart focus, the Edward Cardiovascular Institute, opened in 1993 and in 1998, Edward turned into the principal healthcare office in DuPage County to screen individuals for coronary illness utilizing Electron Beam CT calcium scoring (Ultra Fast Heart Scan).

The 1990s additionally observed the opening of the Edward Cancer Center, extension of the crisis division, opening of Edward Healthcare Centers in Bolingbrook, Illinois and Naperville, the obtaining of Linden Oaks Hospital (a full-benefit behavioral health office) and the opening of the Center for Surgery in Naperville.

Likewise, in 1992, Edward turned into the primary healing center in Illinois to offer all private patient rooms, one of numerous advancements in quiet care and client benefit for which Edward has turned out to be known. Others incorporate creature helped treatment, mending expressions, attendant service and valet stopping.

Present day Healthcare magazine perceived the staggering development in 1998 by naming Edward as the 34th quickest developing doctor’s facility in the U.S. what’s more, quickest developing in Illinois. In 1999, Edward reaffirmed those rankings with a “Development Zone” declaration for its 50-section of land (20 ha) Naperville grounds a $90 million redesign and extension venture to guarantee fantastic healthcare for a quickly developing group. Throughout the following couple of years, the undertaking brought about extended outpatient administrations, extended ladies’ imaging administrations, new working spaces for negligibly intrusive methodology, new mother/child suites, and a four-story Education Center and a 900-space parking structure.

Since 2000, the pace and extent of development has expanded. Edward opened the primary pediatric crisis office in DuPage County, and furthermore accomplished a Level III assignment for its neonatal emergency unit, largest amount of care in Illinois in 2000. Furthermore, in 2004, it extended its crisis office by another 56,000-square-foot (5,200 m2) to take into consideration yearly development in the quantity of crisis visits and more private and proficient triage and treatment zones for patients.

In 2002, the 71-bed Edward Heart Hospital opened (the first of its kind in Illinois) and fortified Edward as a national pioneer in complex cardiovascular care. That notoriety was additionally improved in 2005 when HealthGrades positioned Edward #1 for heart surgery in the Chicago region and again in 2006 when Edward was named a Solucient Top 100 Hospital for cardiovascular care.[2]

In 2005 the Edward Cancer Center opened. The 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) office multiplied the past space accessible for medical oncology and radiation treatment.

Additionally in 2005, Edward turned into the main healing facility serving DuPage and Will Counties to accomplish the Magnet assignment for nursing excellence.[3] At the time, just two percent of the country’s 6,000 clinics had been perceived with the respect by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. 2006 saw Edward extend access to advantageous, fantastic healthcare in Plainfield with the opening of the Edward Plainfield Outpatient Center, a 100,000-square-foot (9,300 m2) office that gives Immediate Care, imaging administrations and group Wellness classes and occasions to the inhabitants of one of the quickest developing zones in Illinois. Edward Sleep Center and Edward regulatory workplaces opened on Diehl Road in Warrenville too.

The Edward Plainfield Outpatient Center is situated on the 60-section of land (24 ha) Edward Plainfield grounds, which is additionally the site of a Medical Office Building (opened in 2006) and the future home to Edward Plainfield Hospital (looking for endorsement to fabricate), Plainfield Surgery Center (2008) and Edward Plainfield Cancer Center (2009).

Linden Oaks at Edward started 2007 with the opening of Arabella House, an eight-bed private care home for ladies with dietary problems. The home enables patients to move once again into “this present reality,” from care in a doctor’s facility setting back to family, home, work, school. Likewise in 2007, Edward reported plans for an almost $200 million “makeover” on its Naperville grounds that will bring about overhauled OB benefits, remodeled and extended surgical administrations, new cardiovascular cath limit and a work out of another three-story expansion to Edward Heart Hospital. Edward shut 2007 by finishing a $49.7 million, three-story, 76,000-square-foot (7,100 m2), 42-bed expansion to the Edward Heart Hospital building. The development incorporates 28 beds for medical/surgical patients and 14 beds for emergency unit.

Edward was positioned as the tenth biggest clinic in the Chicago zone by Crain’s Chicago Business in 2007, is the biggest boss in Naperville and is the busiest doctor’s facility in DuPage County for inpatient releases, births and crisis visits, as indicated by the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council.

In 2008, Edward’s development in the southwest rural areas proceeded with the openings of the Plainfield Surgery Center on the Edward Plainfield grounds and Edward Healthcare Center in Oswego. On the Naperville grounds, Edward tended to the expanded interest for administrations with the consummation of a two-story, 360-space expansion toward the South Parking Deck.

Edward Cancer Center commenced RapidArc, radiation treatment innovation that treats patients up to eight times quicker than ordinary or helical IMRT conveyance frameworks.

Today, Edward Hospital and Health Services is a full-benefit, provincial healthcare supplier. Starting at 2016, Edward Hospital has 354 private patient rooms and 7,700 representatives, including 1,340 attendants and a medical staff of more than 1,900 doctors, speaking to almost 100 medical and surgical claims to fame and subspecialties. Ninety-eight percent of Edward’s doctors are board certified.[4] [5]

Edward likewise gives imaging innovation, care for basically sick babies, insignificantly obtrusive surgery, most current clinical trials and behavioral health benefits through Linden Oaks at Edward.

 

In July 2013, Edward Hospital merged with Elmhurst Memorial Hospital to create a new healthcare system currently called Edward-Elmhurst Health.

“Very good hospital, everyone is caring and nice. I would rate Edward Hospital 5 stars.”
Anonymous Patient, Edward Hospital
Locations[edit]
Bolingbrook[edit]
Edward Healthcare Center (130 N. Weber Road Bolingbrook, IL 60440)[6]
Edward Medical Group (130 N. Weber Road, Suite 100 & 112 Bolingbrook, IL 60440)
Crest Hill[edit]
Edward Medical Group (16151 Weber Rd, Suite 201 Crest Hill, IL 60403) [7]
Lisle[edit]
Edward Medical Group (1025 Ogden Avenue Lisle, IL 60532)[8]
Naperville[edit]
Naperville Campus (801 S. Washington Street Naperville, IL 60540)[9]
Edward Hospital
Heart Hospital
Edward Health & Fitness Center
Cancer Center
Diabetes Center
Edward Medical Group
Linden Oaks Hospital at Edward
Naperville Off-Campus
Linden Oaks[10] (1250 Mill Street Naperville, IL 60563)
Edward Healthcare Center (2007 95th St. Naperville, IL 60565)
Edward Medical Group (95th St. Naperville, IL)
Edward Medical Group (1220 Hobson Road, Suite 104 Naperville, IL 60540)
Woman’s Imaging Center (1220 Hobson Road, Suite 124 Naperville, IL 60540)
The Center for Surgery (475 E. Diehl Road Naperville, IL 60540)
Oswego[edit]
Edward Healthcare Center (Orchard Rd. & Rt. 34 (US Highway 34) Oswego, IL 60543)[11]
Edward Medical Group (Orchard Rd. & Rt. 34 (US Highway 34) Oswego, IL 60543)
Plainfield[edit]
Plainfield Campus (24600 W. 127th Street Plainfield, IL 60585)[12]
Plainfield Outpatient Center
Plainfield Surgery Center
Edward Medical Group
Plainfield Off-Campus (Renwick east of Rt. 59)
Edward Healthcare Center (15905 Frederick Street Plainfield, IL 60544)
Edward Medical Group (15905 Frederick Street, Suite 105 Plainfield, IL 60586)
Sandwich[edit]
Edward Medical Group (1 E. County Line Road Sandwich, IL 60548)[13]
Warrenville[edit]
Edward Sleep Center (27555 Diehl Road Warrenville, IL 60555)[14]
Woodridge[edit]
Edward Health & Fitness Center (Seven Bridges) (6600 S. Route 53 Woodridge, IL 60517)[15]
Yorkville[edit]
Edward Healthcare Center (76 West Countryside Parkway, Suite 1 Yorkville, IL 60560)[16]
Edward Medical Group (76 West Countryside Parkway Yorkville, IL 60560)
System Leadership[edit]
Pam Davis — System CEO
Bobbie Byrne, MD — System Vice President/Chief Information Officer
Brian Davis — System Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer
Annette Kenney — System Vice President, Strategy & Business Development
Bill Kottmann — System Vice President, Physician Ambulatory Network Development
Mary Lou Mastro — President/CEO, Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare
Susan Mitchell — System Executive Vice President, Human Resources
Chris Mollet — System Executive Vice President, General Counsel
Vince Pryor — System Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Board of Trustees (2015)[edit]
The following people comprise the Board of Trustees for Edward-Elmhurst Health:[17]

Ron Schubel
Chair
David Atchison
Vice chair
Joseph Beatty
David Brueggen
Pam Davis
Joe DePaulo
Brian Hagan
Thomas Kloet
Mary Kay LaDone
Rocco Martino
Timothy Rivelli
Ronald Nyberg
Robert Platt

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