Health care professionals from a broad range of specialties are easily accessible in and around Villa Park. Whether you’re searching for a pediatrician or a general practitioner, a chiropractor or a dentist, the medical office that fits your needs can be found close by.
In 2013, the merger of Edward Hospital and Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare created one of the larger integrated health systems in Illinois. The resulting Edward-Elmhurst Health is made up of three hospitals: Edward Hospital, Elmhurst Hospital, and Linden Oaks Behavioral Health.
Located in Naperville, Edward Hospital is a full-service health care provider. The 352 private patient rooms are staffed by a highly-skilled medical team, including nationally-recognized nurses. Magnet Recognition®, the highest credential for excellence in nursing, was first earned by Edward Hospital in 2005. Since then, the hospital’s nurses have been re-designated in 2010, and again in 2014. Only seven percent of the 6,000 hospitals in the U.S. receive Magnet status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Elmhurst Hospital was rebuilt from the ground up in 2011.
In addition to the 866,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art building, the hospital has also built a renowned reputation for patient-centered care. In 2015, Elmhurst Hospital earned Magnet Recognition®, acknowledging their superior quality of nursing. This title follows the hospital’s prestigious honor of achieving Planetree Distinction in 2013, placing them in the company of one of seven hospitals in the world to be recognized for their patient-centered care.
Through their combined resources, Edward-Elmhurst Health offers comprehensive health care for 1.7 million residents across communities in the west and southwest suburbs, with more than 1,900 physicians on staff in nearly 100 medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties. In addition to the quality of care, Edward-Elmhurst also offers the convenience of more than 50 outpatient locations.
Edward-Elmhurst is, “Healthy Driven … keeping your health moving forward as far down the road as humanly possible.”