Elmhurst (Illinois) Hospital opened in 1926 as a single building with 85 beds and a mission: “To enhance the health of the communities and customers we serve.”
Today, the hospital’s 50-acre main campus boasts a state-of-the-art hospital that opened its doors in June 2011, as well as medical office buildings and other amenities. With 866,000 square feet, the hospital has 259 private inpatient suites, and offers full-service acute health care, including a Level II trauma center, surgical suites, and a family birthing center. The main campus is also home to the Elmhurst Memorial Center for Health/William and Carol Parrillo Building, a 178,000-square-foot, 4-story facility that houses physician offices and outpatient healthcare services, including outpatient surgical suites; and an 80,000-square-foot Medical Office Building, with a second identical facility planned for the opposite end of the campus in the future. All buildings are connected via walkways for patient ease for office visits, diagnostic tests, and inpatient or outpatient treatment.
In addition to the main campus, Elmhurst Hospital serves Chicago’s western suburbs with facilities throughout the area.