In 1999, Highland Park Hospital merged with NorthShore University HealthSystem and embarked on a six-year renovation and construction project. The campus modernized, reorganized and expanded its facilities—including utilities at the hospital plant. The multi-year, multi-million dollar project provided patients with more services and light-filled spaces for healing.
New construction included a 60,000 square foot Ambulatory Care Center, a new 30,000 square foot central plant, and two parking structures for 1,200 cars. The entry and public lobbies were renovated, and expansions included a new Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Phlebotomy Laboratory, and Cystology/Histology Laboratory. Gastroenterology Labs were remodeled, and Cardiac Surgery Suites were retrofitted. Additional projects included an Outpatient Treatment Center, Kellogg Cancer Care Center, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Women’s Health Center.
Size: 450,000 SF
Stories: 1 to 3
Architect: Eckenhoff Saunders Architects
Developer: Highland Park Hospital