Parkridge Medical Center will undergo a modernization and renovation project that will be the most significant change in the last 20 years. The project comes as the hospital continues to pursue its mission of delivering high quality healthcare to the community. The $62 million project will take place in two phases and will target the areas of the hospital providing direct patient care.
“We are pleased to have received approval to proceed with the project,” says Darrell Moore, president and CEO of the Parkridge Health System. “The renovations will position Parkridge for continued growth and leverage the latest technology to provide exceptional patient care.” The changes will relocate imaging services from the second floor to a newly constructed first floor addition, update and expand the size of the operating rooms, increase the number of bays in the post-anesthesia care unit, add a new catheterization lab and update the registration and front lobby areas.