$61 Million Healthcare Facility Breaks Ground in Orland Park

  October 14, 2015

A $61 million healthcare facility just broke ground in Orland Park, Ill., for the University of Chicago Medicine. The new facility offers more healthcare options for southwest suburban residents.

The project is a 108,000-square-foot ambulatory health care facility and will be the University of Chicago Medicine’s largest off-campus location. Slated for completion in 2016, the four-story multi-use building will include a pharmacy, 80 exam rooms, as well as house services for radiation oncology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, cardiology, pediatrics, women’s health and surgical consulting.

“The new facility will not only offer more healthcare options for the south suburbs but will jumpstart economic development, creating more job opportunities,” said Bowa Construction President and CEO Nosa Ehimwenman. “We are very excited to be a part of this joint venture with Leopardo Companies and look forward to the completion of this project.”

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