U of Illinois hospital system to build $191M Chicago outpatient clinic

Chicago-based University of Illinois Hospital and Health Science System plans to build a $191 million outpatient building on its main campus, according to The Chicago Tribune.

The 200,000-square-foot, six-story outpatient building would house clinics, a pharmacy, imaging services and procedure rooms.

A bridge would connect the outpatient building to its main 462-bed hospital.

The health system said the project would help it "provide selected outpatient services in a more efficient manner than is currently possible, given the hospital’s space constraints," according to the report. 

The project still needs approval from the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board.

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