Evanston Hospital is a 354-bed, teaching hospital with a Level I trauma center, Neurological Institute, women’s hospital, Kellogg Cancer Center and cardiovascular care center. Other specialty areas offered include: neonatal intensive care unit and pediatrics. The hospital also has an OR pharmacy, home infusion pharmacy and compounds parenteral nutrition for all four hospital sites. Evanston Hospital has been awarded and recognized for quality patient care and safety.
Glenbrook Hospital is a 173-bed, teaching hospital that specializes in orthopedic surgery, neurology, general medicine, and cardiac care. The hospital is a Level II trauma center with a brand new emergency department that has been ranked No.1 in the nation for patient satisfaction. Glenbrook Hospital also offers services in oncology at the Kellogg Cancer Center and pharmacist-run anticoagulation clinics with a new ambulatory care center, opened in 2012.
Highland Park Hospital
Highland Park Hospital is a 149-bed, non-teaching community hospital offering general medicine, women’s health, and dialysis services with ambulatory surgery and outpatient clinics. Highland Park’s Kellogg Cancer Center provides the most comprehensive subspecialty care in Lake County. The hospital is also home to new stroke and wound care centers, and has a newly renovated Emergency Room.
Skokie Hospital is a 156-bed, general medical and surgical teaching hospital. It is a Level II trauma center and named Top 100 Cardiovascular Hospitals in the nation for cardiology and heart surgery programs. Other specialty areas of Skokie Hospital include orthopedics, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, and ENT (ear, nose, and throat), with a new Ambulatory Care Center, opened in 2012. The hospital also has an OR/critical care pharmacy and pharmacist managed anticoagulation clinic.