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posted: 10/2/2013 6:27 PM

Advocate Good Shepherd breaks ground on campus modernization project

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  • This is an artist's rendering of the north side of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital after a modernization that would include making all patient rooms private and relocating them to the north side of the building.

      This is an artist's rendering of the north side of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital after a modernization that would include making all patient rooms private and relocating them to the north side of the building.
    Courtesy of Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital

 
Daily Herald staff report

Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital in Barrington broke ground on its long-awaited campus modernization project Wednesday, according to a news release.

More than 100 attendees were present at the groundbreaking, including politicians, donors, administrators, physicians and associates.

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The project will enhance patient care with private rooms, better technology and more convenient access to inpatient and outpatient services.

"This campus modernization will truly bring Good Shepherd Hospital to the forefront of the community offering patients a quieter, more private setting to heal in with all private rooms," said Karen Lambert, Good Shepherd Hospital president. "Now is our time to shine as we begin this momentous journey in building the hospital of the future."

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