Adventist proposes rehab unit at LaGrange hospital

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Adventist Midwest Health has proposed opening an inpatient rehabilitation unit at its LaGrange hospital to settle state concerns an existing unit at its sister hospital in Hinsdale isn’t accessible to people with disabilities, Crain’s Chicago Business reports.

The Illinois Attorney General’s office began investigating in 2010 after a complaint that a 15-bed unit at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital didn’t meet design standards.

The new rehabilitation unit is expected to cost $2.3 million, according to an application filed with the Illinois Health Facilities Services and Review Board.

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