Easy access to the finest healthcare is one of the top features for residents of Lisle and its neighboring communities.
Nearby is the Naperville campus of Edward Hospital, a full-service, regional medical resource that has been recognized as the 10th largest hospital in the Chicagoland area in 2007 by Crain’s Chicago Business. The hospital is equipped with 311 private patient rooms and a total staff of nearly 5,000 employees—which includes more than 900 physicians on the medical staff, representing over 60 medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties. Edward Hospital’s comprehensive list of both inpatient and outpatient services includes everything from cancer care, occupational health, surgical services and women’s health to behavioral health, rehabilitation and emergency care.
Edwards’ Heart Hospital is certainly a significant point of pride. Having opened in 2002, the 71-bed facility has been the recipient of many accolades; most notably is its ranking as #1 for cardiac surgery in the Chicagoland area by HealthGrades in 2005 and its recognition as one of the country’s Top 100 Heart Hospitals for cardiovascular care by Solucient in 2006.
What’s more, Lisle itself is home to an office of the Edward Medical Group, which specializes in the areas of family practice and internal medicine. The office location can be found at 1025 Ogden Avenue.
Another prime option for medical care is through Downers Grove’s Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, which stands as the leading provider of health and wellness services in the western suburbs. The 340-bed facility, which is staffed by more than 2,300 employees and 700 physicians, operates DuPage County’s sole Level I Trauma Center and a nationally recognized Level III Perinatal Center. What’s more, it is noted for its cardiac care, cancer care, women’s and children’s services and surgical offerings.
The hospital is a member of Advocate Healthcare, the largest fully integrated healthcare delivery system in metropolitan Chicago. Advocate is recognized as one of the top 10 health systems in the U.S., treating over one million Chicago-area residents annually.