Each of the 64 new private rooms has a large bathroom, flat-screen television, wireless internet access and plenty of natural light through large windows. East-facing rooms offer views of the Chicago skyline and Miller Meadow forest preserve. The rooms have calming colors, and patients have the option of turning down the lighting.And today, another front-page story appears.
Earth, water and sky themes echo throughout the building. In the atrium lobby, water cascades down an 18-foot waterfall. The lobby, finished in natural materials such as white maple and Egyptian limestone, is named for former LUHS Board Chairman Frank W. Considine and his wife, Nancy S. Considine. Their pledged gift helped to create the welcoming area.
Someone may want to talk to their PR department.
Then again, I guess woo sells.
I thought that since you are an electrophysiologist you might find my blog interesting:
I do not want to be too shrill or abrasive. I have benefited from the comments of other physicians and made some suggested changes. I'm wondering if you'd have any constructive criticism - off the record if you like.
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