Northwest Community Healthcare to cut 110 jobs and open four new facilities, including one in Palatine, the Daily Herald reports.
Northwest Community Healthcare plans to open four new facilities, including one in Palatine but cut 3 percent of the hospital’s workforce. 110 jobs, both full- and part-time positions will be cut from the Arlington Heights hospital at 901 West Kirchhoff Road, the Daily Herald reports. The addition of four new suburban facilities is also part of the hospital’s restructuring plans announced Wednesday. Northwest Community Healthcare plans open outpatient treament facilities in Palatine, Arlington Heights and Schaumburg, as well as a physical therapy facility in Mount Prospect. According to the Daily Herald, the four new facilities are to be developed in 2013.
Northwest Community Healthcare has added Palatine's Family Treatment Center to its network.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Northwest Community Healthcare’s Medical Group expanded its network of expert doctors on Tuesday, Jan. 31, by acquiring Family Treatment Center. The addition of the single-site practice gives the NCH Medical Group six locations in the northwest suburbs, a press release stated. Family Treatment Center, which has been operating since 1986, serves approximately 2,500 patients who are 14 years of age and older. With offices in Suite 100 at 500 N. Hicks Road in Palatine, the internal medicine practice consists of Janet Reilly, MD, John Fox, MD, and Evelyn White, MD. The name of the practice will change to NCH Medical Group as of March 1. “Joining the NCH Medical Group strengthens our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients,” …