Located Just Across The Boulevard From The Hospital Itself, The New $11 Million, 13,800 Square Foot Center Will Have Three Operating Rooms, And Nine Recovery Rooms, According To Ruth Colby, The Hospital's Chief Strategy Officer.

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Stakes and construction equipment mark the site of a new ambulatory surgery center that will be constructed on former farmland by Silver Cross Hospital on the southwest corner of Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard in New Lenox, across the street from the main hospital. (Susan DeMar Lafferty / Daily Southtown) Privacy Policy Evidence of a rapidly expanding health care industry is apparent at the southwest corner of Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard in New Lenox , officials said. The former farmland, once owned by New Lenox School District 122 for a potential school campus, will become the site of a new outpatient surgical center for Silver Cross Hospital. The school district sold its 58 acres by public auction in March to Silver Cross, the sole bidder at $6 million, doubling the price it paid for it over 10 years ago. Located just across the boulevard from the hospital itself, the new $11 million, 13,800 square foot center will have three operating rooms, and nine recovery rooms, according to Ruth Colby, the hospital's chief strategy officer. Susan DeMar Lafferty / Daily Southtown Stakes mark the site of a new ambulatory surgery center that will be constructed by Silver Cross Hospital on the southwest corner of Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard in New Lenox, across the street from the main hospital. Silver Cross bought 58 acres of farmland from New Lenox School District 122 for $6 million. Stakes mark the site of a new ambulatory surgery center that will be constructed by Silver Cross Hospital on the southwest corner of Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard in New Lenox, across the street from the main hospital. Silver Cross bought 58 acres of farmland from New Lenox School District 122 for $6 million. (Susan DeMar Lafferty / Daily Southtown) Since Silver Cross relocated and built a new hospital in New Lenox opening five years ago at the crossroads of Interstates 80 and 355 at 1900 silver Cross boulevard it has exceeded everyone's expectations, and continues to grow, Colby said, adding that they have started many new programs to meet customer needs and will have another "big announcement" later this month. The hospital's operating rooms are now "very full" and more and more surgeries are done on an outpatient basis, driven in part by insurance companies, she said, noting that building the new surgery center was less expensive than expanding the hospital's existing OR, estimated to cost $29.3 million.

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