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Edward Healthcare Center opens in Plainfield

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Edward Hospital’s growth in Will County continues with the opening of the Edward Healthcare Center at 16519 South Rt. 59 (Rt. 59 and Dayfield Dr.) in Plainfield. The new 22,000 square foot building takes the place of Edward’s location at 15905 Frederick St. in Plainfield. The larger facility means Edward is able to offer more physicians and new services to the residents of the south Plainfield area.

The center will have three primary care physicians from Edward Medical Group, including family medicine specialists Sanjeeb Khatua, MD; Lilia Protaziuk, MD and Bob William, MD. Patients can receive primary care at this location seven days a week.

New services include Physical Therapy, Lab and Imaging (digital mammography, X-ray and ultrasound).

An official ribbon cutting with the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce will be held Thurs., September 20 at 11:30AM and a community open house will be held Sat., September 22, 10AM – noon.

Edward also provides services to residents of Plainfield and surrounding communities on its 60-acre Edward Plainfield campus, located at 127th St. and Van Dyke Rd. Over the last year, 96,000 patients have been treated at the site’s 24/7 Emergency Room, Cancer Center, Outpatient Center, Edward Medical Group offices and Plainfield Surgery Center.

For more information, call (630) 646-5020 or visit www.edward.org/plainfield.

 

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