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Loyola Hospital, formerly Foster G. McGaw Hospital, is located in the center of the Medical Center campus. Parking is available in the north parking garage; valet parking is available at the hospital entrance. A gift shop is on the first floor of the hospital, along with a full-service cafeteria.
Loyola Hospital is a teaching, tertiary-care facility with 561 licensed beds. It has been nationally recognized for its contribution to the study and treatment of cardiovascular disease, perinatal and neonatal disorders, cancer and burn injuries.
The newest addition to the hospital is the Loyola Hospital Tower, a state-of-the-art medical facility that features 12 new operating rooms, 64 private patient rooms and a new design that puts the patient's experience and recovery at the forefront of care.
Specialized facilities include:
- A state-designated Level I trauma center serving western Cook and DuPage counties
- A 21-bed burn center servicing a four-state region
- One of four cranial base tumor centers in the nation
- The Ronald McDonald® Children's Hospital of Loyola, a hospital within Loyola Hospital
- A unique intensive care unit solely for heart transplantation patients and a coronary care unit, with mortality rates for heart bypass surgeries among the lowest in the nation
- A bone marrow transplantation unit
- An aeromedical service that features a "flying emergency room" helicopter that is available 24-hours each day, within a 200-mile radius of the medical center