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Date:10/10/2007

ving it to you straight."

Northwest Community plans to add a pricing calculator to its website in early 2008 to enable consumers to get estimated healthcare costs before they decide to come to the hospital.

Founded in 1959, Northwest Community Hospital includes the Busse Center for Specialty Medicine, Day Surgery Center, Home Healthcare Services, Mobile Dental Clinic, Schaumburg Imaging Center, Wellness Center, Youth Center, three Treatment Centers and five physician office locations. An experienced team of 1,000 doctors, 4,000 employees and 800 volunteers offers the best in advanced technologies, patient safety, family comfort and compassionate care. The 488-bed hospital in Arlington Heights serves 30,000 inpatients and 370,000 outpatients each year. For the past three years, Northwest Community has been named a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence while ranking No. 1 in Illinois for heart care. The hospital made Fortune magazine's 2006 and 2007 lists of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" and holds the prestigious Magnet Award for nursing excellence.


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