Illinois

Oak Forest Hospital



Oak Forest Hospital is a specialty hospital located on a spacious 340-acre campus in Oak Forest, Illinois. This long-term setting with over 600 beds complements the tertiary care services of Cook County Hospital and the community services of Provident Hospital. With the specializations in long-term care, chronic disease and rehabilitation services, Oak Forest Hospital provides a crucial link in the Bureau of Health Services continuum of care.

OFH is accredited by JCAHO and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). It is closely affiliated with three suburban clinics operated by the Ambulatory and Community Health Network and is home to Oak Forest Ambulatory Center specialty clinics. Oak Forest was one of the first hospitals in the state to establish a program for ventilator-dependent individuals.

Oak Forest offers a range of care for adults, including skilled nursing care, acute care, sub-acute care, and comprehensive rehabilitation and ventilator units. Specialty programs include palliative and AIDS units, as well as brain injury rehabilitation, pain management and vocational services. The rehabilitation unit provides comprehensive inpatient therapy and medical services to people with disabilities.

Oak Forest provides age-specific social and psychological support for the special needs of the adolescents. Oak Forest also sponsors a number of other anti-violence initiatives, including a violence prevention health fair for high school students.

Oak Forest Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.

Address: 15900 South Cicero Avenue , Oak Forest
State: Illinois
Zip: 60452
Phone: 708-687-7200
Fax: 708-687-7979
URL: www.cchil.org/Cch/oak.htm
County: Cook
Number of Beds: 0
Total Staff : 0



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