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The first phase of parking garage construction will be completed Sunday, Oct. 19. A large portion of the garage will reopen for patient parking Monday, Oct. 20; however, some areas will be temporarily closed for ongoing repairs during future phases of the project. Valet parking is available for patients at the main, four-flagpole entrance to Building 133EF. More Details

 

Ebola Information

In an effort to keep our patients, staff and volunteers safe, Lovell FHCC leadership is currently taking steps to respond to the rapidly changing situation in the event that any suspected Ebola cases reach our area.  This involves monitoring the situation, coordinating efforts with local, state and federal public health groups, and educating our health care staff by providing up-to-date guidance. You can visit the CDC Ebola site http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/ and the VA Public Health site http://www.publichealth.va.gov/ for the most current information about the virus.

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Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center

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North Chicago, IL 60064
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