Loyola University Health System (Loyola) is a private, Catholic Jesuit provider based in the western suburbs of Chicago, and is a nationally recognized leader in providing specialty and primary health-care services. It also is recognized as a leader in conducting groundbreaking research in areas such as the treatment of heart disease, cancer, organ transplantation and neurological disorders.
This page is a list of some interesting facts about Loyola. You can also learn more about us, read our Media Fact Sheet or call us at (708) 216-3200.
- Through its hub, Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC), located on a 61-acre campus in Maywood, Ill., Loyola has provided skilled, compassionate care to patients for more than 40 years.
- Loyola University Health System employs more than 7,100 people and has 1,774 faculty members, 479 residents and 115 fellows.
- The Loyola University Hospital is a teaching, tertiary-care, 569 licensed-bed facility that includes a Level 1 trauma center and a Burn Center and is served by an aeromedical program that flies patients from a range of 150 miles.