Architectural tour of the brand new Rush Hospital

The impressive Rush Hospital has a curving tower dedicated for patients rooms atop a rectangular base where the diagnostic and treatment facilities are located.

THE FULBRIGHT ASSOCIATION-Chicago Chapter in partnership with Rush University Medical Center will be hosting an exciting event on Saturday, March 10, 2012. Chicago’s reputation as the home to world-class architecture is evident once more in the new Rush Hospital 14-story  tower designed by renowned architect Ralph Johnson, Design Principal for Perkins+Will. A tower of light, technology, sustainability, and innovative planning, this new hospital looms over the western entrance to the city, revitalizing the area and renewing the hospital’s commitment to state-of-the art equipment, facilities, and exemplary patient care.

Peter W. Butler, President and Chief Operating Officer of Rush University Medical Center, will be presenting “An Overview of the American Healthcare System” with a Question and Answer session to follow. Directly after the talk, attendees will be guided on an architectural tour of the new Rush Hospital.

WHEN Saturday, 10 March 2012

WHERE 600 South Paulina Street, Chicago, IL 60612 in the Armour Academic Center, Room 994 (southwest corner of Paulina and Harrison Streets); 312/942-5000

TIME 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch on one’s own after talk and tour; list of local restaurants provided at the tour

PARKING Patient and Visitor Parking Garage on Harrison between Paulina and Ashland. COST OF PARKING $12.75 for 3.5 hours

TRANSPORTATION Click to see map and directions

 RSVP deadline Monday, 27 February 2012

 RSVP to Ron Harvey (Fulbright Association-Chicago Chapter Secretary) at fulbrightchicago@gmail.comindicate your name and Fulbright affiliation (Alumni/Scholar/Student) when you respond.

 COST There is no charge for this event.

A catered continental breakfast will be served at 9:00 a.m. prior to talk. QUESTIONS on the event can be directed to Linda Gruber at lindagruber@sbcglobal.net

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