CHICAGOLAND TRAUMA CENTERS -- LEVEL I AND LEVEL II

Chicagoland Trauma Centers include Chicago Level I trauma centers and suburban Level I and Level II trauma centers (updated October 10, 2010 -- subject to change without notice).

REGION 8
LEVEL I
Advocate Good Samaritan
Downers Grove

Loyola University Medical Center
Maywood

LEVEL II
Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital
Bolingbrook

Adventist LaGrange Memorial Hospital
LaGrange

Central DuPage Hospital
Winfield

Edward Hospital
Naperville

Elmhurst Memorial Hospital
Elmhurst

Glen Oaks Medical Center
Glendale Heights

Gottlieb Memorial Hospital
Melrose Park

Hinsdale Memorial Hospital
Hinsdale

MacNeal Hospital
Berwyn






REGION 9
LEVEL I
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Park Ridge

LEVEL II
Advocate Good Shepherd
Barrington

Alexian Brothers Medical Center
Elk Grove Village

Centegra Memorial Medical Center
Woodstock
 
Centegra Northern Illinois Medical Center
McHenry
 
Delnor Community Hospital
Geneva

Northwest Community Hospital
Arlington Heights

Provena Mercy Medical Center
Aurora

Provena St. Joseph Hospital
Elgin

Rush Copley Medical Center
Aurora

Sherman Hospital
Elgin

St. Alexius Medical Center
Hoffman Estates

REGION 10
LEVEL I
Advocate Condell Memorial Hospital
Libertyville

Evanston Hospital
Evanston

St. Francis Hospital
Evanston

LEVEL II
Glenbrook Hospital
Glenview

Highland Park Hospital
Highland Park
 
Lake Forest Hospital
Lake Forest

Rush North Shore Medical Center
Skokie

Vista Medical Center East
Waukegan

REGION 11
LEVEL I
Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital
Chicago

Children's Memorial Hospital
Chicago
(Level I - Pediatric)
 
John H. Stroger Hospital
Chicago

John H. Stroger Pediatric Trauma Center
Chicago
 
Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center
Chicago
Level I & 1 Pediatric
 
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Chicago

University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospitals
Chicago
(Level I - Pediatric)

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