CHICAGO (AP) — An Associated Press analysis finds that a new tax break for investor-owned hospitals will cost Illinois at least $10 million a year in lost revenue. Illinois has 28 investor-owned hospitals, scattered from Anna in the south to Zion in the north. Here is a list:
—Aurora Chicago Lakeshore Hospital, Chicago.
—Crossroads Community Hospital, Mount Vernon.
—Fayette County Hospital, Vandalia.
—Galesburg Cottage Hospital, Galesburg.
—Gateway Regional Medical Center, Granite City.
—Heartland Regional Medical Center, Marion.
—Kindred Chicago Central Hospital, Chicago.
—Kindred Hospital Chicago North, Chicago.
—Kindred Hospital - Chicago Northlake, Northlake.
—Kindred Hospital - Sycamore, Sycamore.
—Kindred Hospital Peoria, Peoria.
—Kindred Hospital Springfield, Springfield.
—Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center, Springfield.
—Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital, Chicago.
—MacNeal Hospital, Berwyn.
—MetroSouth Medical Center, Blue Island.
—Midwestern Regional Medical Center, Zion.
—Red Bud Regional Hospital, Red Bud.
—Riveredge Hospital, Forest Park.
—Sacred Heart Hospital, Chicago.
—Streamwood Behavioral Health Systems, Streamwood.
—UHS Hartgrove Hospital, Chicago.
—Union County Hospital District, Anna.
—Van Matre Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital, Rockford.
—VHS West Suburban Medical Center, Oak Park.
—VHS Westlake Hospital, Melrose Park.
—Vista Medical Center East, Waukegan.
—Vista Medical Center West, Waukegan.
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health