Living in Chicago
Chicago: The City That Has Something for Everyone
Stretching from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan to the spreading prairie, Chicago is one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
Chicago's entertainment and cultural attractions are essentially limitless, with highlights that include the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Lyric Opera, the Art Institute, and many theaters. The nightlife scene encompasses world famous blues and jazz bars, as well as folk, country, rock, alternative and many clubs for ethnic music. For those who like to eat out, Chicago offers some of the finest restaurants in America ranging from the common to the exotic.
For the sports junkie, Chicago has it all. Every major league professional sport is representedm, including Bulls and Chicao Sky basketball, Cubs and White Sox baseball, Blackhawks hockey, and Bears football. There are also serveral minor league baseball and hockey teams, and Northwestern University for Big Ten college football. There are a myriad of team and individual participation sports available from soccer and softball, to rollerblading, biking, cross country skiing, boating and windsurfing.
Resurrection Medical Center and Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center are located approximately 11 miles from the downtown "Loop" and only 8 miles from Saint Francis Hospital. Saint Francis is located in Evanston only 1/2 miles from Lake Michigan.
Traveling to Resurrection Medical Center
You may fly to Chicago through O'Hare and Midway Airports. Resurrection Medical Center is located 10 minutes from O'Hare and 45 minutes from Midway. Cab fare from O'Hare is approximately 10 dollars.
There are multiple hotels in close proximity to the hospital as at O'Hare field.
Resurrection Medical Center can be reached via the Kennedy or Tri-State Expressways.