CON Permits

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JSMA continues with its perfect track record regarding CON applications.  The following permits have been recently approved by the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board: Provident Hospital of Cook County — Replacement facility Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers, Major modernization Mercy Hospital & Medical Center, Chicago  —  Major modernization project Deerpath Surgical Center, Morris

CON Expert Witness Services

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As an authority on Illinois Certificate of Need rules, regulations and statutes, JSMA recently served as an expert witness in a major legal action.  The potential issuance of a CON permit was central to the legal findings of fact and  the magnitude of the damages.  

Methodist Hospital of Chicago

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Services: Licensure   JSMA has assisted the Hospital with updates to its Life Safety Plans and various NFPA 101 Life Safety Code compliance issues. Services:  Certificate of Need and Life Safety Code  JSMA has advised Methodist Hospital a number of CON issues.  Recently we completed a CON application for the discontinuation of the Hospital’s Long

The Pavilion Behavioral Health System, Champaign IL

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Services:  Certificate of Need The Pavilion is a comprehensive psychiatric facility for adults, adolescents and children serving a region 200 miles in radius of Champaign Illinois.  JSMA prepared a CON application for the addition of beds and the construction of an addition to this psychiatric facility in Champaign IL.  The application was  approved unanimously by the Board

Mercy Hospital + Medical Center, Chicago, IL

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Services: Facility Planning + Programming,  Architectural Planning + Design,  Certificate of Need Mercy has the distinction of being Chicago’s first established hospital. It is currently a 450 bed teaching facility on Chicago’s near south side. JSMA provides ongoing assistance in areas of: CON Application to Establish Neonatology Service Critical Care Patient Admissions Study Surgical Facilities Assessment

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