The health care company that runs Geneva’s Delnor Hospital has announced plans to enhance its ability to deliver medical services to those living in its service area.
Earlier this year, Cadence Health, which operates Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield and Delnor, confirmed its intentions to open doctor offices in Sugar Grove. Those are scheduled to open in June.
Also this spring and summer, Cadence will open new doctor offices in Sycamore and near the intersection of Kirk Road and Butterfield Road in Aurora.
According to information provided by Cadence, the facility in Aurora will be in the 2600 block of Church Road, about a half-mile southwest of Kirk and Butterfield intersection.
The Aurora facility will feature a convenient care facility. The office also will allow for by-appointment health care services delivered by family medicine doctors, who will relocate their practices to the Church Road location.
Cadence’s Aurora facility is scheduled to open in August, the health system said.
In May, however, Cadence said it intends to open doctor offices in the 1800 block of Mediterranean Drive, west of the intersection of Peace Road and Bethany Road, in Sycamore.
Those offices will provide care only by appointment, Cadence said. Doctors practicing at that location will specialize in family medicine and adult internal medicine.
Residents of Sycamore and DeKalb are currently served by doctors affiliated with Kishwaukee Community Hospital in DeKalb.
When Delnor Hospital merged with CDH two years ago, creating the Cadence system, the hospitals at that time told state regulators they intended to build two new urgent care or other primary care facilities in “the western portion of the service area.”
At that time, Delnor and CDH did not define the western boundaries of Cadence’s intended service area.