Roseland Medical District

On August 5, 2011, the State of Illinois created the 100- acre Roseland Community Medical District which provides for the creation, maintenance and expansion of healthcare and their related facilities to study, diagnose and treat human ailments and injuries. The District is anchored by the “New” Roseland Community Hospital, whose emergency room is often the first stop for medical services for the community, and where patient are treated for illnesses ranging from simple colds to severe health issues uch as a heart disease or gunshot wounds. The idea is to change the perception of health from something dire and urgent to a positive lifestyle choice.

The mandala was chosen to represent a well-spring of life, connection, and abundance.

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