Care Center Renovation Project

Renovation Project

The entire DuPage Care Center renovation project will renovate resident rooms, the main entrance and lobby, common areas, and nurse stations. The project is expected to cost $31.5 million.

The Kenneth Moy DuPage Care Center was originally built in 1888 as a County Alms House and became a nursing facility in the 1930s. It has gone through major expansions in 1964, 1979, and 1991. The facility is home to more than 300 residents and provides sub-acute skilled care, long-term custodial care, and Alzheimer’s special care. The Care Center is a five-star rated facility that complies with standards set by the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Expected completion Spring 2025 


Unit Lobby
Resident Room
Main Entrance
Main Lobby
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