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