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What are some services offered by Northwestern Memorial Hospital?

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Services available from Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago include classes and support programs, patient stay and care, and emergency services. Among the accommodations available to visitors and patients are chapels, dining areas, retail services and rooms.

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Northwestern Memorial Hospital's class categories are Expectant Parents, Health Education and Fitness. As of 2015, class offerings include Breastfeeding: The Best Beginning, Transitions to Motherhood Series, OCIM Tobacco Cessation: Group Program, OCIM Endurance Training and OCIM Strength and Balance for Mature Adults I. Support groups include Cancer Connections, Survivors of Domestic Violence Support Group, Together in the Loss of a Child Support Group and Weight Loss Surgery Support Group.

The hospital's caregiver and support team includes physicians, hospitalists and caregivers. Patient rooms offer window views, window seats for family members that change to beds, televisions, safety lighting across the floor and accommodations for those with disabilities. Patients have access to pillow speaker nurse callers. Emergency services are available at the emergency department, which is a Level 1 trauma center and stroke center.

Additional accommodation services include a couple of interfaith chapels, and chaplains are on hand for religious services. Argo Tea, Au Bon Pain and other restaurants offer dining services for both patients and visitors, while retail stores provide shopping opportunities.

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