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DuPage Convalescent Center celebrates 125th anniversary Aug. 28

Published: Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013 2:26 a.m. CST

WHEATON – A longtime county asset celebrated its 125th anniversary on Aug. 28, according to a DuPage County Board news release.

The DuPage Convalescent Center, originally a shelter for the homeless, provides long term care and rehabilitative services to DuPage residents. It is a 360-bed rehab center that treats residents, regardless of income, according to the release. 75 percent of its residents are Medicaid funded.

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