Senator helps Chicago rehab institute break ground for new building

07/2/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Attending the groundbreaking ceremony for a $550 million building at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., spoke about his own experience at the institute recovering from a stroke he had in January 2012. The new hospital will be organized around AbilityLabs, which are centers where clinicians and researchers in complementary specialties will work with patients. Kirk was part of the testing of the AbilityLab model during his rehabilitation.

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