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February 27, 2013
Loyola Experts to Discuss Hearing Impairments at Wheatons Studio Movie Grill
WHAT: Renowned hearing expert and otolaryngologist at Loyola University Health System John Leonetti, MD, will be available to answer questions about hearing impairments following a free showing of the movie “Children of a Lesser God” at the Wheaton Studio Movie Grill. Kyle Raterman, PhD, clinical audiology, also will be on hand to answer questions about the latest technology in hearing instruments for adults and children.
“Children of a Lesser God” is an adaption of the Tony Award-winning play that focuses on the relationship between a reluctant-to-speak deaf woman and an unconventional teacher at a school for the deaf. It was the first movie to feature a deaf actress in a leading role since 1926.
Loyola University Health System and Studio Movie Grill Wheaton have partnered to offer a special monthly film series. On the first Thursday of each month, Studio Movie Grill will have a free screening of a movie with a health topic. Loyola University Health System will provide a panel of experts to answer questions following the film.
WHEN: 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 7
WHERE: Studio Movie Grill Wheaton, 301 Rice Lake Square, Wheaton Ill.
MEDIA: For media inquiries, please contact Evie Polsley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (708) 216-5313.
Loyola University Health System (LUHS) is a member of Trinity Health. Based in the western suburbs of Chicago, LUHS is a quaternary care system with a 61-acre main medical center campus, the 36-acre Gottlieb Memorial Hospital campus and more than 30 primary and specialty care facilities in Cook, Will and DuPage counties. The medical center campus is conveniently located in Maywood, 13 miles west of the Chicago Loop and 8 miles east of Oak Brook, Ill. The heart of the medical center campus is a 559-licensed-bed hospital that houses a Level 1 Trauma Center, a Burn Center and the Ronald McDonald® Children's Hospital of Loyola University Medical Center. Also on campus are the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, Loyola Outpatient Center, Center for Heart & Vascular Medicine and Loyola Oral Health Center as well as the LUC Stritch School of Medicine, the LUC Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing and the Loyola Center for Fitness. Loyola's Gottlieb campus in Melrose Park includes the 255-licensed-bed community hospital, the Professional Office Building housing 150 private practice clinics, the Adult Day Care, the Gottlieb Center for Fitness, Loyola Center for Metabolic Surgery and Bariatric Care and the Loyola Cancer Care & Research at the Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Center at Melrose Park.