Skokie (formerly Niles Center) is a village on the northern border with Chicago with about 2,000 inhabitants.
The main north-south arteries are Cicero Avenue (north) and Chicago Pulaski Road (south), as well as Interstate 94 and the Edens Expressway. Traverse western Skokie. The East-West streets continue the street names of Evanston, with EvanSTON's Dempster Street 8800 north at the SkOKie address. In addition, the main diagonal streets are Bebe Street (east) to the north and North Avenue and South Avenue to the south. All of Skocie's streets to the north and south have developed westward from Chicago, with the exception of Ciceros Avenue, which has been renamed Skokies Boulevard, while Chicago's Pulakis Road has retained its original name, Pulaska Road.
The village is served by the CTA and Pace bus lines, with the Yellow Line being the fastest and Blue Line the second fastest in the city.
At its peak in the mid-1960s, 58% of the population was Jewish, the largest percentage of any Chicago suburb, and Skokie still has a large Jewish population and an active Chabad, at nearly 30%. The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, which opened in 2009 northwest of Skocie, is the first of its kind in North America. It was also named the fastest-growing suburb in Illinois by Money Magazine in 2003, behind only Chicago. The village is home to the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, which includes more than 200,000 square feet of community-owned public space as well as a number of restaurants and bars.
In 2003, Skokie became the first community in the United States to receive an ISO (Insurance Services Office) accredited police, fire and construction department.
Skokies Road is a road network with important east-west thoroughfares, and its streets, like those of many suburbs, are largely a continuation of Chicago's road networks. The village is still served by the Chicago Transit Authority, further cementing the connection with the city. The Skokies Northshore Sculpture Park is located on the north shore of Lake Michigan, south of the lakeside and north of downtown Chicago.
The Skokie Lagoons provide an important habitat for wildlife in what the Indians were known as the "vast swamp area" before the artificial lagoon was dug in the 1930s. Skokies Park is operated by the Skoksie Park District as part of the Parks and Recreation Department (PPD) of the City of Chicago.
Our team consists of certified ear, nose and throat doctors, whose specialty is ENT medicine. Our mission is to provide the most exceptional care to our patients in Skokie, and our ENT doctors have a background and experience that complements the specialties of our other ENT doctors and allows us to offer our patients the highest level of care in the Skokie Park area.
The Plastic Facial Surgery Facility in the Northwest is recognized as the best place for the most effective and advanced rhinoplasty in the region. You know that Dr. Sidle will listen to you whatever you want, and you will have good surgical knowledge of our region, and you will find that you can treat your health problems correctly and safely if you work closely with an expert. We expect the highest quality of care and a high level of patient satisfaction from you and your patient.
Our goal is to help our patients achieve their best smile through comprehensive treatment planning and personalized care. Our team of specialists is equipped with Dr. Sidle to provide patients with the best experience in rhinoplasty. Patients can rely on our ENT doctors to build a good relationship with our Facial Surgery Facility in Skokie, Illinois.
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If you have pain or discomfort, call Skokie's oral surgeons and discuss your problem and possible treatment plans. The retired doctor of oral and maxillofacial surgery has been working in the full range of fields for over 30 years and has expertise in oral, facial and facial reconstructive surgery and facial reconstruction. Our surgical staff is trained to help you in our state-of-the-art office in Skoksie, Illinois. We are at your disposal with all the information, support and guidance you need.
Dr. Arnold is an active member of the rheumatology community and supports his patients and colleagues through further development and innovation. His ability to educate, support and advise patients is why so many residents of Skokie become patients. The best dentists in the Chicago area have referred their patients to this doctor for decades.