No. 1-88-2252.

569 N.E.2d 77 (1991)

210 Ill. App.3d 253

155 Ill.Dec. 77

Danny VAUGHN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. NORTHWESTERN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, a corporation, Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, Inc., a corporation, Northwestern University Medical School, a corporation, and Dr. David W. Cugell, M.D., Defendants-Appellees.

Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, Second Division.

February 19, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Michael W. Rathsack, Chicago; Louis S. Goldstein, Cindy G. Fluxgold and Michael W. Rathsack, of counsel, for plaintiff-appellant.

Kelley Drye & Warren, Chicago; Eric F. Quandt, Tammi C. Bornstein and Carolyn Quinn; and James M. Perry, Northwestern University, Office of Legal Affairs, Evanston, of counsel, for defendants-appellees Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, Inc., Northwestern University Medical School and Dr. David W. Cugell, M.D.

Querrey & Harrow, Michael Resis, Chicago, for defendant-appellee Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

Justice DiVITO delivered the opinion of the court:

Plaintiff Danny Vaughn (plaintiff) brought a medical malpractice action against defendants Northwestern Memorial Hospital (Hospital), Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, Inc. (Foundation), Northwestern University Medical School (School), and Dr. David Cugell, M.D. (Cugell) (sometimes jointly, defendants). The circuit court denied plaintiff's motion to dismiss the case voluntarily as to the Foundation and the...

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