I've read some of the complaints about Cook County residencies, and they seem to center around the crappy facilities. How much will the new hospital (which opens in the fall of 2002 and will incorporate all services under one roof) change the way residencies are perceived at Cook County. For instance, I've read they have a hard time filling Internal Medicine spots with U.S. Grads. I know I wouldn't want to work in a non-air conditioned building or have to walk a blood sample down the street to pathology. But all that should cease with the new building. Anyone in Chicago or at the present Cook County care to comment. Thanks.