CHICAGO —  The University of Chicago Medical Center will enter the market with $182 million of debt beginning next week to wrap up its planned borrowing for a new hospital pavilion that will house its complex-care services.

The medical center — which operates a health care campus on Chicago’s south side — will use the Illinois Finance Authority as conduit issuer for $90 million of fixed-rate bonds on May 11. It will follow up with the sale of $92 million of variable-rate bonds in two equal tranches on May 16, said hospital treasurer Ann McColgan.

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