The opinion of the court was delivered by: Richard Mills, U.S. District Judge:
Wednesday, 29 February, 2012 10:13:51 AM
Clerk, U.S. District Court, ILCD
For the following reasons, Defendant Hospital Sisters Health System's Motion to Dismiss [d/e 6] is ALLOWED.
On November 17, 2011, Plaintiff Stacia Galvin-Stoeff filed a Complaint [d/e 1] against St. John's Hospital of the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis, doing business as St. John's Hospital, and Hospital Sisters Health System, doing business as St. John's Hospital.
The Plaintiff raised the following claims against both Defendants in the Compliant: (1) gender discrimination (Title VII), (2) disability discrimination in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), and (3) retaliatory discharge in connection to Plaintiff seeking workers' compensation benefits.
In the Complaint, the Plaintiff stated the following:
Within the time prescribed by 42 U.S.C. § 2000e-5, Plaintiff did cause to have filed with the EEOC a charge of violation against Defendants. Plaintiff has initiated this proceeding within 90 days of receiving the Right to Sue Notice from the EEOC. A copy of said letter is attached as Exhibit 1.
Complaint [d/e 1], ¶ 20; see also ¶ 6. However, a copy of the right to sue letter was not attached to the Complaint, and cannot be found on the Docket Sheet.
On January 23, 2012, Defendant St. John's Hospital of the Hospital Sisters of the Third Order of St. Joseph ("St. John's Hospital") filed its Answer to Complaint and Affirmative Defenses [d/e 3] and Certificate of Interest [d/e 4]. The Certificate of Interest [d/e 4] states that Hospital Sisters Health System ("HSHS") is the parent company of St. John's Hospital.
Defendant HSHS filed the following documents on January 23, 2012: a Motion to Dismiss [d/e 6], a Memorandum in Support [d/e 7], and ...