With flu cases in Illinois declining, Memorial Health System's three hospitals - Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln, Memorial Medical Center in Springfield and Taylorville Memorial Hospital - have lifted their visitor restrictions.
Douglas L. Rahn, DBA, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Memorial Health System, has been selected by the Passavant Area Board of Directors as the next president and CEO of Passavant Area Hospital, pending the successful completion of Passavant's affiliation with the health system.
Memorial Medical Center is accepting applications for a free, four-day summer camp for high school students interested in a nursing career.
Memorial Health System's annual report is now available to the public online.
Memorial Health System and Southern Illinois University HealthCare have launched a new partnership designed to develop innovative solutions for improving healthcare access, quality, safety and communi
Memorial Health System chairman of the board James P. Bruner and Passavant Area Hospital board chairwoman Janet M. Terry have announced the two organizations have signed an affiliation agreement that would make Passavant the Springfield-based health system's fourth hospital, pending regulatory approvals.
All of the Memorial Physician Services' primary-care locations were recognized as Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Homes, the highest level possible, by the National Comittee for Quality Assistance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 (PCMH 2011) program.
Robert Scott has been named the new vice president of human resources and chief human resources officer for Memorial Health System.
Memorial Health System captured top honors in the healthcare system category in a quality excellence competition sponsored by the Illinois Hospital Association.
Southern Illinois Healthcare (SIH) today announced that it would participate in The BJC Collaborative, a partnership among health care systems throughout Illinois, Missouri and Eastern Kansas.
Memorial Medical Center has once again received a rare fivefold accreditation for its rehabilitation services from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Dr. James Gildner with Memorial Physician Services – Women’s Healthcare has been certified to prescribe a medical device to help women with bladder leakage.
Two Memorial Health System hospitals have been named among the nation's most wired hospitals in the 15th annual Health Care's Most Wired Survey.
Blessing Health System in Quincy, under the sponsorship of Memorial Health System, will take part as a participant in the BJC Collaborative.
A new 70,700-square-foot medical office building on the Passavant Area Hospital campus will open to the public on June 3.