Charles Callahan, senior vice president and chief quality officer for Memorial Health System, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective April 1.
Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville has cleared all regulatory approvals and has become the fourth hospital to join Memorial Health System.
Steve Ford, son of the late President Gerald R. and First Lady Betty Ford, will be the keynote speaker at the third annual Memorial Medical Center Foundation Hospice Gala on Saturday, April 12, at the Crowne Plaza, 3000 S. Dirksen Parkway, Springfield.
Tickets are now on sale for the third annual Hospice Gala sponsored by the Memorial Medical Center Foundation to raise donations for a fund that helps fulfill the wishes of hospice patients.
Memorial Health System's annual report is now available to the public online.
Dr. James Gildner with Memorial Physician Services – Women’s Healthcare has been certified to prescribe a medical device to help women with bladder leakage.
Memorial Home Services Hospice will offer training in September to people who are interested in serving as volunteers.
A check representing collective donor gifts of more than $8,000 from the Abraham Lincoln Healthcare Foundation's Dr. Wayne J. Schall Hospice Fund was recently presented to the Memorial Home Services nurses who work with Logan county patients and theif families.
Memorial Home Services recently launched a hospice speakers bureau available to community groups throughout central Illinois.
For the safety of patients and their families, Memorial Health System is recommending visitors to its three hospitals — Memorial Medical Center in Springfield, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln and Taylorville Memorial Hospital in Taylorville —help prevent the spread of respiratory infections by requesting that:
• Inpatient hospital visits be limited to two visitors per patient at one time;
• All visitors be 18 or older and show no signs of illness.