Memorial Medical Center will host a free seminar on the health benefits of weight-loss surgery at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 30, in the Carpenter Conference Center.
Memorial SportsCare will host a free two-part training series, titled "Spring Training," on two consecutive Tuesdays in April at the Gus and Flora Kerasotes YMCA
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.
Community groups throughout Springfield and the greater Sangamon County area are invited to schedule a presentation about Memorial Medical Center's historic expansion project.
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.
Memorial Medical Center's Weight Loss & Wellness Center has expanded to a second location on the west side of Springfield.
Memorial Medical Center has launched a new initiative in its cafeteria to help employees, patients and visitors make healthier food choices.
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 Bariatric Services, a comprehensive program introduced by Memorial Medical Center and Springfield Clinic in 2002, is now available to residents of Macon County and the surrounding communities through a partnership with Decatur Memorial Hospital.
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.
The Memorial Medical Center Foundation has awarded more than $435,000 in health-related grants for community and health-system initiatives.
Memorial Medical Center's 24th annual Festival of Trees raised $308,000 to be used for health-related projects and programs in the community.
Memorial Medical Center's Heart and Vascular Services was named to Becker's Hospital Review's "100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs" list.