Memorial Medical Center will host a free seminar on heart attack and stroke prevention by promoting artery health at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation.
Registered nurse Marianne Scannura was named Memorial Medical Center’s 2016 Employee of the Year.
Edgar J. Curtis, president and CEO of Memorial Health System in Springfield, will become chair of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association's 2017 board of trustees on Jan. 1.
For the 12th consecutive year, Memorial Medical Center has been named a Consumer Choice Award winner for the Springfield area.
Gov. Bruce Rauner will hold a news conference at the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation to discuss the state's filing of a Medicaid waiver with the federal government.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk will tour the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in Springfield.
Memorial Medical Center has received two top honors in a statewide quality excellence competition sponsored by the Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA).
Memorial Medical Center Foundation’s 28th annual employee giving campaign raised nearly $282,000 to improve the lives of patients and co-workers throughout Memorial Health System.
Memorial Medical Center is the first hospital in Illinois to receive the American Hospital Association’s top national honor for quality and safety.
Memorial Medical Center’s bariatric surgery program has been reaccredited by a national agency for its surgical weight loss program.
Memorial Medical Center is accepting applications for exhibitors to participate in its seventh annual Be Aware Women’s Fair in October.
The Memorial Medical Center Foundation has awarded more than $537,000 in health-related grants for community and health-system initiatives.
For the third consecutive time, Memorial Medical Center received the highest honor a healthcare organization can attain for nursing excellence, an achievement reached by only 3 percent of the nation’s hospitals.
Memorial Medical Center earned recognition for its work in helping patients receive the gift of sight with a cornea transplant.
To stress the importance of behavioral health to overall wellness and to strengthen its connection to Memorial Health System, Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois has changed its name to Memorial Behavioral Health.