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ALMH Offers Free Prenatal Classes

Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital reminds expecting families that each month it offers a free prenatal class. The next 3-hour class will be held Sunday, September 24 from 1pm – 4pm. The class will be held in Steinfort A at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital located at 200 Stahlhut Drive in Lincoln, Illinois.

Calling All Bachelor of Science Nursing Prospects

We are excited to host the fall information session for the University of Illinois at Springfield (UIS) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) collaboration for nursing students on Thursday, September, 21st at 5:00pm - 9:00pm.

TMH Health Needs Assessment Yields Pediatric Dental Program

Taylorville Memorial Hospital’s community health needs assessment identified access to pediatric dental services as a high-priority need. TMH spearheaded creation of a workgroup to address that need, bringing together hospital staff, Taylorville Community School District officials and local dentists, as well as other community members.

Memorial Health System Earns Quality Excellence Award from Illinois Hospital Association

Memorial Health System received one of the top honors today in a statewide quality excellence competition sponsored by the Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA) – the fifth quality award that the health system has received from the association in the last five years.

2017 Healthcare Education Open House

The 2017 Healthcare Education Open House promises to be full of information about the endless possibilities of jobs in the healthcare field.

SIU Neurologist to Present Program at Passavant September 13

Treating Symptom Fluctuations in Parkinson’s Disease is the topic as Passavant Area Hospital presents its next Community Health Event, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 6 p.m. in Meeting Rooms 2 and 3 at the hospital.

Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville Provides Infant Car Seats to New Parents

The Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville provides infant car seats to parents of newborns at Passavant Area Hospital. The assistance provided by the Kiwanis Club helps families safely buckle up newborns as they leave Passavant and travel home. The Kiwanis Club recently made a $1,200 donation to the Passavant Area Hospital Foundation to fund the program as part of the Club’s mission to serve children.

Hidden in Plain Sight for Adults

Since February 2016, the ALMH Community Health Collaborative, previously known as Healthy Communities Partnership, has been working with members across the community to address the opioid crisis. A resulting action plan was developed containing activities to address prevention, harm reduction, enforcement and treatment.

Memorial to Hold Free Webinar on Chemotherapy and the Brain

Memorial Medical Center will host a free webinar on how chemotherapy affects the brain on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation (MCLI), 228 W. Miller St.

Memorial’s Be Aware Women’s Fair Returns to Illinois State Fairgrounds

The Be Aware Women's Fair hosted by Memorial Medical Center will return to the Illinois State Fairgrounds for its eighth annual event on Saturday, Oct. 21.

ALMH Run/Walk Registration Open

On Saturday, Oct. 7, The Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Run/Walk will take place at 9 a.m. at Edward Madigan State Park. The event features 5K and 10K options and will take place rain or shine. This is a chip-timed and course certified event.

Hudson Named August ALMH Employee of the Month

Sherry Hudson of Kenney, Illinois has been named the August Employee of the Month at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Hudson has worked in the medical records department at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital since October 2012.

Hovland Joins Memorial Physician Services-Koke Mill

Dr. Rebekah Hovland has begun her practice at Memorial Physician Services-Koke Mill as an internal medicine and pediatric physician.

Passavant Area Hospital Hosting Mental Health First Aid Training for Adults

Passavant Area Hospital is partnering with Memorial Behavioral Health to host a program next month to train community members to learn how to identify and respond to people showing signs of mental illness and substance abuse.

TMH Will Host Mental Health First Aid - Youth Training

Taylorville Memorial Hospital will host a session to train community members to learn how to identify and respond to youth showing signs of mental illness and substance abuse. This training is recommended for anyone 18 or older who regularly have contact with young people ages 12-18 such as teachers, coaches, social workers, faith leaders and other caring citizens, but is open to everyone.

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