Memorial Medical Center has received two top honors in a statewide quality excellence competition sponsored by the Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA).
Dr. Ashley MacDonald began her practice at Memorial Physician Services-Chatham on Sept. 1.
The Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Foundation and Memorial SportsCare at ALMH announced today that the ALMH Run/Walk, formerly known as the Moving Forward 5K/10K, has been scheduled for October 8.
Dr. Richard Glover has begun his practice at Memorial Physician Services-Women’s Healthcare.
Kara Richardson has been named the August ALMH employee of the month. Richardson has been a nurse in the emergency department at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital for six years.
For patients who might not be able to make a trip to a doctor’s office, Memorial Physician Services is launching a secure, internet-based service to treat their non-emergency illnesses.
Memorial Home Services will offer a free six-week grief support group starting in October.
Memorial Medical Center’s Be Aware Women's Fair will return to the Illinois State Fairgrounds for its seventh annual event on Saturday, Oct. 8, providing women with a fun and informative day devoted to their physical, emotional and financial health.
Memorial Home Services Hospice will offer training on Saturday, Oct. 15, to people who are interested in serving as volunteers.
Thirty community members from four counties are being trained this week (Aug. 1-5) to learn how to identify and respond to people showing signs of mental illness and substance abuse.
Passavant Area Hospital’s Employee of the Month is Hope Henline, Rehabilitation Services.
Passavant Area Hospital’s Employee of the Month is Hope Henline, Rehabilitation Services. Hope is a Rehabilitation Services secretary and has been employed at Passavant eight and one-half years.
Vivian Dahmm De Valdes of Lincoln has been named the July employee of the month at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. Valdes is a registered nurse in the perioperative services department at ALMH.
Limited sponsorship and designer opportunities remain available for Memorial’s 27th annual Festival of Trees, “Remember When,” which will be held Nov. 19-27 in the Orr Building on the Illinois State Fairgrounds.
In partnership with the Memorial Weight Loss and Wellness Center in Springfield, Passavant Area Hospital is now offering comprehensive weight loss and wellness services to patients in Jacksonville and the surrounding communities.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital offers its patients the best of both worlds, according to the nonprofit hospital’s president and CEO, Kim Bourne.