Edgar J. Curtis, president and CEO of Memorial Health System, will receive an honorary doctorate of humane letters from the University of Illinois on May 13 during commencement ceremonies for the University of Illinois Springfield.
A free three-session series begins this month to help families incorporate healthy habits into their everyday routines.
Dr. Abigail Galle Buoy began her psychiatry practice at Memorial Physician Services-Vine Street.
Memorial Physician Services will open its walk-in primary care clinic on Monday, Nov. 21, inside the Springfield Hy-Vee store at 2115 S. MacArthur Boulevard.
Dr. Omar Vargas began his practice at Memorial Physician Services-Jacksonville on Oct. 31.
Dr. Ashley MacDonald began her practice at Memorial Physician Services-Chatham on Sept. 1.
Dr. Richard Glover has begun his practice at Memorial Physician Services-Women’s Healthcare.
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.
Dr. Rosemary Koeppel has begun her pediatric practice at Memorial Physician Services-Jacksonville.
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.
Dr. Shahed Shams has begun his practice at Memorial Physician Services-Capitol Healthcare.
Memorial Physician Services will soon open a walk-in primary care clinic inside the Springfield Hy-Vee grocery store at 2115 S. MacArthur Boulevard. The clinic will be the first of its kind for the network of primary care physicians affiliated with Memorial Health System.
For the second time, all Memorial Physician Services’ primary-care locations were recognized as Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Homes, the highest level possible, by the National Committee for Quality Assistance (NCQA) Patient-Centered Medical Home 2014 (PCMH 2014) program.
Memorial Medical Center is accepting applications for exhibitors to participate in its seventh annual Be Aware Women’s Fair in October.
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.