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02/13/2015
Jump & OSF Leaders Attend Unveiling of MATTER Chicago
OSF HealthCare and Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center leaders today joined various health care leaders to open MATTER Chicago.
02/08/2015
Celebrating National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week
OSF Holy Family aids in cardiac rehabilitation by reducing the potentially devastating effects of heart disease and improving quality of life for patients.
11/19/2014
OSF HealthCare & Jump to Work With MATTER
OSF HealthCare and Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center have joined MATTER as founding partners.
10/01/2014
OSF Saint Elizabeth Announces Arrival of Several New Physicians and Services
OSF Saint Elizabeth is pleased to unveil to the communities it serves a new sleep center, nephrology clinic, 3D mammography, and new pediatricians.
06/18/2014
OSF HealthCare and Intel-GE Care Innovations™ Collaborate on Innovation Research
OSF HealthCare and Intel-GE announce new partnership to look at the connection between patient data from the home with data collected in clinical settings.
06/10/2014
Emergency Helicopter Service Comes to Escanaba
A specially designated emergency helicopter will begin providing air medical transportation to the Escanaba area on Monday, June 9th.
04/08/2014
OSF PromptCare Locations in Bloomington Seeking Subjects for Study
OSF PromptCare is seeking patients 18 years and older who currently have an abscess to participate in a research study.
10/04/2013
New Patient Safety Initiative Unveiled at OSF Saint Elizabeth
A new electronic monitoring system goes live this month within the intensive care unit (ICU) at OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center.
07/25/2013
Jump Simulation Shares Economic Impact Study Results
Development of Jump Simulation will have a major impact on the Peoria economy, according to a detailed analysis by the Bradley University.
04/30/2013
World's First Trachea Transplant Performed at Children's Hospital of Illinois
In a first-in-the-world operation, surgeons at Children's Hospital of Illinois transplanted a windpipe into a Korean toddler with a congenital abnormality.