Bloomington, Illinois General News
OSF St. Joseph Medical Center conducted a pandemic drill to test our ability to funnel staff members, screen, and inoculate employees.
As the local sponsor of the Go Red For Women campaign, OSF St. Joseph is invested in educating women on their risk factors of heart disease and stroke.
OSF St. Joseph, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, McLean County Health Department, and United Way of McLean County are joining together to conduct a Community...
Throughout the month of June, OSF PromptCare clinics in Bloomington-Normal will celebrate the 20th anniversary.
Brian Hamm, DPM, will be joining OSF Medical Group – College Avenue Podiatry on April 12, 2015.
OSF St. Joseph has partnered with Project Oz and BN Parents to provide local high schools an additional resource to reduce underage drinking.
Brian Schrock, PA, will be joining OSF Medical Group – College Avenue Orthopedics on April 13, 2015.
Test results came back negative for the two patients screened for measles on Sunday, March 15, at OSF PromptCare at the Center for Health at Fort Jesse.
On Sunday, March 15, OSF PromptCare at the Center for Health at Fort Jesse tested two patients, a mother and daughter, for measles.
Stroke has dropped from the nation’s fourth-leading cause of death to the fifth, according to new federal statistics.