Ottawa, Illinois News
Tom Hammerton, President of OSF Healthcare Foundation, recently announced the promotion of Wendy Mitchell to Executive Director of the Foundation.
High school seniors from Marquette Academy, Ottawa Township High School, Seneca High School, and Serena High School receive awards at hospital banquet.
OSF Saint Paul Medical Center, the newest member of the OSF Healthcare System, was welcomed into the Ministry April 1, 2015.
Ken Beutke will serve as Interim President for OSF Saint Elizabeth starting March 23, succeeding Bob Chaffin who served the last 10 years as President and CEO.
Local hospital commended for helping to raise the standards of health care nationwide, and demonstrating they’ve made the well-being of patients a top priority.
Data demonstrates hospitalists provide better quality of care and patient satisfaction when compared to traditional care by primary physicians in the hospital.
OSF Saint Elizabeth is pleased to unveil to the communities it serves a new sleep center, nephrology clinic, 3D mammography, and new pediatricians.
The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care.
Mendota Community Hospital has signed a Letter of Intent to affiliate with OSF Healthcare System, one of the largest integrated systems in Illinois.
The ACR gold seal of accreditation represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety. It is awarded only to facilities meeting ACR Standards.