Princeton, Illinois News

Perry Memorial Hospital and OSF HealthCare Communications Update
Perry Memorial Hospital, the City of Princeton, and OSF HealthCare teams are currently focused on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Perry is Proactive and Prepared
Perry Memorial Hospital has an emergency response plan in place which we update daily based on the evolving situation with the COVID-19 national emergency.
Healthcare Continues Amidst "Stay at Home" Order
On Friday, March 20, Governor Pritzker announced a mandatory Stay at Home order, starting March 21, 2020 at 5 p.m. until April 7.
Civic Celebration for the Future of Community Health
The Perry Memorial Hospital Foundation started the festivities with the Living Legacy Memorial Wall reveal.
City Council Education
Princeton City Council educational sessions regarding the hospital’s strategic planning process were held in public meetings from March to May 2019, led by Ann…
Dr. Godbole's Retires After 40 Years
After forty years of practice, Dr. Godbole laid down his stethoscope and plans to give his surgical hands a well-deserved rest. On February 28, Dr. Godbole cel…
Perry Consultation with Kaufman Hall
In 2018, Perry received a grant from the State of Illinois as part of the Medicaid Hospital Assessment Program. The grant was provided to help hospitals identi…
Heath Care Partnerships as a Strategy for Success
The healthcare industry is changing, and healthcare systems including Perry Memorial Hospital are evaluating how to address their sustainability and growth.
New Security and Safety System at Perry
Effective February 10, 2020 Perry Memorial Hospital is implementing a new access and security control system for the entire hospital. The purpose of this new …
Perry Memorial Hospital and OSF HealthCare to Begin Due Diligence
The Perry Memorial Hospital Board has approved the pursuit of a non-binding Letter of Intent (LOI) to affiliate with OSF HealthCare through a transfer of owner…