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02/20/2014
Emergency Department at OSF Saint James Earns Award
OSF Saint James has been named as one of the 2014 America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience in Emergency Care by WomenCertified, Inc.
02/19/2014
OSF Saint James Offers Playgroup
OSF Saint James has openings available in the Transitions Playgroup for any child ages 2.5 - 3 years old.
02/14/2014
Seven Patients Transported to OSF St. Joseph from I-55 Wreck
OSF St. Joseph is currently treating seven patients from the car wreck that occurred on I-55 involving approximately 40 vehicles.
02/13/2014
OSF Saint James Emergency Department Enhancements
Recent enhancements to the OSF Saint James Emergency Department include changes to its comfort and security features.
02/11/2014
OSF Saint Francis Becomes First Downstate Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Illinois are now home to the first state designated Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in downstate ...
02/07/2014
Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing Named One of Best Online Graduate Programs
Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing has been named one of the Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs by U.S. News & World Reports.
02/03/2014
OSF Sisters Clinic and Heartland Community Health Clinic Merge
OSF Sisters Community Health Care Center, UICOMP, and Heartland Community Health Clinic are pleased to announce the two community health clinics are now one.
01/31/2014
OSF St. Joseph Foundation Hosts an Extravaganza of Beer, Wine, and Food
The OSF St. Joseph Foundation will be hosting its 19th annual World Tour fundraising event on Friday, February 21, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
01/31/2014
OSF Home Care Announces New CNO
In January 2014, Lois Bentler-Lampe joined OSF Home Care Services as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) and Vice President of Clinical Operations.
01/30/2014
“A Gift from the Heart” Blood Drive in Memory of Matthew “MAC” Carlson
OSF St. Joseph and the American Red Cross are hosting a blood drive to help replenish the dwindling supply of blood.