OSF HealthCare 2014

OSF Responds to Illinois Pregnancy Fairness Bill
On January, 1, 2015, employees who are experiencing medical conditions due to pregnancy or childbirth will have additional protections.
Heart Failure Hospitalizations Jump After the Holidays
According to a recent study, in the days following Christmas (December 26-29) there is a 14 percent increase in hospital admission rates for heart failure.
OSF Welcomes New Members to Legal Team
OSF HealthCare is pleased to welcome two experienced lawyers to its Ministry Services team.
The Drive for Miracles Radiothon Raises $446K for Children’s Hospital of Illinois
The Drive for Miracles Radiothon benefitting programs and services at Children’s Hospital of Illinois raised $446,598 — the largest Radiothon total to date. ...
OSF Rehabilitation Services Receives FOTO Outcomes Excellence Certificate
The Rehabilitation Departments at OSF Saint James and OSF St. Joseph have been awarded an Outcomes Excellence Certificate from Focus On Therapeutic Outcomes,...
OSF HealthCare Names New President of OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
OSF HealthCare and the Governing Board of The Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis are pleased to announce Michael Cruz, MD has been selected to serve a...
Ochs Honored By Economic Development Council
The Greater Livingston County Economic Development Council (GLCEDC) has honored David T. Ochs with its first GLCEDC Community Leadership Award.
U.S. Hospitals Make Fewer Errors; 50,000 Lives Saved
Throughout 2014, OSF St. Joseph has been recognized with a variety of awards and designations, all pertaining to the safety and quality of care we provide.
UnitedHealthcare Participants Receive Access to OSF
Illinois residents enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s employer-sponsored and individual benefit plans now have access to care provided by OSF HealthCare.
OSF St. Francis Achieves National Recognition as Top Hospital
For the third consecutive year, OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group has been named a Top Rural Hospital by the Leapfrog Group.