Memorial Medical Center is accepting applications for exhibitors to participate in its sixth annual Be Aware Women’s Fair in October.
Register for the TMH "Lose to Win" challenge! Prize money is awarded at the end of this weight-loss incentive program to the individuals and team that lose the most weight during the program. Weight loss is measured by percentage of weight lost, not pounds.
A community open house will begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 17, for the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, at the intersection of Rutledge and Miller streets on the Memorial Medical Center campus.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital is accepting applications for a free, three-day summer camp for high school students interested in a nursing career.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital announced updates to its website, TaylorvilleMemorial.org, that include changes to navigation and look and feel.
Gifts from generous donors have allowed Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation the opportunity to present recipients in our community scholarships on an annual basis.
Memorial Health System's annual report is now available to the public online.
Raedena Ryan has been named the new executive director of the Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation,
When you consider a gift, think about keeping Taylorville Memorial Hospital and TMH Foundation strong, so that we can continue to provide quality healthcare services to the citizens of Christian County.
Kimbery L. Bourne, system director of patient safety for Memorial Health System, has been named the new president and CEO of Taylorville Memorial Hospital.
When Erma Tester's husband, Everett, passed away after 63 years of marriage in the fall of 2012, the grief was overwhelming.
The Illinois Department of Public Health has named Taylorville Memorial Hospital an Emergent Stroke Ready Hospital - one of an estimated 20 critical-access hospitals in the state to receive the designation.
Memorial Home Services Hospice will offer training in October to people who are interested in serving as volunteers.
Charles Callahan, senior vice president and chief quality officer for Memorial Health System, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective April 1.
Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville has cleared all regulatory approvals and has become the fourth hospital to join Memorial Health System.