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Health Partnerships

At Taylorville Memorial Hospital, we’re committed to the health of the communities we serve. As part of that commitment, we partner with other non-profit health organizations to bring you health education, screenings, and other important activities vital to maintaining a lifestyle.

Central Illinois Community Blood Center

The Central Illinois Community Blood Center provides blood and blood components (plasma and platelets) to sixteen area hospitals, including Taylorville Memorial Hospital.  Blood drives are held six times a year in the TMH Janice Hopper Auditorium.

Christian County Health Department

Taylorville Memorial Hospital partners with the Christian County Health Department to provide reporting on health issues and community education. To learn more about the Christian County Health Department, please visit their web site.

Christian County Mental Health Association

Taylorville Memorial Hospital partners with Christian County Mental Health to provide mental health services for patients. To learn more about CCMHA, please visit their web site.

Christian County Prevention Coalition

The mission and purpose of the Christian County Prevention Coalition is to work for a community free of abuse by our youth of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs by mobilizing the community through education, support of programs that reduce risk or enhance protection, advocating changes in local policies that beneficially decrease risk and modify settings, and promoting positive family communication.

Gift of Hope

Saving Sight

Taylorville Memorial Hospital participates in eye/tissue/organ donations with Saving Sight and the Gift of Hope Organ and Tissue Donor Network. To learn more about eye/tissue/organ donation, please visit their respective web sites.

National Kidney Foundation of Illinois

Once a year, Taylorville Memorial Hospital partners with the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois to provide free screenings that include blood pressure, blood sugar, BMI, waist circumference, urinalysis and blood draw.  A health care professional is available to discuss results.