The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation recently received a generous donation from the Christian County Clover 4-H Club in support of the Emergency Department’s Comfort Closet.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital and the Christian County Health Department are seeking input from the public to assess the health needs of the residents of Christian County.
Pending approval from the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board, Taylorville Memorial Hospital will begin construction in June on a two-story, approximately 97,000-square-foot building that will replace most of the current hospital.
Memorial Medical Center, HSHS St. John’s Hospital and the Sangamon County Department of Public Health are once again collaborating on a project to assess the health needs of the residents of Sangamon County.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital’s Senior Life Solutions program will soon host a free bi-weekly coffee group for seniors.
The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation is seeking donations for its annual appeal to help fund community health outreach initiatives.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital’s Senior Life Solutions program will soon be hosting a monthly seminar “Marketing for Seniors”. This seminar is geared for anyone who works or interacts with the senior community.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital employees have embraced the holiday spirit by collecting donations for several local entities.
Memorial Health System is seeking volunteers to crochet or knit tiny red hats for babies born in February.
The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation has graciously accepted a $10,000 grant from the Bertrand Hopper Memorial Foundation in support of its newly developed Healthcare Careers Scholarship program. The Healthcare Careers Scholarship program will aid students who are interested in studying healthcare and will work at TMH upon degree completion.
Illinois is experiencing a severe flu season, with many people experiencing flu-like symptoms throughout Illinois, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation announced the recipients of the Carolyn M. Butterfield Trust Nursing Scholarship and the John H. Butterfield Trust Agriculture and Nutrition Scholarship at its Signature Event fundraiser “Gifts of the Season” on Saturday, December 2 at the Pillars Event Center in Taylorville.
As part of the American Heart Association's Little Hats, Big Hearts campaign, Memorial Health System is seeking volunteers to crochet or knit tiny red hats for babies born in February.
Taylorville Memorial Hospital has been recognized for overall excellence in quality, placing its performance in the top 25 percent of the nation's rural hospitals.
The Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation will be hosting its annual Signature Event titled “Gifts of the Season” on Saturday, December 2 at The Pillars Event Center. Long-time event co-chairs Mary McNeely and Penny Bliler celebrate their fifth year of planning the event which promises to be a night to remember with a social hour at 6 p.m. followed by a welcome and plated dinner at 7 p.m. Music will be provided by acoustic duo “Lowder and Manning”.