Silver Cross Announces Medical Staff Appointments
New Lenox, IL (February 10, 2016) — Bader Almoshelli, M.D., physical medicine and rehabilitation physician, has joined the Silver Cross Medical Staff. Dr. Almoshelli attended medical school at Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood. He completed a physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. His office is located with Action Physical Therapy, 1890 Silver Cross Blvd., Ste. 425, New Lenox. To schedule an appointment, call (815) 725-4918.
Former Lincoln-Way Intern Shares Experience with Students at Silver Cross
New Lenox, IL (February 8, 2016) —When Erica Bentley participated in the Lincoln-Way High Schools’ student internship program over 15 years ago, she was so grateful to be exposed to many healthcare professions. Today, she is now a registered nurse and shift coordinator in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Silver Cross Hospital, and is thrilled to share her experience with the current Lincoln-Way East High School student interns.
Silver Cross Healthy Community Commission offers Healthcare Scholarships to Local Residents
New Lenox, IL (Feb 3, 2016)— The Silver Cross Healthy Community Commission is pleased to offer healthcare scholarships for individuals who reside in zip codes 60432, 60433, 60436, and the Lockport Grade School District #89.
Find Relief from Pelvic Pain
Silver Cross Hospital will host an expert panel discussion for women with pelvic pain March 23
New Lenox, IL (Feb. 2, 2016) Are you one of the thousands of women suffering from pelvic pain for more than six months? If so, learn how to treat the condition by attending a free Girl Talk: Pelvic Pain program at Silver Cross Hospital.
Silver Cross Heart Screening offers Peace of Mind
New Lenox, IL (February 4, 2016)— Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States. More than twice as many women die of heart disease and stroke than all forms of cancer combined – even breast! For 52 year-old Rose Stroemer, she wanted to avoid becoming another statistic especially since she has a history of heart disease in her family. So she decided to get a Baseline Risk Cardiac Assessment at Silver Cross Hospital.