Revolutionary Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Performed at Silver Cross Hospital
New Lenox, IL (February 13, 2013) — Silver Cross Hospitalis now performing another revolutionary procedure - oncoplastic breast surgery, which combines the latest plastic surgery techniques with breast surgical oncology. For 46 year-old Hope Barrera having oncoplastic breast surgery enabled her to have her cancerous tissue removed while conserving as much of her breast tissue as possible.
Silver Cross Hospital Supports Lincoln-Way Student Intern Program
New Lenox, IL (February 12, 2013) — Three mornings a week for 10 weeks, 23 Lincoln-Way East High School students set aside their text books and came to Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox for real-life lessons. The free program offers a valuable experience and great opportunity for seniors enrolled in human anatomy and physiology class allowing them real insight into medical careers.
Renowned Stroke Specialist to Talk about New Treatment Options Feb. 19 at Silver Cross
(Feb. 5, 2012)—Each year, nearly 800,000 Americans suffer a new or recurrent stroke. That means on average, a stroke occurs every 40 seconds. Time is brain, so it’s critically important that treatment be started fast. But knowing who to turn to for help and recovery can be just as critical. Fortunately, you now have access to the one of the best neuroscience teams in the world nearby at the Silver Cross Neuroscience Institute.
Silver Cross Recognizes “Top Docs” for Outstanding Patient Satisfaction
26 Physicians Rank in the top 1% of hospitals nationwide
New Lenox, IL (Feb. 5, 2013)— Silver Cross recently recognized 26 physicians on the hospital’s medical staff for outstanding patient satisfaction from October 2011 through September 2012.
New Lenox Woman Finds Relief after a Robotic Hysterectomy at Silver Cross Hospital
Dr. Nahla Merhi will host a free program on Hysterectomy Options on February 5
New Lenox, IL (January 31, 2013)— For over a year, New Lenox resident Jennifer Ujka suffered with severe cramps and excessive bleeding for seven days during her monthly menstrual cycle. Her extreme bleeding eventually caused her to become anemic. In addition, she had incontinence issues. Fortunately after discovering the cause of her illnesses, Jennifer found immediate relief after having robotic surgery at Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox.