Silver Cross Launches ICE App for iPhone
Joliet, IL (May 31, 2011)--To its owner, the mobile phone is an indispensable lifeline at times of crisis, reuniting loved ones separated by unforeseen events at the touch of a button. But for emergency responders making life-and-death decisions, the phone poses a conundrum: Which of the numbers stored in its electronic address book should they call to reach your next of kin?
Silver Cross Founders Still Active in Hospital’s Mission
Joliet, IL (May 25, 2011)—Founded in 1890, the Will County Union of King’s Daughters and Sons continues to support the dream and project started by a small group of local women over a century ago—to build Silver Cross Hospital. Today, the Union is comprised of 101 men and women in 8 circles.
Silver Cross Hospital Celebrates Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Joliet, IL (May 24, 2011)— Silver Cross Hospital acknowledged Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers for their hard work and dedication to the community with a cookout outside the Emergency Department in celebration of National Emergency Medical Services Week (May 22-28).
Local Woman Regains new Freedom after Incontinence Treatment with RIC at Silver Cross
Joliet, IL (May 23, 2011) — Have you ever not quite made it to the bathroom in time? If so, you’re not alone. Urinary incontinence affects millions of women in the U.S. Like many other women nationwide, Joliet resident Anita Matichak, discovered that her urinary incontinence was worsening over the last couple of years. Fortunately, she was able to find simple solutions that greatly improved this problem enabling her to regain her sense of freedom.
Safely Celebrate Memorial Day
Joliet, IL (May 22, 2011)— As the end of May draws closer, everyone anxiously awaits the arrival of the Memorial Day holiday to enjoy a three-day weekend relaxing with family and friends barbequing ala beachside to kick-off the start of the summer season. But holidays can pose a safety risk to many. The most dangerous holidays in terms of injuries is the five-day period surrounding Labor Day, followed by Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Halloween.