Silver Cross Replacement Hospital Nearly Complete
New Lenox, IL (August 4, 2011)—The hospital opens in February 2012 near Route 6 and Interstate 355 in New Lenox. Hospital officials said about 95 percent of construction is complete.
Always Gotta Go? We have your solution.
Joliet, IL (August 3, 2011)—Urinary (or bladder) incontinence is when you are not able to keep urine from leaking from your urethra, the tube that carries urine out of your body from your bladder. Everyday, women are living in shame and fear of their next urge because they don’t understand why this is happening.
Silver Cross Hospital Honors 500 Club Volunteers
Joliet, IL (August 3, 2011)—At a recent luncheon Silver Cross Hospital honored members of the 500 Club Volunteers who graciously donated 500 or more hours of their time in a 12 month period by working in various departments within Silver Cross Hospital.
Silver Cross Making Imaging Services More Convenient in New Hospital
New Imaging Equipment coming to New Lenox Replacement Hospital Campus Feb. 2012
Joliet, IL (July 28, 2011)—A 100 Top Hospital in the Nation for the past seven years, Silver Cross continues to make the experience even better for imaging patients and their family members. As Silver Cross gears up to open a 304-bed replacement hospital at I-355 and Route 6 in New Lenox, they are bringing in state-of-the-art imaging equipment and placing the new technology in key locations throughout the 70-acre campus.
Silver Cross Stroke Patient Committed to Collecting Toys for Will County Kids
Joliet, IL (July 25, 2011) — After suffering from two small strokes in the last year and undergoing months of extensive therapy at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) at Silver Cross Hospital, Patricia “Pat” Heeg refuses to let her illness stop her from collecting toys for the children of Will County. For the past three years, Heeg has been President of the Reindeer Toy Run, which is hosted by the American Legion Post #13 in Plainfield, where she organizes a 100-mile motorcycle run. All proceeds for the event go to the children in Will County whose parents can’t afford to buy Christmas gifts.