Eating for a Healthy Heart
Local physician offers helpful tips and gift for new patients
New Lenox, IL (May 22, 2014)—Many people know that a high-fat, high cholesterol diet increases the chances of having a heart attack, stroke or some form of cancer, but many favorite foods are high in fat and cholesterol. How can you protect yourself from heart disease and still enjoy food?
Select Silver Cross Physicians Announce Clinical Collaboration Agreement with Walgreens
Physician offices to coordinate patient care with designated Healthcare Clinics at select Walgreens
New Lenox, IL (May 21, 2014) – Select Silver Cross physicians today announced a clinical collaboration agreement with Walgreens that will provide coordinated and expanded health care services, while improving access to high-quality, convenient and affordable care for patients in Will and Southwestern Cook Counties.
Silver Cross Employees Honored for Milestone Years of Service
New Lenox, IL (May 21, 2014) – During National Hospital Week, Silver Cross Hospital honored employees who reached milestones of 5 to 50 years of service. Over 207 employees with ten or more years were honored at a special dinner at the Patrick Haley Mansion in Joliet on May 13. Employees with five years of service received a gift of their choice. The following employees were recognized for 20 or more milestone years of service:
Sore Shoulders have you Immobile? Learn How to Alleviate Pain
Orthopedic Surgeon on Staff at Silver Cross Hosts free program on June 3
New Lenox, IL (May 19, 2014)— Is the pain in your shoulder so intense that simply putting on a shirt is so excruciating? Many people don’t know the cause of their pain, and are unsure what do, so instead they continue to live in constant agony. To find relief, Silver Cross Hospital is offering a free program in June.
Observe Memorial Day Safely
New Lenox, IL (May 16, 2014)— The start of summer – Memorial Day Weekend – is upon us! After enduring such a harsh winter with record snowfalls and frigid temperatures, it is finally time to enjoy the warm weather as we honor the United States service men and women in the armed forces. But do so safely, since the highest amount of injuries occur in the five-day period surrounding Labor Day, followed by Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Halloween.