Lincoln-Way Student Interns Raise Funds Benefitting Silver Cross
Joliet, IL (April 21, 2011)— Lincoln-Way East High School students along with Scott Fletcher, Dean of Students and teacher for the Human Anatomy & Physiology class at Lincoln-Way East, presented Larry Johnson, Vice President of Foundation at Silver Cross Hospital with a check for $385 from money the students raised during a raffle ticket drawing they held for Silver Cross Hospital. These funds will be placed in the Vera Smith Grant fund to be used for staff education.
Silver Cross Offers Support Groups in May
Joliet, IL (April 22, 2011)— Silver Cross Hospital will host a free Bipolar Disease Support Group for individuals and family members coping with bipolar disease on Tuesdays, May 10 and 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Specialty Care Pavilion lobby located on the Silver Cross Hospital campus, 1300 Copperfield Ave., Joliet. New participants should call 1-888-660-HEAL (4325) or visit www.silvercross.org to register to attend.
Silver Cross Offers Childbirth Education Classes in May
Joliet, IL (April 20, 2011)— Silver Cross offers an array of classes to help new parents prepare and expect the best from their birthing experience in the hospital’s beautiful birthing suites. For more information or to register for one or more Childbirth Classes, visit www.silvercross.org or call 1-888-660-HEAL (4325).
Silver Cross Employees Raise Over $6,000 for Bowl for Kid’s Sake Campaign
Joliet, IL (April 20, 2011) — For the ninth consecutive year, 11 teams of employees from Silver Cross Hospital raised over $6,000 and participated in the Bowl for Kids Sake campaign, which is largest national fundraising campaign for the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization. Funds raised for this event will support programs to help kids in the Will and Grundy communities.
Shield Yourself from Skin Cancer
Silver Cross offers Free Skin Cancer Screenings in May
Joliet, IL (April 19, 2011)— With summer around the corner, it is important to remember to practice proper sun protection and understand the risks of skin cancer - the most common type of cancer. The American Cancer Society estimates more than 2 million new skin cancers will be diagnosed this year alone.