Childerguild Gives over $114,000 for Silver Cross Birthing Center
Joliet, IL (March 3, 2011)—Recently Childerguild presented Silver Cross with over $114,000 to support the hospital’s Birthing Center. For the past 100 years, the local charitable organization has donated more than $2.3 million to support women’s and children’s services at Silver Cross Hospital.
Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Life-Saving Choice for Women
Many consider it a man’s disease. Yet half of those diagnosed with colorectal cancer each year are women. And about half of those women will die from it. This cancer is highly curable if caught at an early stage. Even better, certain preventative measures can reduce risk from the disease in the first place.
KidneyMobile to visit Silver Cross, offer free screenings March 15
Joliet, IL (March 1, 2011)— Silver Cross Renal Centers in partnership with the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois and Northeast Nephrology Consultants will offer free kidney disease screenings Tuesday, March 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Specialty Care Pavilion Lobby on the Silver Cross Hospital campus, 1300 Copperfield Ave., Joliet.
Silver Cross Hospital Supports Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois and Illinois Hospital Association
Landmark Collaborative to Improve Patient Quality at Illinois Hospitals
Joliet, IL (February 28, 2011)—Silver Cross Hospital is excited to support Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) and the Illinois Hospital Association (IHA) as they join forces to reduce Illinois hospital readmissions through a new quality initiative—Preventing Readmissions through Effective Partnerships (PREP). Partnering with nationally-recognized experts from the Division of Hospital Medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the Society of Hospital Medicine, PREP will help Illinois hospitals significantly reduce the rate of patient readmissions by 2014 through the following five key initiatives:
L-W North, L-W West soccer teams raise money
New Lenox, IL (February 24, 2011)—Hoping to raise awareness about prostate cancer, the varsity boys’ soccer teams at Lincoln-Way North and Lincoln-Way West high schools recently raised $650 to support cancer treatment and research.