Iroquois Memorial Hospital
Opened its doors to the public in 1916, Iroquois Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit organization serving the residents in a bi-state - east-central Illinois and west-central Indiana. This hospital dedicated to John L. Donovan is situated in Watseka, Illinois. It is accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO).
With 49 staffed beds and 80 physicians, Iroquois Memorial provides a full range of medical specialties, comprehensive acute care as well as primary care and paramedic level pre-hospital services. The hospitalís 24-hour emergency department is staffed with specially trained ER physicians, nurses and technicians.
A variety of wellness programs are available including women's health, smoking cessation, first aid and CPR. The Iroquois Resident Home, established in 1958, offers skilled nursing for long term and short term stays, as well as, respite and overnight care.
Off-campus primary medical services are provided in 5 Satellite Clinics located in the Illinois communities of Cissna Park, Gilman and Milford and the Indiana communities of Goodland and Kentland.
Iroquois Memorial Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.Address: 200 Fairman Avenue , Watseka
Number of Beds: 0
Total Staff : 0
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