In addition to all available seats only costing $6, on August 6 game attendees will also be able to participate in a raffle for $100 savings bonds from First Midwest Bank, activities and games to win a variety of prizes. To purchase tickets, stop by the Silver Cross Field Box Office or call (815) 726-BALL. Don’t miss the fun and lots of special surprises!
“We are very proud to be partners with the award winning Silver Cross Hospital,” states Jamie Toole, General Manager of the Joliet JackHammers. “We wanted to join in the celebration and what better way than to get our fans involved with the discounted admission. Silver Cross has been a great partner from the start and we salute them and their accomplishments.”
Thomson Reuters Healthcare is a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare. The award recognizes hospitals that have achieved excellence in clinical outcomes, patient safety, patient satisfaction, financial performance and operational efficiency. Silver Cross (www.silvercross.org) is the only hospital in Illinois to win the award for all of the last six years.
According to Thomson Reuters Healthcare, only 5 hospitals in the nation have been recognized as a “100 Top Hospitals” winner for the last 6 consecutive years. And only 55 of the nation’s 5,000 hospitals have received the award six or more times.
Click here, for more information about 100 Top Hospital care at Silver Cross.
For the 6th straight year, Silver Cross Hospital was named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters Healthcare, a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare.
Silver Cross Hospital has brought more of its “Top 100″ award-winning services to Homer Glen and the surrounding communities with a Health Center at 143rd St. and Bell Rd.
But what does being a Top 100 hospital mean for you? Watch the video below to find out!
The nation’s best rehabilitative care is available at Silver Cross through RIC partnership
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC), a global leader in comprehensive rehabilitation care and home to the nation’s largest center for research in rehabilitation medicine, has been recently recognized as the first and only specialty hospital in the nation to be ranked #1 for 20 consecutive years.
The rankings, reported in the July 27th “Best Hospitals” issue of U.S. News & World Report, are based on a survey of board-certified physiatrists (physicians who specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation).
Earlier this year, Silver Cross and RIC joined together to expand post-acute physical medicine and rehabilitation services in Will County and the southwest Chicagoland communities. The new partnership provides world-class rehabilitation care for a range of conditions for patients close to home.
For more information about RIC at Silver Cross, click here!
Simply present your I Matter card at time of purchase to receive your unlimited discounts. Best of all, you can use your discount card all year long!
Don’t have a discount card? Has your card expired? Simply call Silver Cross Guest Services at (815) 740-7076 to schedule your annual mammogram* or baseline heart screening or click here to request an appointment today. When you come in for your first screening, you will receive a blue I Matter card good for 5% off at local businesses. And when you come in for your second screening within 12 months, you will be upgraded to a yellow 10% card.
Both screenings are available through the Silver Cross Center for Women’s Health at the replacement hospital campus in New Lenox, IL.
A preventative health screening and a little shopping: It’s a win-win!
*A physician’s order is required. If you don’t have a regular physician, click here for a free referral.
Posted on : 07-01-2010 | By : tsimons | In : Events
The Celebration of Health took place on Friday, June 18. Unfortunately, around the time the Celebration began was around the time one of the season’s biggest storms hit the area. With the inclement weather, the event didn’t go quite as planned, but we still got plenty out of the day.
To all attendees and our business partners, thank you for turning what could have been a disastrous night into a memorable one. Here’s hoping next year’s Celebration is aided by sunlight and clear skies!