Taylorville Memorial Hospital is featured in Memorial Health System’s 2012 annual report, which is now available to the public online.
Visitors to ChooseMemorial.org/AnnualReport can click and view information in several categories: Letter to the Community, Featured Stories, News, Community Benefit, Financials and Leadership. They can also review information grouped by each of the health system’s six patient care affiliates.
“Taylorville Memorial Hospital and our health system’s five other patient care affiliates provide a full range of inpatient, outpatient, home health, home hospice, behavioral health and primary care physician services,” Dan Raab, president and CEO of Taylorville Memorial Hospital, said. “This user-friendly version of our annual report allows people to quickly access the information of greatest interest to them.”
Highlights of the annual report include:
· A series of patient profiles, including Jim McCoy and his experience at Taylorville Memorial Hospital as he received monthly infusion treatments to help sustain a healthy immune system to treat a chronic medical condition.
· Details about the nonprofit health system providing more than $107.7 million in unreimbursed services, including $3.2 million in community benefits provided by Taylorville Memorial Hospital to the citizens of Christian County.
· News stories appearing throughout the report include developments at the Taylorville hospital. These include the 13 percent increase in visits to the new Emergency Department; the installation of a new and upgraded MRI, which allows for new procedures to be performed, shorter exam times and higher resolution images; and the launching of Telestroke technology at Taylorville Memorial.
The annual report is for fiscal year 2012, which ended Sept. 30, 2012. A link to a printer-friendly version of the annual report is available on the annual report’s home page.
“Our annual report provides an informative review of how Taylorville Memorial Hospital and Memorial Health System’s other patient care affiliates fulfill our mission to improve the health of the people and communities we serve,” Raab said.
The health system’s other affiliates are Memorial Medical Center of Springfield, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln, Memorial Home Services, Memorial Physician Services and Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois.