Springfield Memorial HospitalFormerly known as Memorial Medical Center

Since 1970, Memorial has been a teaching hospital affiliated with Southern Illinois University School of Medicine for the purpose of providing clinical training for residents. Our hospital's featured services include Memorial Heart and Vascular Services, Memorial Rehab Services, Emergency Services, Family Maternity, Regional Cancer Center, Regional Burn Center, Orthopedic Services, Memorial Behavioral Services and Memorial Transplant Services. Visiting hours are from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Hours

Sunday
24 hours
Monday
24 hours
Tuesday
24 hours
Wednesday
24 hours
Thursday
24 hours
Friday
24 hours
Saturday
24 hours

Visiting hours: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

News

Roberts Named Decatur Memorial’s September Colleague of Month

DECATUR – Meghan Roberts of Mt. Zion, a critical care nurse in Decatur Memorial Hospital’s Heart Center, is the nonprofit hospital’s Colleague of the Month for September.

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Taylorville Memorial Hospital Welcomes Orthopedic Surgeon

TAYLORVILLE – Taylorville area residents who require orthopedic surgery may not have far to travel for care, thanks to the addition of an orthopedic surgeon to the specialty services and surgical teams at Taylorville Memorial Hospital.

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Golf Tournament Raises Funds to Benefit Local Cancer Patient Care

DECATUR – The South Side Country Club women’s golf league presented two checks totaling $5,090 to the Decatur Memorial Foundation to support cancer research and patient care at Decatur Memorial Hospital.

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Taylorville Memorial Foundation Names Nursing Scholarship Recipient

TAYLORVILLE –Kacey Swisher is the recipient of the 2021 Carolyn M. Butterfield Trust Nursing Scholarship awarded by the Taylorville Memorial Foundation. Swisher was awarded $1,000.

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Police Departments, Health Agencies Support Drug Take-Back Day

TAYLORVILLE – Residents in Christian County can turn in expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 23.

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