Ingalls Memorial Hospital
Ingalls Memorial Hospital
Founded:
1974

Ingalls Memorial Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital located in Harvey, Illinois, a south suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Ingalls is a secular establishment. Wikipedia

Ingalls Memorial Hospital
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Ingalls Memorial Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital located in Harvey, Illinois, a south suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Ingalls is a secular establishment. Wikipedia

Founded:
1974
  • What's your New Year's resolution for 2018? Leave us a comment! Here's to a happy, healthy and safe New Year from your friends at Ingalls.
  • IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PATIENTS AND VISITORS Due to increased #flu activity in the area, please do not visit friends or loved ones in the hospital if you are experiencing "flu" symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or muscle/body aches. If you are ill and must visit, please ask for a mask and wear it at all times. For all healthy visitors, please: * Wash or sanitize hands when arriving, before touching a patient and after leaving the patient's room. * Always cover your cough with your elbow or a tissue. * Clean your hands after coughing or sneezing. Thank you for understanding and helping us keep our patients safe.
  • The #shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body with a wide range of motion. If you've ever suffered a shoulder injury, you know just how painful -- and limiting -- it can be. Learn about treatment options with orthopaedic surgeon and shoulder expert Dr. Phillip Nigro. Click on the link to watch a short video. https://www.ingalls.org/videos/55042632
  • When Lalita Isbell took her first ambulance ride earlier this year, she admits the experience was a bit unsettling. The 65-year-old University Park woman was on her way from the University of Chicago Medical Center in Hyde Park to the Center for Rehabilitative Medicine at Ingalls for treatment of near-crippling neuropathy in her legs and feet. At Ingalls, rehabilitation specialists developed a treatment plan that included daily exercise and had Lalita fitted for leg braces to help her regain the ability to walk. The entire team was great," she said. "I cant even begin to tell you. They pushed me forward, and kept me going. By the time she was discharged nearly two weeks later, Lalita was walking again with the help of a walker; her goal is to regain even more independence, resume driving and pick up where she left off. I cant say enough good things about UCMC or Ingalls, she adds. Im getting stronger every day. For more information about rehabilitation services, visit our website at www.Ingalls.org.

What's your New Year's resolution for 2018? Leave us a comment! Here's to a happy, healthy and safe New Year from your friends at Ingalls.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PATIENTS AND VISITORS Due to increased #flu activity in the area, please do not visit friends or loved ones in the hospital if you are experiencing "flu" symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or muscle/body aches. If you are ill and must visit, please ask for a mask and wear it at all times. For all healthy visitors, please: * Wash or sanitize hands when arriving, before touching a patient and after leaving the patient's room. * Always cover your cough with your elbow or a tissue. * Clean your hands after coughing or sneezing. Thank you for understanding and helping us keep our patients safe.

The #shoulder is the most flexible joint in the body with a wide range of motion. If you've ever suffered a shoulder injury, you know just how painful -- and limiting -- it can be. Learn about treatment options with orthopaedic surgeon and shoulder expert Dr. Phillip Nigro. Click on the link to watch a short video. https://www.ingalls.org/videos/55042632

When Lalita Isbell took her first ambulance ride earlier this year, she admits the experience was a bit unsettling. The 65-year-old University Park woman was on her way from the University of Chicago Medical Center in Hyde Park to the Center for Rehabilitative Medicine at Ingalls for treatment of near-crippling neuropathy in her legs and feet. At Ingalls, rehabilitation specialists developed a treatment plan that included daily exercise and had Lalita fitted for leg braces to help her regain the ability to walk. The entire team was great," she said. "I cant even begin to tell you. They pushed me forward, and kept me going. By the time she was discharged nearly two weeks later, Lalita was walking again with the help of a walker; her goal is to regain even more independence, resume driving and pick up where she left off. I cant say enough good things about UCMC or Ingalls, she adds. Im getting stronger every day. For more information about rehabilitation services, visit our website at www.Ingalls.org.

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