A passion for caring for communities drives Illinois hospitals to do more. IHA supports their efforts to improve lives—as care providers, job creators, innovators and more.
Improving health within hospitals and beyond their walls—that’s what Illinois hospitals are doing every day to enhance individual health and community well-being. By providing $5.8 billion in community benefits, hospitals are serving the most vulnerable and communities as a whole. They're also developing programs and partnerships focused on wellness and access to care.
Illinois hospitals and health systems play a critical and irreplaceable role in the health of patients, communities and local economies.
Illinois receives less federal funding per Medicaid beneficiary than any other state and has one of the lowest Medicaid matching rates in the country.
Organ donation was something Kewanee resident Mario Massens always wanted to do, but only fate could decide if he would get the chance. Pekin Times
Two area health providers are receiving federal funding to help them expand their behavioral-health services. Press Gazette
This means Morris Hospital has the necessary resources, including personnel and equipment, to diagnose and treat severely injured patients at all hours around the clock. The Herald-News