St. Margaret’s Health is the first local hospital to offer Stryker’s robotic-arm assisted total knee application for use with its Mako System. This latest advancement in joint replacement surgery transforms the way total knee replacements are performed. This system can also be used for partial knee and total hip replacement.
We are proud to announce that St. Margaret’s Family Birthing Centre recently accepted the Gold Award for Quality from the Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative. The award celebrates the work we have done towards the Maternal Hypertension Initiative.
Here are the opportunities for doctors we have available:
- Family Medicine
Thank you for your interest in career opportunities at St. Margaret’s Health.
There’s so many reasons for you to consider becoming part of our medical staff family:
- State-of-the-art hospital, with 44 acute care beds.
- We currently employ a multi-specialty group of 24 highly skilled, board certified physicians and 10 mid-level providers.
- Outpatient Only Practice
- Competitive salary with production based bonus formula for good income potential.
- Sign on bonus.
- Comprehensive benefit package which includes malpractice, health, dental, life, and disability insurances; vacation; CME with expense allowance; Defined Contribution with 401K, 403B and 457B retirement plans; relocation allowance, and professional licensure and dues.
- As an employed physician, you would have access to educational loan repayment opportunity as well!
There are opportunities to earn additional income, above your clinic salary. Those include:
- Nursery/Peds inpatient call coverage (1 in 6).
- Ability to participate in the Adult Hospitalist program.
- Ability to participate in the ER Physician rotation
- Urgent Care Coverage
What’s made you sick?
Antibiotics only treat bacterial infections. Viral illnesses cannot be treated with antibiotics. When an antibiotic is not prescribed, ask your healthcare professional for tips on how to relieve symptoms and feel better.
The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following: Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and updates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.
The Nursing/Patient Care Coordinator reports to the V.P. of Nursing. It is this individual’s responsibility to assure that holistic patient care is delivered, which is in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a safe, respectful, individualized manner.
Responsible for delivery and set-up of equipment (oxygen tanks, respiratory care devices, beds, wheelchairs, hospital beds, etc.) from the DME department to patient/client homes.
St. Margaret’s Hospital is among only 33 hospitals in IL to attain an A from Leapfrog for Patient Safety this fall.
St. Margaret’s Hospital is an Emergent Stroke Ready Hospital
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recognizes St. Margaret’s Hospital as an Emergent Stroke Ready Hospital within the state of Illinois. We are capable of providing quality stroke care and assisting in the delivery of care within the State of Illinois. This certification ensures that stroke patients of the Illinois Valley receive the right care, in the safest environment, when it matters most. As an Emergent Stroke Ready Hospital (ESRH), we diagnose, treat, and transport acute stroke patients to a higher level of care if needed. ESRHs must continually authenticate with IDPH their continue compliance with the required ESRH criteria to ensure the hospital satisfies these requirements 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Want to Say Thank You to Your Nurse?
The DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award is an international recognition program that honors and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care nurses provide every day.
The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of the auto-immune disease ITP in 1999. During his hospitalization, they deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to Patrick and his entire family. When he died, they felt compelled to say “thank you” to nurses in a very public way.