Ingalls Memorial Hospital
HARVEY | A new innovation at Ingalls Memorial Hospital is not inside the hospital but on top.
The Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey has a rooftop garden that is supplying vegetables to three Harvey food pantries.
HARVEY | Thanks to careful tending, and an abundance of rain and sunshine over the last few weeks, a colorful array of vegetables are thriving in the month-old rooftop garden at Ingalls Memorial Hospital.
HARVEY | Three Harvey firefighters were sent to a local hospital Tuesday night after a roof on a burning building collapsed on them.
GLENWOOD | Trustee Terry Campbell will play a key role in a "Babypalooza" event taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Ingalls Memorial Hospital, in Harvey.
Ingalls Health System announces upcoming health programs in the month of May.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP | Porter Health Care System will host a candlelight vigil at 6:30 p.m. tonight on the front lawn of Porter Regional Hospital, in recognition of National Nurses Week.
MERRILLVILLE | Brian Hansen, a two-time Olympian in long track speedskating who lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago, will appear at an upcoming health and wellness expo.
Alcoholism can destroy a liver. Heroin needles can spread HIV. And cocaine can stop a beating heart.
Community Hospital in Munster and Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey have been ranked among the top hospitals in the country.
HARVEY | The fifth-grade class of Sherwood School in Highland Park recently made a donation of $2,014.35 to the Richard K. Desser, M.D., Memorial Fund of Ingalls Memorial Hospital’s development foundation.
Fifth-grader Bennett Crane, grandson of the late Richard K. Desser, M.D., helped mobilize a school fundraiser for Ingalls Memorial Hospital's Desser Memorial Fund. Pictured are, from left, Bennett's mother Jodi Desser Crane, Bennett, his sister Allison, brother David, and his grandmother and…
It's been 90 years since a two-story brick building rose up from prairie grasses to serve the health needs of people in Chicago's south suburbs.
HARVEY | Ingalls Memorial Hospital and Jeannette Landowski, of Glenwood, share quite a bit in common.
The maternity staff at Ingalls Memorial Hospital recently celebrated the 90th birthday of Jeannette Landowski, the very first baby born at Ingalls when it opened its doors back in 1923.
Jeannette Landowski, of Glenwood, the first baby born at Ingalls back in 1923, receives birthday wishes, complete with a birthday cake, from Kurt Johnson, president/chief executive officer of Ingalls, center, and Michael Hicks, senior vice president and chief operating officer.
Cancer clinical trials offer new ways to prevent, detect and treat cancer, giving participants access to cutting-edge treatments not yet available to the general patient population.
Although treatment for leukemia can be complicated and the cure success rate can vary based on a patient’s age and overall health, oncologists are hopeful that recent strides in treatment may have an impact on a countless number of patients.
CROWN POINT | The Burrell Cancer Center at Franciscan St. Anthony Health hospital in Crown Point will offer free prostate cancer screenings, which will include protein-specific antigen blood testing and a digital rectal exam.
TINLEY PARK | Ingalls Memorial Hospital will host The Fall Reveal, its 15th annual fashion show, Sept. 18, at the Odyssey Country Club in Tinley Park.
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