Ingalls Memorial Hospital
HARVEY | An independent health care ratings organization has ranked Ingalls Memorial Hospital in the top 5 percent of hospitals in the country for clinical performance.
Alternative treatments can have a place for treating heart disease.
Four local hospitals are limiting visitor access to patients in a move to prevent the spread of the flu, an illness that continues to sicken the nation.
Currently, some researchers are hypothesizing that our lifestyles of saturated fats, too many sweets and overlarge portions of food may be one of the reasons why we’re seeing an explosion of Alzheimer's.
HARVEY | Ingalls Memorial Hospital has been named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for 2012 by the independent ratings company HealthGrades. The rank puts Ingalls among the top 5 percent of U.S. hospitals for superior clinical quality.
Renovations, new labs being built in cardiology unit at Ingalls Memorial Hospital’s Electrophysiology Lab
Stephen Mis’ heart had a beat of its own, but the beat was too fast and out of sync.
TINLEY PARK | Ingalls Memorial Hospital hosts The Fall Reveal, its 14th annual fashion show, on Sept. 19 at the Odyssey Country Club, 19110 S. Ridgeland Ave. in Tinley Park, the hospital announced.
HARVEY | A 69-year-old Harvey man was killed and two others wounded in a shooting early Friday, police said.
A man in his 20s was found dead on the street in Harvey early Thursday, officials said.
HARVEY | A Riverdale man who was dropped off at Ingalls Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest early Sunday died, officials said.
LYNWOOD | Village Clerk Roel "Roy" Valle is being sued by the family of a Chicago woman who was killed in a vehicle crash early Feb. 4 on Ill. 394.
FORD HEIGHTS | Police waited Friday for one of three people injured in a fatal accident on Ill. 394 to recover enough to talk before seeking charges against a driver who they say was driving the wrong way.
A Harvey man died Monday night after being shot at his home, officials said.
A Riverdale man has been pronounced dead after an apparent homicide at his home, officials said early Thursday.
CHICAGO | A physician who practiced on both sides of the state line has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for stealing about $13 million from Medicare and more than 30 other insurance programs over roughly five years, federal law enforcement officials announced Wednesday.
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