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Carrie Lynn Children’s Center
Located in Rockford, Illinois, the Carrie Lynn Children’s Center serves as a central location for providing front-end services needed by child victims of sexual and severe physical abuse. The main goal of the Center is to help reduce trauma by improving the efficiency of the systems that respond to cases of child abuse. Operating within the Center, the Children’s Advocacy Project (CAP) coordinates investigations and prosecutions of child sexual abuse and serious physical abuse cases. The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford is committed to helping the mission of the Carrie Lynn Center by providing medical examinations to abused children.
For more information contact:
Kathryn A. Pomahac
Carrie Lynn Children’s Center
826 N. Main Street
Rockford, Illinois 61103
OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center
OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center, a Level 1 Trauma Center, is a 254-bed tertiary care facility that serves a 10-county area for services including trauma, orthopedics, neurosurgery and cardiac surgery. Saint Anthony is the site of the Regional Burn Unit, Regional Heart Institute, Illinois Neurosciences Institute, and the Saint Anthony College of Nursing and School of Medical Technology. The Center also offers the Northern Illinois Mobile Intensive Care Program for paramedic training. Its latest addition, a Center for Cancer Care, offers radiation therapy, chemotherapy, physician offices and support services.
Pinecrest Community in Mt. Morris, Illinois is a nursing home and retirement facility that serves nearly 200 older adults. The community includes Pinecrest Village, which provides 48 congregate living apartments and 9 cottages for independent living, and Pinecrest Manor, a 121-bed nursing home offering Alzheimer's care.
Rockford Health Council is a collaborative, community-based non-profit organization. Located at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford, Rockford Health Council conducts periodic needs assessments, works across the community to mobilize organizations and individuals to address defined health priority issues, and pursues public policy advocacy. For more information see their Web site at www.rockfordhealth.org.
Located in Rockford, Illinois, Rockford Health System combines the resources of Rockford Memorial Hospital, a 396-bed tertiary care hospital and Rockford Health Physicians, more than 100 primary and specialty doctors strong. Rockford Health System offers a full “continuum of care” – from wellness and preventive services to primary, outpatient, hospital and home care – and provides faculty for medical student training and instruction to College of Medicine at Rockford students.
SwedishAmerican Health System
SwedishAmerican Health System is a 357-bed non profit full-service hospital centrally located in Rockford, Illinois, and is affiliated with the College of Medicine’s Family Practice Residency program. Founded in 1911, the hospital serves greater Rockford, northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Specialty programs include their heart hospital, cancer treatment, psychiatry and mental health, general and specialty pediatrics, geriatrics, women's services, orthopedics, occupational health and gastroenterology.
Wesley Willows provides a comfortable lifestyle for elderly residents within 128 independent-living apartments. Wesley Willows residents have access to Willows Health Center, including round-the-clock emergency nursing. Additionally, a 91-bed skilled nursing home makes on-campus convalescent and permanent care available.