We invite you to check out the new Little Company of Mary website! The new informative site includes simple navigation that allows patients an visitors to access information about Little Company of Mary services, classes, news and updates, and you can now even pay your bills online! In addition, you’ll find that the new beautiful [...]
Archive for June, 2012
On May 30, 2012, the Evergreen Park Fire Department and Little Company of Mary Hospital sponsored the 5th Annual Kids Health Fair for children and families of Evergreen Park. Children brought their teddy bears and were able to have Little Company of Mary doctors or nurses perform a “check-up.” Other fun and educational activities at [...]
Chances are, this summer your kids will spend a lot of time running around—playing baseball, tag, and games on the playground. While exercise is great for kids, it’s important to play safely. New estimates say that one in 10 kids get medical treatment for a sport injury every year.
So here are a few safety tips [...]
This one-hour appointment could save your life! The Wake-Up Call Screening includes CBC, chemistry, coronary risk file, BMI, blood oxygen level, ultrasound of carotid and abdominal aortic arteries, and peripheral vascular and heart rhythm screenings. This will be held at Little Company of Mary Hospital on July 21st from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The [...]
Our thanks to everyone who participated in our 35th Annual Ridge Run on Memorial Day. First aid was available to the runners from Little Company of Mary volunteers. Little Company also provided a Family Information tent, which included blood pressure readings and information on our new Outpatient Care Center, opening in August, and our new West Pavilion building, opening in [...]
Cook County Department of Public Health asked Little Company of Mary to be part of this wonderful informative video on breastfeeding. Watch Now!
For more than 20 years, Mike Orelove’s wife begged Mike to get a health check up. Finally after 20 years, Mike listened to his wife and called Little Company of Mary’s Health Education Department for information on screenings. “It was like an angel answered the phone, “said Mike Orelove. Nurse Elise Farrell explained all the [...]
A Commitment to Advanced Technology Helps Little Company of Mary Lower the Risk for Cancer in People with Reflux.(1)
Debra Radtke, 53, of Garfield Ridge, has been living with gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, nearly all her adult life. GERD is a condition in which stomach contents leak backwards from the stomach into the esophagus, the tube that leads from the mouth to the stomach. GERD can cause painful heartburn and other symptoms.
Though Radtke’s [...]