Tag - Little Company of Mary

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South Side Irish Parade Returns!
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It's time for a Wake Up Call
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Little Company of Mary Earns "Top Performer" Recognition from Joint Commission
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Benefits of Infant Massage
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Campus Transformation Project Construction Update May 2011
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First Successful Organ Transplant, Little Company of Mary, 1950
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Beverly Breast Cancer Walk Video Slideshow
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Cheaper by the Dozen: Our Birth Special Offer in the 1950s and 60s
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Little Company of Mary Hospital Blog: Welcome!
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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s

South Side Irish Parade Returns!

Join us on Sunday, March 11th at noon for the return of the South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Little Company of Mary will have a float and will march along 103rd to 115th & Western. The theme of our float will be centered around our two grand openings coming this year! The Oak Lawn Outpatient Care Station…

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It's time for a Wake Up Call

In the United States, the number one cause of death is cardiovascular disease including heart attack and stroke. A startling truth about cardiovascular disease is that many people are unaware that they are at serious risk for heart attack and stroke until it is too late. Knowing your risk factors gives you an opportunity to…

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Little Company of Mary Earns "Top Performer" Recognition from Joint Commission

Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers (LCMH) was named one of the nation’s top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. LCMH was recognized by The Joint Commission based on data reported about evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve…

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Benefits of Infant Massage

Meet Maeve. She was born at Little Company of Mary Hospital in July 2010. Maeve has always been a great baby. “She’s mild tempered, and very active—she crawls, waves hi, pulls herself up and stands independently for a few minutes,” says her mom, Brigid. “She’s always been a good eater, and she loves music.” Maeve’s…

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Campus Transformation Project Construction Update May 2011

We’re excited to see the campus transformation project continue to move along. A few current construction updates: Complete items: Secure off-site parking for sub-contractors Excavation and structural support of North Link Construction of Interim Loading Dock Precast brick selection Caisson supports (151) complete West Pavilion nurse call selected and approved Flooring selected and approved Currently…

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First Successful Organ Transplant, Little Company of Mary, 1950

Ruth Tucker, 49, suffered from polycystic kidneys and was in need of a new kidney. One of her kidneys was non-functioning and the other only functioned at 10 percent. Tucker’s mother and sister had also died from the same disease. The doctors, hospital leadership and patient bravely decided to attempt something that hadn’t been done…

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Beverly Breast Cancer Walk Video Slideshow

On Mother’s Day, 2010, 12,000 people walked together for the 11th annual Beverly Breast Cancer Walk. What started as a walk among a group of friends and family on Mother’s Day has ballooned into a community-wide event that has raised nearly $1 million for Little Company of Mary Hospital’s Cancer Center. This year’s funds go…

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Cheaper by the Dozen: Our Birth Special Offer in the 1950s and 60s

Little Company of Mary is truly “The Baby Hospital” of the southwest suburbs of Chicago, and we have been known as such at least since the Baby Boom. In fact, the number of births at the hospital grew from 230 during the hospital’s first year open in 1930 to an average of 5,000 births per…

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Little Company of Mary Hospital Blog: Welcome!

Welcome to the Little Company of Mary Hospital blog. We thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you. Our entire staff of dedicated professionals is committed to your physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Concern for every aspect of a patient’s well-being is one of our hallmarks. For more than 80 years Little Company…

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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s

February 6, 1929 marked a day that Mother Mary Stanislaus, Mother Mary Dorthea, and Mother Mary Dunstan would never forget. It was the day their desire to continue their ministry and provide their community with a hospital became a reality. Almost two years after the land had been purchased, the three sisters were joined by…

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