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Mattoon native Kim Uphoff named Sarah Bush Lincoln president, CEO

MATTOON — Longtime Sarah Bush Lincoln administrator Kim Uphoff of Mattoon has been named president and chief executive officer of this health system. Sarah Bush Lincoln reported in a press release that Uphoff, currently chief operating officer for the health system, will assume her new role at the end of July when current president and CEO Jerry Esker retires.
MATTOON, IL
Journal Gazette and Times Courier

Sarah Bush Lincoln announces DAISY Award recipient

MATTOON — Melissa Ethington, RN, was honored with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses at Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center. Ethington was nominated for her compassion and professionalism. Her nominator wrote:. “Melissa demonstrates a dedication to nursing. She is pleasant, warm, knowledgeable, and very professional in the performance of...
MATTOON, IL
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Sarah Bush Lincoln investing in Lake Land College nursing programs

(WAND) - Sarah Bush Lincoln is investing in Lake Land College nursing programs through scholarships and new training opportunities. “We are extremely grateful to Sarah Bush Lincoln for its generous support and commitment to our students. The scholarships will make the path to a nursing career possible for many students as well as support those who are engaged in the rigorous program,” Division Chair Allied Health/Nursing Instructor Erin Swingler said. “Both of our organizations are dedicated to providing excellent service and support to prepare our Lake Land College students for rewarding careers in healthcare.”
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Journal Gazette and Times Courier

Sarah Bush Lincoln to invest in Lake Land health care programs

MATTOON - Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center is investing in the future by providing scholarships and new training opportunities for nursing students at Lake Land College. “We are extremely grateful to Sarah Bush Lincoln for its generous support and commitment to our students. The scholarships will make the path to a nursing career possible for many students as well as support those who are engaged in the rigorous program,” said Erin Swingler, the division chair of allied health at Lake Land. “Both of our organizations are dedicated to providing excellent service and support to prepare our Lake Land College students for rewarding careers in healthcare.”
MATTOON, IL
Journal Gazette and Times Courier

Sarah Bush Lincoln hosts Cheers! Raffle to support Guild scholarship program

MATTOON — When Lana Keigley, RN, decided to make a career change back to healthcare, she knew she would need support. The former business owner and hair stylist completed her psychology degree in 1999, and worked for Sarah Bush Lincoln Women and Children’s Center in various positions before opening her own hair salon in 2005. Keigley enjoyed her job in beauty, but wanted something more.
MATTOON, IL
Journal Gazette and Times Courier

Sarah Bush Lincoln donates to Arcola Athletic Booster Club

MATTOON — Sarah Bush Lincoln Arcola Clinic recently donated $440 to the Arcola Athletic Booster Club from sports physicals performed over the summer. The physicals were provided at reduced costs to numerous athletes by Family Practitioner Robert Biggs, MD, and Advanced Practice Provider Terra Cottrill, APRN, at the SBL Arcola Clinic. The physicals were $20 each, and all of the proceeds were donated back to the school.
ARCOLA, IL
Journal Gazette and Times Courier

Sarah Bush Lincoln to host Christmas lights event

MATTOON — Sarah Bush Lincoln has expanded the drive-through Christmas lighting display on its campus and has invited the community to view these lights during a special event at 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday. Sarah Bush Lincoln reported in a press release that the lighted display now includes a 28-ft-tall Old Man...
MATTOON, IL
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Christmas lights event coming to Sarah Bush Lincoln

MATTOON, Ill. (WAND) - Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center is inviting the public to take in Christmas lights at an upcoming event. The holiday decor will be on display from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov, 18. People will be able to see a 28-foot-tall Old Man Winter, giant colored light bulbs, light-adorned trees and a walk-through, white-lit ornament. In addition, Santa will visit campus in a red convertible sleigh.
MATTOON, IL