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GIBSON CITY — The Gibson Area Hospital Long-Term Care Annex has been named among the nation’s best nursing homes by U.S. News & World Report.
PEORIA — Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon named Robin Rose, the chief operating officer of Gibson Area Hospital & Health Services, as the 2014 Rural Illinois Champion on March 5 at the 25th annual Rural Community Economic Development Conference in Peoria.
WATSEKA — Dennis Wittenborn and Maggie Martin have resigned from the Iroquois Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees.
WATSEKA — A 22-year employee of the to-be-dissolved Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department has been offered the administrator’s position for the to-be-created Iroquois County Public Health Department.
GIBSON CITY — The board of health for the to-be-formed Ford County Public Health Department has extended the deadline for candidates to apply for the administrator’s position for the new agency.
WATSEKA — Two employees of the to-be-dissolved Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department are the only persons to have applied for the public health administrator/environmental coordinator position for the to-be-established Iroquois County Public Health Department.
GILMAN — The Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department board has scheduled its next meeting for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, at the Gilman-Danforth District Library, 715 N. Maple St., Gilman.
The meeting is the board’s first since Dec. 16. The board canceled its January meeting due to “inclement weather conditions.”
The board’s next scheduled meeting after Feb. 18 is March 17.
ROBERTS — A boil order in effect since last Thursday in Roberts has been lifted.
Village Board President Rick Flessner said he was notified Wednesday afternoon that water samples submitted to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency in Springfield for testing came back clean.
GIBSON CITY — Rob Schmitt, chief executive officer for Gibson Area Hospital & Health Services, has been named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s inaugural list of “50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know.”
The leadership of the Presence Health hospitals in Urbana and Danville is changing, the health system has announced.
Mike Brown, the regional president and CEO, will oversee the leadership of Presence Mercy Medical Center in Aurora and Presence Saint Joseph Hospital in Elgin.