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Click here for a brochure of the three fitness routes in Elgin.
Click here for the American Cancer Society's "Guide to Quitting Smoking."
Emergency room? Schedule an appointment at the clinic? Or become a walk-in patient? Click here to learn more about your options and what's the best option for your health issue.
JMHCC can help you quit smoking. Click on graphic to enlarge for reading.
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JMHCC now participates in a program that helps patients save money on medications. Click here to learn more.
JMHCC honors the volunteer firefighters and ambulance crews who dedicate themselves to our communities. Click here for a list of volunteers.




JMHCC develops coloring book

Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center and its clinics, the Elgin Community Clinic and Glen Ullin Family Medical Clinic, have developed a coloring book for young patients. The coloring book, along with crayons, is available at the clinic reception desks and at the JMHCC nursing station for young patients or youngsters whose family members are being treated.

The coloring book includes coloring and activity pages, following the title character, “Cookie Coyote,” through a clinic visit. The book was developed exclusively for JMHCC. Those who complete the coloring book and return it to the reception desks will be entered in a periodic prize drawing.
Honoring those who serve
Control hypertension
Stop smoking
Prevent skin cancer
Annual meeting report
Discount drug program
Deciding where to go
Fitness routes in Elgin
Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center in Elgin has been designated as an Acute Stroke Ready Hospital, which means it has the proper resources to diagnose, stabilize and provide definitive care to acute stroke patients. To learn more, click here.
JMHCC stroke-ready hospital
CNA career is rewarding
DeAnn Mosbrucker has been a CNA at JMHCC for seven years. To learn more about the career and available positions at JMHCC, click here.
JMHCC is now a stroke-ready hospital. Click on graphic at left to learn how to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.
To learn more:
Links to learn more about diabetes management, including free diabetes management app:

www.cornerstones4care.com

https://www.novomedlink.com/diabetes-patient-support/disease-education.html
For caregiving resources and to learn more, visit the Alzheimer's Foundation of American at https://alzfdn.org.