The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic will celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2018 with a gala on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Children’s Dental Health Month in February is a great time to focus on the fact that kids’ dental health is just as important as their overall health.
On the USDA website, a map of the United States shows the places where lack of access to grocery stores is a problem. That includes big swaths of the City of Joliet.
Adopting key lifestyle changes to benefit your brain in 2018.
Check out the classes available from Silver Cross Hospital in the New Year.
Silver Cross Hospital is adhering to directives set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Will County Health Department for temporary visitor restrictions due to widespread influenza (flu) activity throughout the state and county.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow will have the first Taylor Babec Community Blood Drive of 2018 hosted by his office in honor of the late Jim Stewart.
A $16 million state grant from the Illinois Department of Human Services is serving as another tool in the state’s fight against the opioid abuse crisis.
Starting Thursday, November 30th; a new partnership between the Will County Health Department’s Community Health Center and the Family Health Services HIV and STD program will launch a special PrEP clinic.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois is partnering with Jewel-Osco to offer in-person Diabetes Management Classes for Medicare Advantage and Medicaid members.
Get healthy this fall with a check up at one of Silver Cross Hospital's November health screening clinics.
Silver Cross Hospital and US Health Vest broke ground on a planned 100-bed behavioral health hospital on the Silver Cross Campus October 25.
Three weeks after Cassaundra Lynn Perkins gave birth to premature twins, she returned to the hospital, feeling unwell.
Most little monsters will bring home a scary stash of candy after trick-or-treating, But don't get spooked, there are some tricks, and the top treats to keep kids' teeth safe from sugary nightmares.