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Free Skin Cancer Screenings with Dr. Anne Barnwell

Free Skin Cancer Screenings with Dr. Anne Barnwell on Wednesdays, June 8 and June 15. 
Schedule your appointment now at 618-943-3100.

Released: 06/03/2022

Mammograms: Bring A Friend Day! June 15, 2022

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital is hosting "Bring A Friend Day" on Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to encourage women to come together to get their mammograms. 
Schedule appointments at 618-943-7221. 

Released: 06/03/2022

Primary Care Clinic Awarded One of the Top 25 Provider Based Rural Health Care Clinics in the Nation in 2022

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital Primary Care Clinic, a Rural Health Clinic serving Lawrence County and surrounding counties, has been awarded the 2022 Lilypad Award for the second year in a row. LCMH Primary Care Clinic is recognized as one of the Top 25 provider based Rural Health Clinics in the Nation and the top 5 provider based clinics in the Midwest, according to the 2022 Lilypad Awards, the first and only ranking program for our nation’s 4,800+ Rural Health Clinics. The Lilypad Awards recognize the Rural Health Clinics that outperform their rural primary care practice peers in terms of efficiency and operational excellence.

Released: 03/04/2022

MyCareCorner will be new secure access to health information at Lawrence County Memorial Hospital and Primary Care Clinic

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital and the Primary Care Clinic are implementing a new online patient portal system to better accommodate our patients. The new system will provide more opportunities for communication and patient information. Patients will have an opportunity to transfer their existing patient portal information to the new portal, which will be powered by MyCareCorner.

Released: 02/16/2022

LCMH Primary Care Clinic Recognized as Top Rural Health Clinic

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital Primary Care Clinic, a Rural Health Clinic (RHC) serving Lawrence County’s 16,000 residents, has been recognized as one of the top rural primary care practices in the United States, according to Lilypad, a Maine-based analytics firm.

Released: 01/19/2021

Skin Cancer Prevention

May is Skin Cancer Prevention month!

Released: 05/04/2020

Lymphedema Treatment is Available

Lila Manzo, Director of Physical Therapy at Lawrence County Memorial Hospital, is the only therapist in Lawrence County to be certified to treat lymphedema. 

Released: 02/14/2020

Go-Getter Award

Illinois Rural Community Care Organization (IRCCO), an accountable care organization comprised of hospitals and rural healthcare clinics within the state, recognized Lawrence County Memorial Hospital in Lawrenceville as the recipient of its Go-Getter Award.

Released: 02/11/2020

Cervical Cancer Month

Nearly 13,000 American women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is preventable with vaccination and appropriate screening, health industry leaders stress. This month, the National Cervical Cancer Consortium highlights issues related to the disease by hosting Cervical Health Awareness Month.

Released: 01/10/2020

LCMH Honored for Excellence

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital has been recognized for its ongoing commitment to exceptional quality of care by the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network. 

Released: 01/10/2020

LCMH Welcomes New General Surgeon

Dr. Anne Barnwell-Grayson joins Lawrence County Memorial Hospital as new General Surgeon

Released: 01/10/2020

National Blood Donor Month is January

According to the American Red Cross, the winter months are often the most difficult, in terms of collecting enough blood products to meet patient needs.

Released: 01/02/2020

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