STAYYOUHEREFORPLEASESTAYFORUSEdward Hospital - Back row: Colleen Lynch, RN Martina Gerlak, RN Amber Robinson, PCT, Agnes Ramon, PCT; AngelaDeanges, RN Carol Herrera, R Sheri Johnson, PCT. Front row. Kelly Lepak, RN: Sean Foley. RN Adora Grace Siapno, RhMary Gene Ordinario, RN: Betsy Hickman, RN Marausha Moore, Kelsey Oconnor, RNA letter from Edward-Elmhurst Health. Don't use medical supplies unnecessarily or stockpileEdward-Elmhurst Health is prepared and has a coordinated,well-executed plan to address the coronavirus pandemic.While the community at large does their best to maintainsocial distance, our healthcare professionals are coming inevery day to take care of our patients. We're deeply gratefulessential medical supplies. Things like masks and handsanitizer are important to healthcare professionalswho are caring for COVID-19 patients. Instead, folowthe recommendations the CDC offers on its website tofor and so proud of our staft who are working hard andprotect yourseit from coronavinusDonate blood. Now that everyone is staying home, thededicating themselves to keeping our patients-and eachother-safe.d. It may soundaNete ued drive, but we areWe're also thankful for the support from our local, state andfederal officials. From the federal coronavirus relief packagesigned into law March 18 to the Department of Health andHuman Services allowing doctors to practice across stateines, these legislative measures help immensely.encouraging healthy donors to give blood. Red Cross hasDut new safetydepers including checking the temperature of staff andmeasures in place to protect stat anddonors.donors before they enter a drive location, providing handsanitizer throughout the donation process and spacingbeds in accordance with social distancing guidelinesMore attention is also being given to disinfectingsurfaces and equipment. Versiti.org lists donationlocations on its web pageWash your hands often with soap and water, don'ttouch your face, and avoid contact with sick people.If you start to feel symptoms-fever, cough, shortnessof breath-stay home and call your physician or theinois Department of Public Health hotline, 800-889-3931 They will give you direction on next steps to takeYour cooperation with this is essenbial to contain thespread of this vinrus.Our elected officials are supoorting our efforts, working tosecure essential financial aid and promoting the message ofsocial distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19Amid this crisis, Edward-Elmhurst Health, along withmost of the healthcare organizations in the country.is facing a shortage of supplies critical resources likemasks, ventilators, hand sanitizer and personal protectiveequipment.in order to keep evoryone as healthy as possible andmaximize our capacity to care for everyone who needsmedical treatment, we rely on your help.Our website, EEHoalth.org, is a key source of informationon how you can maintain your physical and mental healthas wel as the latest information on what we're doing about Stay home if possible. This is of utmost importance.f you don't need to go out. don't. Work from homeand keep your children active but maintain socialdistance. We appreciate the suDport of our mayors and coronavirus. Visit our freauently updated page. EEHealth.the governor, who have taken action to ensure socialdistancingorg/coronavirusWe appreciate your cooperation and support during this pandemic.Know that we are working tirelessly to keep you well.Mary Lou Mastro, System CEO. Edward-Elmhurst HealthSanjeeb Khatua, MD, Chief Physician Executive and incident Commander, Edward-Emhurst HealthRon Schubel. Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Edward-Emhurst HealthEdward-Elmhurst Healthy DrivenHEALTHFORENONALElmhurst Hospital - Back row Cistooner Shinneman MD: Barb Czuorynko. PCT: Creis Quinn RN N Newton. RN MosesLugo. PCT: Daniel Bolitho. PCT: Naalyn Wong. MD. Melanie Reetz. RN, Sarah Leone. PCT: Dana Escamita, RN Ma CorseloAN. Front row Paulina Schuch, RN Lecie Olson, RN: Robert Rawis. Cheplain, Vivian diordano, RN Sade Zajac. RN STAY YOU HERE FOR PLEASE STAY FOR  US Edward Hospital - Back row: Colleen Lynch, RN Martina Gerlak, RN Amber Robinson, PCT, Agnes Ramon, PCT; Angela Deanges, RN Carol Herrera, R Sheri Johnson, PCT. Front row. Kelly Lepak, RN: Sean Foley. RN Adora Grace Siapno, Rh Mary Gene Ordinario, RN: Betsy Hickman, RN Marausha Moore, Kelsey Oconnor, RN A letter from Edward-Elmhurst Health . Don't use medical supplies unnecessarily or stockpile Edward-Elmhurst Health is prepared and has a coordinated, well-executed plan to address the coronavirus pandemic. While the community at large does their best to maintain social distance, our healthcare professionals are coming in every day to take care of our patients. We're deeply grateful essential medical supplies. Things like masks and hand sanitizer are important to healthcare professionals who are caring for COVID-19 patients. Instead, folow the recommendations the CDC offers on its website to for and so proud of our staft who are working hard and protect yourseit from coronavinus Donate blood. Now that everyone is staying home, the dedicating themselves to keeping our patients-and each other-safe. d. It may sound aNete ued drive, but we are We're also thankful for the support from our local, state and federal officials. From the federal coronavirus relief package signed into law March 18 to the Department of Health and Human Services allowing doctors to practice across state ines, these legislative measures help immensely. encouraging healthy donors to give blood. Red Cross has Dut new safety depers including checking the temperature of staff and measures in place to protect stat and donors. donors before they enter a drive location, providing hand sanitizer throughout the donation process and spacing beds in accordance with social distancing guidelines More attention is also being given to disinfecting surfaces and equipment. Versiti.org lists donation locations on its web page Wash your hands often with soap and water, don't touch your face, and avoid contact with sick people. If you start to feel symptoms-fever, cough, shortness of breath-stay home and call your physician or the inois Department of Public Health hotline, 800-889- 3931 They will give you direction on next steps to take Your cooperation with this is essenbial to contain the spread of this vinrus. Our elected officials are supoorting our efforts, working to secure essential financial aid and promoting the message of social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19 Amid this crisis, Edward-Elmhurst Health, along with most of the healthcare organizations in the country. is facing a shortage of supplies critical resources like masks, ventilators, hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment. in order to keep evoryone as healthy as possible and maximize our capacity to care for everyone who needs medical treatment, we rely on your help. Our website, EEHoalth.org, is a key source of information on how you can maintain your physical and mental health as wel as the latest information on what we're doing about  Stay home if possible. This is of utmost importance. f you don't need to go out. don't. Work from home and keep your children active but maintain social distance. We appreciate the suDport of our mayors and coronavirus. Visit our freauently updated page. EEHealth. the governor, who have taken action to ensure social distancing org/coronavirus We appreciate your cooperation and support during this pandemic. Know that we are working tirelessly to keep you well. Mary Lou Mastro, System CEO. Edward-Elmhurst Health Sanjeeb Khatua, MD, Chief Physician Executive and incident Commander, Edward-Emhurst Health Ron Schubel. Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Edward-Emhurst Health Edward-Elmhurst Healthy Driven HEALTH FOR ENONAL Elmhurst Hospital - Back row Cistooner Shinneman MD: Barb Czuorynko. PCT: Creis Quinn RN N Newton. RN Moses Lugo. PCT: Daniel Bolitho. PCT: Naalyn Wong. MD. Melanie Reetz. RN, Sarah Leone. PCT: Dana Escamita, RN Ma Corselo AN. Front row Paulina Schuch, RN Lecie Olson, RN: Robert Rawis. Cheplain, Vivian diordano, RN Sade Zajac. RN

Date: March 25, 2020

Active Ad

This ad expires on
April 24, 2020 (16 days)
more_vert

Edward-Elmhurst Health

Medical / Health Care Facilities

Call
Call (630) 527-3000
Directions
Get directions to this
location on Google Maps.
Website
Open website
in new tab.

Text

STAY YOU HERE FOR PLEASE STAY FOR US Edward Hospital - Back row: Colleen Lynch, RN Martina Gerlak, RN Amber Robinson, PCT, Agnes Ramon, PCT; Angela Deanges, RN Carol Herrera, R Sheri Johnson, PCT. Front row. Kelly Lepak, RN: Sean Foley. RN Adora Grace Siapno, Rh Mary Gene Ordinario, RN: Betsy Hickman, RN Marausha Moore, Kelsey Oconnor, RN A letter from Edward-Elmhurst Health . Don't use medical supplies unnecessarily or stockpile Edward-Elmhurst Health is prepared and has a coordinated, well-executed plan to address the coronavirus pandemic. While the community at large does their best to maintain social distance, our healthcare professionals are coming in every day to take care of our patients. We're deeply grateful essential medical supplies. Things like masks and hand sanitizer are important to healthcare professionals who are caring for COVID-19 patients. Instead, folow the recommendations the CDC offers on its website to for and so proud of our staft who are working hard and protect yourseit from coronavinus Donate blood. Now that everyone is staying home, the dedicating themselves to keeping our patients-and each other-safe. d. It may sound aNete ued drive, but we are We're also thankful for the support from our local, state and federal officials. From the federal coronavirus relief package signed into law March 18 to the Department of Health and Human Services allowing doctors to practice across state ines, these legislative measures help immensely. encouraging healthy donors to give blood. Red Cross has Dut new safety depers including checking the temperature of staff and measures in place to protect stat and donors. donors before they enter a drive location, providing hand sanitizer throughout the donation process and spacing beds in accordance with social distancing guidelines More attention is also being given to disinfecting surfaces and equipment. Versiti.org lists donation locations on its web page Wash your hands often with soap and water, don't touch your face, and avoid contact with sick people. If you start to feel symptoms-fever, cough, shortness of breath-stay home and call your physician or the inois Department of Public Health hotline, 800-889- 3931 They will give you direction on next steps to take Your cooperation with this is essenbial to contain the spread of this vinrus. Our elected officials are supoorting our efforts, working to secure essential financial aid and promoting the message of social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19 Amid this crisis, Edward-Elmhurst Health, along with most of the healthcare organizations in the country. is facing a shortage of supplies critical resources like masks, ventilators, hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment. in order to keep evoryone as healthy as possible and maximize our capacity to care for everyone who needs medical treatment, we rely on your help. Our website, EEHoalth.org, is a key source of information on how you can maintain your physical and mental health as wel as the latest information on what we're doing about Stay home if possible. This is of utmost importance. f you don't need to go out. don't. Work from home and keep your children active but maintain social distance. We appreciate the suDport of our mayors and coronavirus. Visit our freauently updated page. EEHealth. the governor, who have taken action to ensure social distancing org/coronavirus We appreciate your cooperation and support during this pandemic. Know that we are working tirelessly to keep you well. Mary Lou Mastro, System CEO. Edward-Elmhurst Health Sanjeeb Khatua, MD, Chief Physician Executive and incident Commander, Edward-Emhurst Health Ron Schubel. Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Edward-Emhurst Health Edward-Elmhurst Healthy Driven HEALTH FOR ENONAL Elmhurst Hospital - Back row Cistooner Shinneman MD: Barb Czuorynko. PCT: Creis Quinn RN N Newton. RN Moses Lugo. PCT: Daniel Bolitho. PCT: Naalyn Wong. MD. Melanie Reetz. RN, Sarah Leone. PCT: Dana Escamita, RN Ma Corselo AN. Front row Paulina Schuch, RN Lecie Olson, RN: Robert Rawis. Cheplain, Vivian diordano, RN Sade Zajac. RN STAY YOU HERE FOR PLEASE STAY FOR US Edward Hospital - Back row: Colleen Lynch, RN Martina Gerlak, RN Amber Robinson, PCT, Agnes Ramon, PCT; Angela Deanges, RN Carol Herrera, R Sheri Johnson, PCT. Front row. Kelly Lepak, RN: Sean Foley. RN Adora Grace Siapno, Rh Mary Gene Ordinario, RN: Betsy Hickman, RN Marausha Moore, Kelsey Oconnor, RN A letter from Edward-Elmhurst Health . Don't use medical supplies unnecessarily or stockpile Edward-Elmhurst Health is prepared and has a coordinated, well-executed plan to address the coronavirus pandemic. While the community at large does their best to maintain social distance, our healthcare professionals are coming in every day to take care of our patients. We're deeply grateful essential medical supplies. Things like masks and hand sanitizer are important to healthcare professionals who are caring for COVID-19 patients. Instead, folow the recommendations the CDC offers on its website to for and so proud of our staft who are working hard and protect yourseit from coronavinus Donate blood. Now that everyone is staying home, the dedicating themselves to keeping our patients-and each other-safe. d. It may sound aNete ued drive, but we are We're also thankful for the support from our local, state and federal officials. From the federal coronavirus relief package signed into law March 18 to the Department of Health and Human Services allowing doctors to practice across state ines, these legislative measures help immensely. encouraging healthy donors to give blood. Red Cross has Dut new safety depers including checking the temperature of staff and measures in place to protect stat and donors. donors before they enter a drive location, providing hand sanitizer throughout the donation process and spacing beds in accordance with social distancing guidelines More attention is also being given to disinfecting surfaces and equipment. Versiti.org lists donation locations on its web page Wash your hands often with soap and water, don't touch your face, and avoid contact with sick people. If you start to feel symptoms-fever, cough, shortness of breath-stay home and call your physician or the inois Department of Public Health hotline, 800-889- 3931 They will give you direction on next steps to take Your cooperation with this is essenbial to contain the spread of this vinrus. Our elected officials are supoorting our efforts, working to secure essential financial aid and promoting the message of social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19 Amid this crisis, Edward-Elmhurst Health, along with most of the healthcare organizations in the country. is facing a shortage of supplies critical resources like masks, ventilators, hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment. in order to keep evoryone as healthy as possible and maximize our capacity to care for everyone who needs medical treatment, we rely on your help. Our website, EEHoalth.org, is a key source of information on how you can maintain your physical and mental health as wel as the latest information on what we're doing about Stay home if possible. This is of utmost importance. f you don't need to go out. don't. Work from home and keep your children active but maintain social distance. We appreciate the suDport of our mayors and coronavirus. Visit our freauently updated page. EEHealth. the governor, who have taken action to ensure social distancing org/coronavirus We appreciate your cooperation and support during this pandemic. Know that we are working tirelessly to keep you well. Mary Lou Mastro, System CEO. Edward-Elmhurst Health Sanjeeb Khatua, MD, Chief Physician Executive and incident Commander, Edward-Emhurst Health Ron Schubel. Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Edward-Emhurst Health Edward-Elmhurst Healthy Driven HEALTH FOR ENONAL Elmhurst Hospital - Back row Cistooner Shinneman MD: Barb Czuorynko. PCT: Creis Quinn RN N Newton. RN Moses Lugo. PCT: Daniel Bolitho. PCT: Naalyn Wong. MD. Melanie Reetz. RN, Sarah Leone. PCT: Dana Escamita, RN Ma Corselo AN. Front row Paulina Schuch, RN Lecie Olson, RN: Robert Rawis. Cheplain, Vivian diordano, RN Sade Zajac. RN

Other Ads

codeEmbed

Ads Widget

close

Widget URL

Embed Code

Embed these ads anywhere HTML code is accepted by pasting the snippet below.