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OSF Saint Francis Medical Center

Peoria, IL
Voluntary non-profit - Church

Patients that would definitely recommend

0% different than the state average | Based on a national, standardized survey of hospital patients.

Hospital Information

Name OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
License No. 2394
Address 530 North East Glen Oak Avenue
Peoria, IL 61637
Phone (309) 655-2000
Comm. Health Needs Assmt

State Designations

Comprehensive Stroke Center

Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) – are hospitals that meet standards to treat the most complex stroke cases which include all components of a PSC plus the following: advanced imaging techniques, availability of personnel trained in vascular neurology, neurosurgery, and endovascular procedures, 24/7 availability of personnel, imaging, operating room, and endovascular facilities, and other eligibility standards. Certified CSC hospitals may pursue voluntary designation from the Illinois Department of Public Health by submitting verification of the CSC national certification and a completed Application for Stroke Center Designation to the Department of Public Health.

Magnet Recognition

The magnet recognition program was developed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association. It recognizes health care organizations that demonstrate excellence in nursing practice and quality patient care as a driving force. Organizations that are formally recognized must possess a number of specific qualities;

  • Strong nursing leadership, shared organizational decision-making and effective communication;
  • A model of patient care that emphasizes nursing accountability, coordination of patient care and vision of patient advocacy;
  • Commitment to professional nursing “best practices” and professional growth;
  • Continuous quality improvement in practice;
  • Interdisciplinary relationships.
Pediatric Critical Care Center

A hospital participating in an approved emergency medical system and designated by the Department to provide optimal critical and specialty care services to pediatric patients, and to provide all essential services either in-house or readily available 24 hours per day. Hospitals that are designated at the PCCC level must also meet all EDAP requirements.

Perinatal III

Hospitals that provide care for patients requiring increasingly complex care and do operate a NICU.

Level I Pediatric Trauma Center
Level I Trauma Center

Organ Transplant Programs

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Adult Pancreas
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Patient Insurance Mix

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