Riverside Healthcare donates to Watseka Area Long Term Recovery efforts
WATSEKA, IL (May 4, 2018) - Although flood waters in Iroquois County have receded, many still feel the effects. Riverside Healthcare is committed to supporting those impacted in the community and joins the mission of the Watseka Area Long Term Recovery Committee.
Riverside's donation of $2,500 will go toward funding the Committee's ongoing efforts including identification, prioritization, and provision of items needed by families such as goods, services or funds.
(Left to Right: Riverside Southern Market Director Kevin Hack, Committee Chair & Former Watseka Mayor Bob Harwood, Committee Treasurer & Executive VP Iroquois Federal Terry Acree, Riverside Regional Practice Manager Jennifer Nasers)
For more information about Riverside Healthcare's community involvement and award-winning care, visit riversidehealthcare.org.
Riverside Healthcare is a fully integrated healthcare system serving the needs of individuals and communities throughout the counties of Kankakee, Iroquois, Will, Grundy and beyond. As part of the system, Riverside Medical Center, a 312-bed hospital, provides a full scope of inpatient and outpatient care and is a nationally recognized, award-winning Level II Trauma hospital with nationally-leading programs in heart care, cancer care, neurosurgery and orthopedics. Its reputation for nursing excellence has made Riverside the area's only Magnet® Recognized hospital. Because Riverside's clinical performance ranks them among the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide, Healthgrades has named them a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence Award, and Truven Health Analytics presented them with the 100 Top Hospitals® award. Riverside also operates several community, primary and specialty health centers throughout the region. Learn more about Riverside Healthcare at www.RiversideHealthcare.org.