Message from the President/CEO, Annette Schnabel

Welcome to the Perry Memorial Hospital website. Please browse our website to learn how Perry is leading the focus on community health and promoting wellness for the future through collaboration with the communities we serve.

We encourage you to use the information on this site as a health resource for primary care, the latest advances in specialty care and surgery, medical rehabilitation, advanced diagnostic imaging, laboratory, nutrition services and quality, compassionate nursing care.

Thank you for choosing us as your family’s healthcare resource. We are honored to serve you.

Perry Memorial News and Events

Apr 23

Tai Chi for Arthritis

Location: Bureau County Metro Center Cost: $5 per session Join Perry’s Medical Rehabilitation team for Tai Chi  classes at the Metro Center.  Jereen Mercer, a licensed Occupational Therapist Assistant at Perry will lead the class.  Tai Chi for Arthritis has been modified for those living with the pain of arthritis – although the class is beneficial for those without arthritis as well. New participants are always welcome. For more information, contact Jereen Mercer, COTA/L (815-876-4494.

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Apr 24

Visually Impaired Informational Meeting

Location:  Lower Level Conference Room Cost:  Free to attend If you or someone you know is experiencing low vision, join Perry Memorial’s Courtney Engel, an Occupational Therapist will host an informational meeting on visually impaired services and resources. Connect with others who are having the same experiences hear about helpful suggestions in adjusting to life with a visual impairment. This meeting is ideal for caretakers, too.   Join Courtney and other attendees to become informed of the possibilities for today and the future. Call Courtney at 815-876-4494 or Cathy at 815-876-4481 for additional information.

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Apr 24

NAMI Suport Group

Location: Perry Memorial Hospital, White Oak Classroom (3rd floor of the hospital.) The NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family and friends of individuals living with mental illness.  Trained NAMI volunteers follow a structured model providing opportunities to share practical experience in locating services, reinforcing coping skills and exchanging emotional support. NAMI Support Groups are: Free to participants Designed for adult loved ones (18+) of individuals living with mental illness. Led by family members of individuals living with mental illness Confidential Allow you to gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar situations.

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Apr 25

First Annual Spring Vendor Fair

Be sure to visit Perry and shop around at the Perry Memorial Hospital Auxilary Spring Vendor Fair in the main lobby of the hospital.   

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