Message from the President/CEO, Annette Schnabel

We are lucky in healthcare to be invited into people’s lives. While we do not always know the challenges each person is facing, by demonstrating genuine concern for each person, we can give them the opportunity to feel blessed on their life journey.

Perry is committed to focusing on our communities’ future health. We encourage you to peruse our website as your health resource during your journey. We wish all our community members a healthy and happy holiday season from Thanksgiving and Christmas through the New Year.

Perry Memorial News and Events

Dec 20

Book Fair

Location: Medical Office Building Lobby Time: 9 AM - 4 PM   All proceeds from the Book Fairs will benefit the Perry Auxiliary Scholarship fund which is awarded to Bureau County students pursuing a healthcare degree/career.  Stop by and pick up last minute Christmas gifts for your friends and family.

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Dec 20

Tai Chi

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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Dec 21

Book Fair

Location: Medical Office Building Lobby Time: 7 AM - 3 PM   All proceeds from the Book Fairs will benefit the Perry Auxiliary Scholarship fund which is awarded to Bureau County students pursuing a healthcare degree/career.  Stop by and pick up last minute Christmas gifts for your friends and family.

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Dec 24

Tai Chi

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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