St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
The groundbreaking ceremony today for new St. Elizabeth’s Hospital will continue despite a lawsuit from the city of Belleville.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville was issued an “intent to deny” on Tuesday after one member of the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board (HFSRB) voted “no” on the hospital’s proposal to build a new hospital in O’Fallon, Ill.
The second public hearing for St. Elizabeth’s Hospital’s plan to build a replacement hospital in O’Fallon, Illinois, has been rescheduled for Dec. 2.
Metro-East residents will have to wait a little longer to express their opinions about the planned relocation of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville.
A pile of phone books prompted two buildings near St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville to be evacuated Monday.
Memorial Hospital added to list.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital announced 26 patients were given the possibly tainted medicine.
Metro East healthcare facilities included in the alerts.
“We felt that it was a good investment to put public money into remediating the mines for a $300 million construction project that would bring thousands of jobs,” City Administrator Walter Denton says.