Iroquois Resident Home
The Iroquois Resident Home is a place where you and your loved one are cared for and cared about. Whether you are a resident or a concerned family member, you are important to us.
Our highly qualified staff take the time to personally get to know each resident. We respect your individual needs and personal preferences, whether you are with us for a short-term or a long-term stay.
Residents enjoy many distinct advantages
Established in 1958, the Iroquois Resident Home holds the distinction of being the first nursing home in the State of Illinois to be attached to a hospital. The result is a not-for-profit facility that is affiliated with Iroquois Memorial Hospital (IMH).
Our unique relationship with IMH creates many distinct advantages for our residents. Among them are immediate access to 24 hour emergency care, routine healthcare (Lab, X-ray, etc.), specialty medical care and cancer treatment, all of which are available right on our campus.
Patients who are transferred to the Iroquois Resident Home directly from the hospital setting benefit significantly from the continuity of care. By having the same physical, occupational, and speech therapists follow your care, no progress or momentum is lost in your rehabilitation process. When it is time to be discharged home, these therapists are available to provide home services should you need them.
A wide variety of activities provide a stimulating, enjoyable environment for our Residents. These include activities such as Bingo, crafts, regular church services, shopping excursions, and frequent visits to area attractions such as museums, festivals, and theatre productions.
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We welcome your visit to our facility. To schedule a personalized tour, please contact us at:
815.432.7768 or by email at email@example.com
Iroquois Memorial Hospital and Resident Home does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color, or national origin, or on the basis of disability or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits of any of its programs and activities.
Proudly Affiliated With Iroquois Memorial Hospital | Licensed By The Illinois Department Of Public Health | Certified By Medicare and Medicaid