Amelia

  • Amelia
  • Born on: 3/20/2017 @ 08:19
  • Weight: 6 lbs. 14 oz.
  • Length: 20 Inches

Za'Harah

  • Za’Harah
  • Born on: 3/20/2017 @ 01:57
  • Weight: 5 lbs. 13 oz.
  • Length: 19.5 Inches

Cooper

  • Cooper
  • Born on: 3/17/2017 @ 10:11
  • Weight: 9 lbs. 10 oz.
  • Length: 21.5 Inches

Harmony

  • Harmony
  • Born on: 3/17/2017 @ 11:58
  • Weight: 7 lbs. 10 oz.
  • Length: 19 Inches

David

  • David
  • Born on: 3/15/2017 @ 11:57
  • Weight: 7 lbs. 7 oz.
  • Length: 20.5 Inches

Hilary Boyle, AuD
Audiology

Board Certified

Education: Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Bachelor’s of Science, Audiology
Doctorate: Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Audiology
Associations: American Academy of Audiology, American Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Services provided: Diagnostic, comprehensive hearing evaluations including: conventional audiometry; conditioned play audiometry (CPA); visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA); tympanometry, otoacoustic emission testing; acoustic reflex testing; and candidacy for hearing aids and/or assistive listening devices

Office:
559 North Westgate
Jacksonville, IL 62650

(217) 243-9426

Madelyn

  • Madelyn
  • Born on: 3/10/2017 @ 23:27
  • Weight: 6 lbs. 15 oz.
  • Length: 20 Inches

Passavant Area Hospital and the Mia Ware Foundation are again partnering to bring prevention and awareness for colorectal cancer with a screening kit pick up and Community Health Talk later this month.

The free kits will be available Thursday, March 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. and Friday, March 31, from 9 to 11 a.m. in the circle drive at the main entrance to Passavant, 1600 W. Walnut. Individuals should simply drive up, fill out a short questionnaire, talk to a nurse, and then complete the kit at home. The kit is then mailed to Passavant, with test results returned by mail in three to four weeks.

The screening kits are new this year and are more convenient with only one stool sample required. They use the fecal immunochemical test screening method for hemoglobin in the stool. The test is considered the new standard for early detection of blood in the stool, one of the early warning signs of colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S., but if detected early, 90 percent of those deaths are preventable.

Jan Rakinic, MD

Jan Rakinic, MD

In addition to the free screening kits, Passavant is presenting a Community Health Talk on Friday, March 31, with Jan Rakinic, MD, Professor of Surgery, SIU School of Medicine; Chief, Section of Colorectal Surgery. Dr. Rakinic topic is “Screening for Colorectal Cancer: Is it Worth the Bother?” The program begins at 12 noon in Meeting Rooms 2 and 3 at Passavant. A complimentary lunch is included. Call 479-5800 to register.

Paisley

  • Paisley
  • Born on: 3/9/2017 @ 16:50
  • Weight: 8 lbs. 9 oz.
  • Length: 20 Inches

Layal

  • Layal
  • Born on: 3/3/2017 @ 08:22
  • Weight: 7 lbs. 12 oz.
  • Length: 21 Inches

Colorectal Cancer Screening Kit Pick Up

Posted on: March 13, 2017

Passavant Area Hospital and the Mia Ware Foundation are again partnering to bring prevention and awareness for colorectal cancer with a screening kit pick up and Community Health Talk later this month. The free kits will be available Thursday, March 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. and Friday, March 31, from 9 to 11 a.m. in the circle drive at the main entrance to Passavant, 1600 W. Walnut. Individuals should simply drive up, fill out a short questionnaire, talk to a nurse, and then complete the kit at home. The kit is then mailed to Passavant, with test results returned by mail in three to four weeks. The screening kits are new this year and are more convenient with only one stool sample required. They use the fecal immunochemical test screening method for hemoglobin in the stool. The test is considered the new standard for early detection of blood in the stool, one of the early warning signs of colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S., but if detected early, 90 percent of those deaths are preventable. [caption id="attachment_14043" align="alignleft" width="150"] Jan Rakinic, MD[/caption] In addition to the free screening kits, Passavant is presenting a Community Health Talk on Friday, March 31, with Jan Rakinic, MD, Professor of Surgery, SIU School of Medicine; Chief, Section of Colorectal Surgery. Dr. Rakinic topic is “Screening for Colorectal Cancer: Is it Worth the Bother?” The program begins at 12 noon in Meeting Rooms 2 and 3 at Passavant. A complimentary lunch is included. Call 479-5800 to register.

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