Passavant Area Hospital is accepting applications for a free, four-day summer camp for high school students who are interested in a nursing career.

The summer camp, called Teens Experiencing Nursing (TEN), will be held June 27-30 at the nonprofit community hospital.

The program begins with an orientation at the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, 228 W. Miller St., Springfield, where students will participate in skills training and simulations in the state-of-the-art learning facility.

They will spend the following three days in Jacksonville, where they will have the opportunity to job shadow and interact with nursing staff on several nursing units throughout Passavant Area Hospital. Campers will also spend a day at MacMurray College in Jacksonville to learn about pursuing a professional nursing degree.

“TEN Camp participants receive a hands-on opportunity to experience nursing education and nursing practice,” said Leanna Wynn, affiliate vice president of nursing and quality and chief nursing officer of Passavant Area Hospital. “We’re looking for the best and brightest high school students interested in pursuing a nursing career.”

TEN Camp will be limited to 15 students. Campers are expected to attend all four days of the camp and may not leave the camp for any reason other than a family emergency.

Students will need to complete an application, which includes a school counselor reference, written permission from parents or guardians and a multiple-essay questionnaire explaining why they want to become a nurse. Applications are available online at MemorialCareers.com.

The deadline to apply is March 24. For more information, call 217-788-6254 or send an email to workforcedevelopment@mhsil.com.

Harper

  • Harper
  • Born on: 2/20/2017 @ 22:31
  • Weight: 8 lbs. 6 oz.
  • Length: 18.5 Inches

Race Date: The 2017 Passavant-Gatorade 5K and 10K is Saturday, May 27, beginning at 7:30 a.m. on Founders Lane on the east side of the Passavant campus. Our race is the longest consecutively run race in Jacksonville. This year is our 25th anniversary!

Special thanks to our 2017 sponsors!
Gatorade; M.J. Kellner; Central Illinois Community Blood Center; Jacksonville Area Visitors and Convention Bureau; Darr Leutz, MD; Jacksonville Savings Bank; CPI; Production Press; Financial Resources Group; Marcia Auld, DMD, David Large Professional Painting, and Fitness World Health Club.

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Entry fee: Advance entry fee is $20 per person; $19 for SRRC members. Race day entry fee is $25; $24 for SRRC members. Shirts are guaranteed if pre-registered by 5 p.m., May 15, 2017. Entry fee includes a technical running shirt, post-race refreshments, and more.

This year’s proceeds benefit the Jacksonville Saints Special Olympics Team.

Packet Pick-up:

For Springfield-area runners: 
Thursday, May 25, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Springfield Running Center, 2943 West White Oaks Drive, Springfield. You may also register at pick-up.
For Jacksonville-area runners: Friday, May 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the Main Lobby at Passavant. You may also register at pick-up.

Race day Registration/Packet Pick-up: Begins at 6:30 a.m. at the registration tables on Founders Lane on the east side of the Passavant campus.

Timing: Gun times will be used for awards.

Course: Both courses are USA Track and Field-certified. Runners should be prepared for a P.R. as the course is mainly flat and fast! The race begins and ends on the east side of the Passavant campus and is run through mostly residential areas on the city’s west side. 5K and 10K participants run together until the 1.25 mile mark, where the 10K runners head south and then west for an out and back and the 5K runners head east to the finish line.
10K Course   5K Course

All race finishers will receive a Passavant-Gatorade Race 25th Anniversary commemorative medal.

Awards: Award to top overall male and female finishers in each race and the first, second, and third place finishers, male and female, in the following age categories: under 14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, and 55-59; male 60-64, 65-69, and 70 and over; and female 60 and over.

SRRC Participation Series: Both races qualify for the Springfield Road Runner’s Club Participation Series points.

Food: Post-race food includes an assortment of Gatorade, bagels, watermelon, grapes, and frozen juice bars.

Showers: Available at Fitness World Health Club (across the street) following the race. Runners must show their number at the desk.

Prizes: All runners are eligible for prize drawings following the race.

Directions from Springfield: Exit right on the first Jacksonville exit (Exit 68). Proceed west approximately 2-3 miles. Highway becomes Morton Avenue after crossing the underpass. Proceed west on Morton Avenue approximately 2.5 miles until Westgate Avenue. Turn right on Westgate Avenue. Proceed north approximately 1.5 miles until you reach Passavant.

Parking: Please use the parking lots on the west, south, and north sides of the hospital. Watch for signs.

Questions: (217) 479-5858 or email.

Results: Complete results are posted the same day at passavanthospital.com.

2016 winners: Records:
10K – Men: Brian Scott
36:19 10K – Men: Bryan Glass 32:25 (2013)
10K – Women: Madeline Jackson 44:46 10K – Women: Joy Guardia 39:15 (2013)
5K – Men: Jacob Covell
17:50 5K – Men: Bryan Glass 15:36 (2012)
5K – Women: Kelly Vandermaiden
21:17 5K – Women: Hailee Elmore 18:57 (2003)

2017 Passavant-Gatorade 5K and 10K

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You will be able to register starting March 01, 2017

Aaliah

  • Aaliah
  • Born on: 2/21/2017 @ 18:21
  • Weight: 6 lbs. 5 oz.
  • Length: 19.5 Inches

Passavant hosted Luke, left, and Ethan Grable Feb. 13 as part of Jacksonville’s Boy Scout citizenship day.2017Citizenship Day. Both are students at Jacksonville High School and members of local Boy Scout Troop 113.

Luke spent time with the team in Rehabilitation Services, while Ethan visited the Emergency Department and Air Evac Lifeteam 27.

Their brother, Devin, toured Occupational Therapy last year as part of the same event. He’ll begin college later this year with the goal of becoming an occupational therapist.

Skylar

  • Skylar
  • Born on: 2/13/2017 @ 10:16
  • Weight: 8 lbs. 4 oz.
  • Length: 20 Inches

Hunter

  • Hunter
  • Born on: 2/10/2017 @ 17:19
  • Weight: 5 lbs. 4 oz.
  • Length: 19.25 Inches

Zoie

  • Zoie
  • Born on: 2/9/2017 @ 08:45
  • Weight: 9 lbs. 13 oz.
  • Length: 21.5 Inches

Isabella

  • Isabella
  • Born on: 2/9/2017 @ 18:14
  • Weight: 7 lbs. 10 oz.
  • Length: 20.5 Inches

Lillie

  • Lillie
  • Born on: 2/8/2017 @ 19:19
  • Weight: 8 lbs. 2 oz.
  • Length: 20.5 Inches

Free Nursing Camp for Students

Posted on: February 24, 2017

Passavant Area Hospital is accepting applications for a free, four-day summer camp for high school students who are interested in a nursing career. The summer camp, called Teens Experiencing Nursing (TEN), will be held June 27-30 at the nonprofit community hospital. The program begins with an orientation at the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, 228 W. Miller St., Springfield, where students will participate in skills training and simulations in the state-of-the-art learning facility. They will spend the following three days in Jacksonville, where they will have the opportunity to job shadow and interact with nursing staff on several nursing units throughout Passavant Area Hospital. Campers will also spend a day at MacMurray College in Jacksonville to learn about pursuing a professional nursing degree. “TEN Camp participants receive a hands-on opportunity to experience nursing education and nursing practice,” said Leanna Wynn, affiliate vice president of nursing and quality and chief nursing officer of Passavant Area Hospital. “We’re looking for the best and brightest high school students interested in pursuing a nursing career.” TEN Camp will be limited to 15 students. Campers are expected to attend all four days of the camp and may not leave the camp for any reason other than a family emergency. Students will need to complete an application, which includes a school counselor reference, written permission from parents or guardians and a multiple-essay questionnaire explaining why they want to become a nurse. Applications are available online at MemorialCareers.com. The deadline to apply is March 24. For more information, call 217-788-6254 or send an email to workforcedevelopment@mhsil.com.

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