Monday, May 13, 2013
Donna Lebano of Lemont toughed out contractions during the Blackhawks' series-clinching victory over the Minnesota Wild Thursday night before she was rushed to Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and gave birth in the wee hours of the morning.
Editor's note: The following story was submitted to Patch by Sheila Galloro of Adventist Midwest Health. The first contraction hit Donna Lebano during second period of the Blackhawks game. “No way was I leaving,” said Lebano, who was eight months pregnant. “We are a Hawks family. I had to see the end of the game.” She did. Chicago beat the Minnesota Wild 5-1 Thursday night to win the first-round playoff series four games to one and advance to the next round. The minute the game was over, Lebano was driven to Adventist Hinsdale Hospital by her three sisters, who were timing her contractions the whole way. Her water broke minutes after she arrived at the hospital around 1 a.m. on Friday. Little Owen Michael was born only two hours later at 3…
Friday, January 18, 2013
Those under the age of 18 and anyone with symptoms of the flu will not be allowed to visit patients until the flu increase passes, the hospital says.
The following is a release from Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital: Based on recommendations from the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, all four are Adventist Midwest Health hospitals, including Adventist Hinsdale Hospital and Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital, are restricting visitors due to concerns about spreading the flu. “We are putting these changes into effect during this increase in influenza cases in order to keep our staff, patients and community safe,” regional vice president and chief nursing officer Shawn Tyrrell said. Effective immediately, the hospitals of Adventist Midwest Health have put the following guidelines in place: “We …
Friday, October 26, 2012
Officer Tim Lennox used the AED device in his car to help resuscitate a person who is now recovering at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital.
A Hinsdale police officer used an automatic external defibrillator (AED) Wednesday afternoon to resuscitate a person who was in cardiac arrest after a car accident on southbound Route 83 near 55th Street at approximately 2:22 p.m. Clarendon Hills Fire Department Chief Brian Leahy said Clarendon Hills firefighter paramedics arrived shortly after Hinsdale officer Tim Lennox's successful use of the AED device on the patient, who by the time paramedics arrived was breathing and had a pulse. READ: Officers Commended for Roles in 'Life Saving Event' Paramedics provide additional advanced life support care, Leahy said, before transporting the patient to Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. There, the patient was treated by cardiologists and is now …
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Hospital patients expect to be treated in a safe environment; it’s a responsibility Kathy Tolomeo doesn’t take lightly.
Friday, July 20, 2012
Adventist Hinsdale Hospital posted an announcement on Patch earlier this week about a contest to see which employees tally the highest mileage through the hospital's halls.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Students at St. John built quilt a square at a time from first grade.
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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
This is a release from Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. Many schools have class projects but few have them eight years in the making with the purpose of serving the community. At St. John’s School in La Grange that’s exactly what you will find; and in the case of Shelley Janowski’s eighth-grade class, that purpose led straight to Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. Each year at St. John’s, first graders pick a quilt square, a theme, and then create their own masterpiece. At the end of the year, each square is sewn together. Their quilt is then displayed year after year in their homeroom. At the end of their eighth-grade year, the students donate their quilt to a local organization. This year, the students donated their quilt to Adventist Hinsdale …
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Donors can vote for their favorite fire and police departments among those of Clarendon Hills, Hinsdale, Oak Brook and Western Springs; the winning department gets a pizza party and bragging rights.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Emilia Joy Sato was born at 4:32 a.m. April 23 to parents Regina and Junichi Sato of La Grange Park, according to an announcement posted by the hospital on Patch.
Friday, April 20, 2012
Gleda Sejmanovic was recognized at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital's Employee of the Year celebration earlier this year.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Clarendon Hills resident says taking Zumba classes helped her regain a sense of normalcy after having surgery for cancer.
Getting in the spirit of breast cancer awareness month, Midtown Athletic Club in Willowbrook will host “Get Your Pink On,” a Zumba-themed fundraiser from 9-10 a.m. on Wednesday. Open to the public, the event benefits Open Arms, a non-profit breast cancer prevention group supported by Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. In its third year, the fundraiser will include giveaways and a raffle of gift baskets prepared by Whole Foods, as well as various departments at Midtown. To some, Zumba is a late-night TV infomercial that features women in aerobics attire exercising in unison to a heavy, Latin beat. Quickly becoming the latest exercise craze, the workout was created by Columbian dancer and choreographer Alberto “Beto” Perez in the 1990s. But to …