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ALC Home Health Expands Its Service Area In Illinois
Beginning immediately, ALC Home Health will provide its comprehensive services in Montgomery, DeKalb, Sycamore, Sandwich, Plano, Sugar Grove, Yorkville and Oswego. (PRWeb October 30, 2014) Read the full story at
October 30 2014
4 Stateline Counties Among 'Healthiest' in Illinois -- 1 Among 'Unhealthiest'
WTVO/WQRF -- The Stateline area has 4 of the healthiest and 1 one of the unhealthiest counties in the state according to a ranking by 'County Health Rankings & Roadmap' and analyzed by the website 'Reboot Illinois.' Jo Daviess (5th healthiest), DeKalb (10th), Whiteside (17th) and Boone (18th) made the healthiest list. Winnebago (79th) was among the unhealthiest. 'County Health Rankings ...
September 27 2014
Protecting DeKalb County seniors
Milton, illinois
Katrina J. E. Milton / Elder Care Services of DeKalb County's Executive Director Tara Culotta, left, discusses the blueprint of ECS' new location with President of the Board Marilyn Knetsch, center, and Marshall Hayes, right, a current board member and previous director of ECS for 17 years.
August 04 2014
UPDATE: Black Bear Back In Ogle County
UPDATE (6/18/14): The Ogle County Sheriff's Dept. confirms the bear was sighted in the lawn at KSB Hospital Wednesday morning.  It has since moved on. UPDATE (6/13/14): The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office received several calls of reported sightings of the black bear. On Thursday, the bear was spotted near the intersection of Rt. 64 and W. Old State Rd. just west of Sycamore around 9:19pm. About ...
June 22 2014
UPDATE: Man Shot by DeKalb County Sheriff’s Deputy
UPDATE (5/28/14): Coleman has been released from the hospital and placed under arrest. He's being charged with unlawful use of a weapon and assault to a police officer. He is being held at the DeKalb County Jail. DEKALB- The shooting happened in the 2300 building of an apartment complex called Suburban Estates. Deputies arrived on-scene around 1 P.M. Saturday. There were reports that an armed ...
June 11 2014
Deputy Injured When Squad Car is Rear-ended During Traffic Stop
DEKALB COUNTY -- A DeKalb County Sheriff's Deputy was injured after he cruiser was rear-ended during a traffic stop. 31-year-old Deputy Dave Christiansen was parked in his 2007 Chevy Impala patrol car on Route 30 near Pritchard Road late Sunday night when he vehicle was hit from behind by a 2006 Chevy Trailblazer. Christiansen was taken to Kishwaukee Community hospital for evaluation, but was ...
June 11 2014
UPDATE: Suspect Shot by DeKalb County Deputy Arrested
A man shot by a DeKalb County Deputy is now out of the hospital and sitting in jail.
June 11 2014
Woman charged with murder for death of DeKalb boy
A northern Illinois woman is facing murder charges after authorities say she choked a 15-month-old after the boy bit her.
May 21 2014
Public Health Week focused on awareness, prevention
“Public Health: Start Here” is the theme of National Public Health Week 2014, an initiative of the American Public Health Association supported by the DeKalb County Health Department. This year, the public health community is focusing on raising awareness of the importance of prevention.
April 13 2014
Percussion ensembles support hospices
DeKALB – KishHealth System Hospice is sponsoring its third annual benefit concert, Transformation Through Rhythm, at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 16, in Boutell Memorial Concert Hall in the Northern Illinois University Music Building.
March 31 2014
Illness outbreak linked to Mexican-style cheese
The DeKalb County Health Department has had no reports of illnesses caused by contaminated cheese, but public health administrator Jane Lux is warning the public to beware of illegally manufactured cheese in the wake of a regional salmonella outbreak.
March 31 2014
Maple Park man struck, killed by vehicle near DeKalb
DeKALB – The Maple Park man who was struck and killed by a vehicle while walking near the intersection of Route 38 and Webster Road near DeKalb will help provide eyesight for two people.
March 26 2014
Vets and Pets Unite at NIU for a Good Cause
DEKALB- A group of students at the College of Business of Northern Illinois University (NIU) are working with the organization Save-A-Vet to improve the life of retire military and police dogs and disabled veterans. Save-A-Vet rescues dogs and provides housing to disabled veterans for taking care of them. Now, a group of students from NIU are creating a magazine that will generate funds for a ...
March 07 2014
Kish welcomes new oncologist
DeKALB – The KishHealth System Cancer Center welcomes a new physician in hematology and oncology, Habib A. Shaikh, DO. Dr. Shaikh is board-certified in medical oncology and internal medicine.
March 06 2014
Gala event benefits KishHealth
DeKALB – KishHealth System Foundation presents A Formal Affair, Saturday, March 8, in the Duke Ellington Ballroom at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb.
March 06 2014
County helps people find insurance
The March 31 deadline for Americans to obtain health insurance is approaching, and the DeKalb County Health Department is taking appointments for assistance to enroll in Medicaid or the Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace.
February 25 2014
Waste Management agrees to extra safety measures
SYCAMORE — Waste Management agreed to take extra precautions at its Cortland area landfill after Attorney General Lisa Madigan filed a lawsuit in DeKalb County Circuit Court, officials announced Friday.
February 25 2014
New providers seeing patients at Kish clinics
Oak Lawn, illinois
Family medicine physician Shaun Mathen, DO, and internist Ghori Khan, MD, have begun seeing patients at a new KishHealth System Physician Group office located in the lower level of the Kishwaukee Professional Building, 8 Health Services Drive, Suite 5, DeKalb, on the Kishwaukee Hospital campus.
February 21 2014
KishHealth System Physician Group Provider Changes in DeKalb and Waterman
Oak Lawn, illinois
Family Medicine Physician Shaun Mathen, DO, and Internist Ghori Khan, MD, have begun seeing patients at a new KishHealth System Physician Group office located in the lower level of the Kishwaukee Professional Building, 8 Health Services Drive, Suite 5, DeKalb, on the Kishwaukee Hospital campus. Drs. Mathen and Khan are newly employed by the KishHealth System Physician Group. David Wester, PA-C ...
February 21 2014
UPDATE: Carbon Monoxide Found After Cortland School Evacuated
UPDATE (01/16/14) -- The landfill that gassed out dozens of stateline elementary school children and staff says it'll pay up. According to the DeKalb Daily Chronicle, Waste Management will cover the costs of the medical bills of the nearly 70 people hospitalized tuesday. They were sickened after a strong odor from the landfill drifted to the school thanks to strong winds, and workers digging in ...
January 17 2014
Kish CEO to chair state hospital association board
Sandwich, illinois
DeKALB – Kevin Poorten, president and CEO of KishHealth System, has been elected to serve as the chair of the Illinois Hospital Association’s (IHA) Board of Trustees for 2014. Poorten’s one-year term, including chairmanship of the board, will take effect on Jan. 1, 2014.
January 14 2014
Dance marathon to help fund children’s hospital
DeKALB – Northern Illinois University will hold its first-ever Dance Marathon from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Campus Recreation Center.
December 02 2013
Copple re-elected to regional health board
Sycamore, illinois
DeKALB – Brad Copple, president of Kishwaukee and Valley West Hospitals, has been re-elected to serve a three-year term on the board of directors of Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC). MCHC is a membership and service association comprised of more than 150 hospitals and health care organizations working together to improve the quality of health care services in the metropolitan ...
November 09 2013
Health department to teach about Affordable Care Act
The DeKalb County Health Department is one of 82 local health departments in Illinois selected to participate in the outreach and enrollment effort for the Affordable Care Act. In-person counselors will help consumers understand coverage options, determine eligibility and enroll in new affordable health insurance options.
October 15 2013
Pediatric orthopedic surgeon joins KCH staff
DeKALB – Pediatric orthopedic surgeon Laura Lemke, MD, FAAOS has joined the medical staffs of both Kishwaukee and Valley West community hospitals.
August 28 2013
Convicted Killer Seeks To Withdraw Plea In NIU Student’s Murder
It might be two weeks before a DeKalb County judge rules whether the man who pleaded guilty to the murder of Northern Illinois University student Toni Keller can change that plea.
August 21 2013
Area hospitals get state grant funds
Sherman, illinois
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn’s office announced $1.4 million in state grants to hospitals in DeKalb and Kane County. The money is part of $24.3 million in the Illinois Jobs Now! capital construction program to address the critical needs of Chicago metro area health care institutions, according to a release. “It is crucial that hospitals have the most up to date facilities and equipment to deal ...
August 18 2013
Former Aurora Township candidate dies in car crash
AURORA — Carmen Cantu, who most recently lost a bid for Aurora Township trustee, was killed in a car crash on Interstate 88 last week, township officials confirmed Monday. Cantu, 61, died in a three-car crash April 22 after a collision with another vehicle on Interstate 88 near the DeKalb County-Kane County border. A truck began leaking ethanol after the crash, according to Illinois State Police ...
May 05 2013
61-year-old woman dies in Monday I-88 crash
DeKALB – A 61-year-old woman was killed in a three-vehicle crash on the Interstate 88 DeKalb County-Kane County border Monday night.
April 27 2013
NIU freshman murder: Suspect William Curl likely to take plea deal in Antinette Keller case
Sycamore, Illinois
The DeKalb man accused of killing a freshman at Northern Illinois University was expected to accept a plea deal Wednesday.
April 27 2013
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