Friday | via The Business Ledger
After failing to block the merger of Sherman Health and Advocate Health Care, rival Centegra Health System says it will now concentrate on building its hospital in Huntley. Comment?
Thursday May 16 | via Daily Herald
Sherman Hospital on Randall Road is merging with Oak Brook-based Advocate Health Care, but is still moving forward with a lawsuit to block rival Centegra Heatlh System from building a new hospital in Huntley. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via The Business Ledger
File photo The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board has approvecd Elgin-based Sherman Health Systemss plan to join Advocate Health Care By Tara Garcia Mathewson Daily Herald Business Ledger Writer The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board voted unanimously Tuesday to allow Elgin-based Sherman Health Systems to join ... (more) Comment?
Friday May 10 | via The Courier-News
As Sherman Health System prepares to go before a state regulatory board on Tuesday seeking permission to sell itself to giant Advocate Health Care, the rival chain that soon will be building a new hospital in Huntley is fighting to quash that merger. Comment?
Thursday May 9 | via Northwest Herald
Anette Rausch inspects plastic forms while working at TEQ - Thermoform Engineered Quality in Huntley on Thursday, May 2, 2013. Comment?
Wednesday May 8 | via Northwest Herald
HUNTLEY – Chip Borman, a constitutional lawyer and regional coordinator for Heritage Action for America, the sister organization of the Heritage Foundation, will be the guest of the Huntley Area Tea Party on Wednesday, May 15. Comment?
Monday May 6 | via PRWeb
The public can visit the newest RE/MAX brokerage in the metropolitan Chicago real estate market, RE/MAX Unlimited Northwest in Huntley, Ill., during an open-house event on May 16. Comment?
Thursday May 2 | via Examiner.com
Recognizing the importance of early detection, Centegra Health System's nationally recognized breast health program will hold Mammo Monday events throughout McHenry County during May and June. Comment?