HSHS Medical Group Benefi Center for Aesthetics and Benefi Center for Weight Loss have moved to 1192 E. Pershing Rd. in Decatur, Illinois. The new name of the clinic is HSHS Medical Group Health and Medical Spa.

“We wanted to create a spa-like environment that was welcoming to everyone,” Douglas Combs, MD, FACOG, HSHS Medical Group obstetrics/gynecology and aesthetics. “Our health, medical and weight-loss program are for women and men, and the new location provides our team and patients a dedicated and larger space for these services.”

HSHS Medical Group Health and Medical Spa offers cosmetic fillers, wrinkle-reducing injections, laser treatments, skin tightening, facial and body contouring, laser hair removal, facials, facial peels, fat reduction, microneedling, hair-growth treatments and the Ideal Protein weight-loss program.

HSHS Medical Group Health and Medical Spa will continue to have seasonal specials, which you can find at HSHSMedicalGroup.org/spaspecials or on Facebook by searching for #HealthSpaSpecials. 

To schedule an appointment or learn more about cosmetic services or the weight-loss program, please call HSHS Medical Group Health and Medical Spa at 217-321-7281.

 

Gift Cards

Gift cards are also available, which can be used for any services offered at HSHS Medical Group Health and Medical Spa. Stop by our office at 1192 E. Pershing Rd. to purchase one today!

Media Contact

Lori Harlan

Divisional Director of Marketing
HSHS Medical Group
Office: (217) 321-9292
Cell: (217) 321-9292
Lori.Harlan@hshs.org

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