Out of an abundance of caution, HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital has regretfully decided to cancel the following events.  In consultation with the Effingham County Health Department, this decision is being made to best ensure the health and wellbeing of our community.

  • HSHS St. Anthony’s Foundation’s Butterfly Ball scheduled for March 14. The Butterfly Ball is being rescheduled for fall 2020.

  • All public masses in our Hospital Chamber are suspended until further notice.

  • Breast Cancer Support Groups scheduled for March 26 and May 28.

  • Breastfeeding Support Group scheduled for March 25 and April 29.

  • Bridges for Healing Hearts scheduled for April 2.

  • Diabetes Support Group scheduled for April 13.

  • Heartsaver CPR/AED Class scheduled for April 15.

  • Wellness Blood Screening Event at Newton Diagnostic Center scheduled for March 18.

  • Walk With a Doc scheduled for March 21 and April 18.

  • Monthly Blood Pressure Screenings scheduled at the following locations:

    • Altamont Municipal Building – March 23 and April 27

    • Dieterich Civic Center – April 9

    • Effingham Catholic Charities – April 1

    • Effingham Senior Center – April 2

    • Fayette County Senior Citizens Services – March 26 and April 30

    • Golden Circle Nutrition Site – April 6

    • Jasper County Senior Center – March 24

    • Shumway Kluthe Center – April 7

HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital will continue to evaluate other classes and programs into April and May.

This list will be updated on a regular basis to reflect additions and changes.

Media Contact

Brad Ochiltree

Manager, Marketing & Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (217) 464-1161
bradley.ochiltree@hshs.org

Latest News

Limited re-opening of front lobby entrance

 February 18, 2021

HSHS St. Anthony's begins limited re-opening of front lobby entrance for visitors.

 

Taking charge of your heart health

 February 17, 2021

HSHS St. Anthony's provides healthy eating and exercise tips during American Heart Month.

 

Celebrating the Big Game Safely

 February 5, 2021

Offense can be the best defense when celebrating football's biggest game of the season.