(BREESE, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese is hosting a celebration in honor of Dr. Jonathan Osborn’s 39 years of providing excellent care to the community. Dr. Osborn’s patients and community members are invited to celebrate his retirement on Thursday, June 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the cafeteria at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital.
 
“We can’t overstate the impact that Dr. Osborn has made in our community over the past 39 years of service. His high quality expertise and commitment to patient care has been a blessing,” said Chris Klay, President and CEO of HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital.  “We extend our deepest gratitude and wish him a well-deserved retirement.”
 
After two years of working in the marketing field, Dr. Osborn found a passion to become a physician and began medical school.  He started his practice in Breese in 1979, forming a joint practice that later grew into HSHS Medical Group. Over the years he has enjoyed delivering patient care to generations of families, making house calls and teaching others. Dr. Osborn has been a great guide to medical students, mid-level practitioners and nursing students during his career.
 
“Serving multiple generations of local patients throughout the years has been a great honor,” said Dr. Osborn. “I look forward to continue giving to the Clinton County community after retirement.” Dr. Osborn also plans to spend his retirement with family, traveling and partaking in various hobbies.
 
For more information about the celebration in honor of Dr. Osborn’s retirement, please call 618-526-5458.

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HSHS Illinois
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