Rosecrance announces staff achievements, promotions

Chief Medical Officer appointed to national ethics panel Download this news release as a PDF ROCKFORD – Dr. Thomas Wright, chief medical officer for Rosecrance Health Network, has been asked to join a newly established national advisory board on medical ethics. The goal of Editorial Advisory Board of the Physicians Index for Ethics in Medicine … Continued

Valentines for Vets project celebrates role of art therapy in treatment

Rosecrance patients and staff produced more than 120 hand-made cards for veterans on Valentine’s Day. February is national Therapeutic Recreation Month Download this news release as a PDF ROCKFORD, IL – Patients receiving inpatient treatment at Rosecrance’s adult campus on Harrison Avenue worked on their own recovery while reaching out to thank veterans who otherwise … Continued

Rosecrance partners with Crusader in effort toward integrated care

Rosecrance’s partnership with Crusader Community Health was featured in the Rockford Register Star. Partnership focuses on serving whole person Download this news release as a PDF A new partnership between Rosecrance and Crusader Community Health signals important progress toward integrating behavioral health and primary health care to better serve the comprehensive needs of patients. Rosecrance … Continued

New Rosecrance Foundation fund to support mental health services

Former members of the Janet Wattles Foundation board were honored Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012, at a gathering at the University Club of Rockford. Pictured, from left: Janet Beger, Rodney Link, Gwyn Gulley, Jeff Nielsen, Jean Beranek, Patricia Black, David Hagney and Richard Berman. Not pictured are Thomas Dudgeon, George Picha and financial adviser David Klintworth. … Continued

December edition of the Rosecrance enewsletter available

The December edition of the Rosecrance enewsletter is now available. This issue features information on how a national report about teen drug use mirrors Rosecrance admission trends, highlights from the Project SAFE program’s December graduation, a study on adolescent sleeping patterns and more. Click here to read the newsletter. Click here to subscribe by email.

17 women graduate from Rosecrance SAFE program

SAFE program helps women regain or retain custody of children Download this news release as a PDF ROCKFORD – One by one, graduates from Rosecrance’s Project SAFE program took the microphone on Dec. 9 at Court Street United Methodist Church to list the things for which they are grateful. The graduation took place during the … Continued