Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is a not-for-profit, 89-bed hospital located 55 miles southwest of Chicago in the heart of Grundy County. Serving patients at 22 locations, we have physician offices in Braidwood, Channahon, Coal City, Dwight, Gardner, Marseilles, Mazon, Minooka, Morris, Newark, Ottawa, and Yorkville. We are best known for our compassionate and personalized approach to care.
Immediate Care locations in Channahon, Morris and Yorkville will be closed Thanksgiving day but open normal hours the rest of the holiday weekend, November 24-26. LEARN MORE!
- "I have been getting IV antibiotics and wound care in Ambulatory Care since October and I would like to express my graditude to the Nurses who work in that area. They have done an awesome job taking care of me. A special thanks to Stacey White for making sure I have been continued so this wound can heal. You are all great."
- "I was unexpectedly admitted to Morris Hospital. I can only say that everyone there was WONDERFUL. I had to stay for almost a week and all the nurses, aides Doctors and everyone couldn't have been nicer. Thanks all!!!!"
- "We live in Woodsmoke Ranch during the summer months, and of course all my regular doctors are back south in Florida. I had double knee replacement in Florida four years ago and while at Woodsmoke I recently twisted my left knee which ended up sending me to Morris hospital by ambulance (Seneca, great ambulance service). I cannot say enough about the excellent service and caring staff at the hospital from the emergency room through the in patient services to the food service. EXCELLENT HOSPITAL."
- Breathers' Support Group Starts 11/17/2017
- Introduction to Breastfeeding Starts 12/4/2017
- Holiday Eating Starts 12/5/2017
- Morris Hospital Offers New Treatment Program for Lymphedema
Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is offering a new outpatient lymphedema therapy service provided by specially trained physical therapists at the Diagnostic & Rehabilitative Center of Morris Hospital, 100 W. Gore Road in Morris.
- Morris Hospital Cardiologist Says Leg Pain Could Mean Blocked Arteries
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a circulatory condition in which arteries become clogged with fatty deposits called plaque, reducing blood flow to the extremities, most commonly the legs. Millions of Americans have PAD but many don’t know it.
- Morris Hospital CT Tech Recognized for All-Around Excellent Qualities
Jeff Thompson, of Wilmington, was honored as Morris Hospital & Healthcare Center’s October Fire Starter of the Month for his all-around excellent qualities, most notably being a caring and skilled CT technologist, wise and inspiring leader, and overall joy to be around.