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Big Move Made By Mendota Community Hospital
November 25, 2011
From the smallest office waste basket to the 1,095 pound Laboratory Chemistry Analyzer, three semi trucks moved Mendota Community Hospital from its location on Memorial Drive to its new home on Route 34 east of Mendota. The move was made over a four day period with multiple trips back and forth each day to accomplish the enormous task of transporting equipment, furniture, and supplies to the hospital’s new location.

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Mendota Community Hospital Welcomes Karen Nenne, N.P.
September 13, 2012
Mendota Community Hospital is excited to welcome Karen S. Nenne, APN/FNP, to its Physician Services of MCH staff. Ms. Nenne received a Diploma in Nursing in 1987 from the Methodist School of Nursing in Peoria, IL and began her career that year on the nursing staff at St. Joseph Medical Center in Bloomington, IL, working in medical oncology and obstetrics. For over 18 years she worked in single and group physician practice offices before returning to the hospital setting in June, 2008, when she accepted a position on the oncology staff at Methodist Medical Center of Illinois in Peoria. She went on to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, graduating Summa Cum Laude, from Kaplan University in Des Moines, IA, in June, 2009. While continuing to work at Methodist Medical Center, Ms. Nenne graduated with her Master’s degree in Nursing and Family Nurse Practice from Illinois State University, Bloomington, IL in May, 2012.

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John Prentice 2012 Conkey Family Memorial Awards Recipient
May 07, 2012
John Prentice, Registered Respiratory Therapist, (RRT), was the recipient of the 31st annual Conkey Family Memorial Award given out during National Hospital Week. The award, announced on Monday, May 7 during an afternoon reception at Mendota Community Hospital in their Prairie Café, is a cash gift given annually to an employee of MCH, chosen on the basis of his or her actions, which show the highest concern and attention for patients or the benefit of patients. The award is given to the person, who best exemplifies this attitude of care for patients directly or indirectly. Employees of MCH make nominations and the hospital’s Board of Directors chooses the recipient from those names nominated each year. Some excerpts from John’s nominations include: “truly cares about their profession”, “a true patient advocate”; “very dedicated to MCH”’; “understands the concept of “team effort”; “leads by example”’; “the kindest person I have ever known”; “always going above and beyond to help”; “excellent clinical skills”; “would be thankful to have this employee care for my family members”; and “his staff feels absolutely blessed to have him as their manager”.

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