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partnerships

Partnerships can bring together the best parts of each entity to produce something valuable and new. BroMenn's partnerships combine the skills, talents and resources of other healthcare providers with those of Advocate BroMenn, creating needed services that neither entity could bring to the community as successfully on its own.

Community Cancer Center, a freestanding facility located at 407 East Vernon Avenue in Normal, was created in partnership with OSF St. Joseph Medical Center. The center focuses on outpatient services, community education and support for individuals with cancer and their families. To learn more, visit www.cancercenter.org or call 309.451.8500.

Midwest Center for Sleep Medicine, located at 1709 Jumer Drive in Bloomington, is a joint venture between BroMenn, Carle Clinic - Bloomington/Normal, and Illinois Heart and Lung Associates, S.C. The center offers comprehensive testing and treatment of sleep disorders for adults and children. For more information, visit www.midwestsleep.org or call 309.662.9997.

Evergreen Place, a 63-apartment assisted living facility, and Evergreen Village, a 99-bed supportive living facility is are joint efforts of BroMenn, Heritage Enterprises, and Blair Minton & Associates. Evergreen Place, located at 801 Gregory Street in Normal, was created for individuals who do not need nursing home care, but who may find it difficult to live safely in their own homes. For information, call 309.451.9355 or visit www.evergreenplaceassistedliving.com.

Evergreen Village, located at the corner of Raab Road and Towanda Avenue in Normal is an alternative to nursing home care for seniors. Personal care services are offered in apartment-style housing and independence is encouraged. Coming soon in the Evergreen Village vicinity are the Villas at Evergreen Village, independent living units specifically designed for those over age 55.  For more information about Evergreen Village, call 309.452.7300 or visit www.evergreenvillageslf.com.

BroMenn also has a preferred provider arrangement with Heritage as an option for patients who require long-term care after leaving the hospital. Heritage manages nursing homes in more than 20 Illinois communities. For locations, visit www.heritageofcare.com or call 309.828.4361.

The Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery at BroMenn, located within Advocate BroMenn Medical Center, brings the addiction treatment expertise of Peoria's Proctor Hospital to McLean County. Both inpatient and outpatient treatments are available for those with addictions to alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, eating and/or the Internet. For more information, go to www.addictionrecov.org or call 309.888.0993.

The Center for Outpatient Medicine (TCOM), a joint venture between BroMenn Medical Group and physician investors, is a freestanding outpatient surgery center located at 2502-B East Empire Street in Bloomington. The center offers advanced diagnostics, ambulatory surgery and outpatient orthopedic care. For more information, visit www.centerforoutpatientmedicine.com or call 309. 662.6120.

BroMenn Comfort & Care Suites is a joint venture between BroMenn and TCOM, located on the northeast side of the TCOM building (2502-B East Empire Street, Bloomington).  This three-bed recovery care center offers a warm, hotel-like atmosphere for low-risk patients to recover for up to two nights after surgery at TCOM.  Each spacious patient room is tastefully decorated with comfortable furnishings, concealing medical equipment behind rich wood cabinets. Patients are pre-screened and must be generally healthy, while still having a need for pain control and observation post-surgery.  For more information, visit www.centerforoutpatientmedicine.com or call 309.662.6120.

The Community Health Care Clinic (902 Franklin Avenue, Normal), is a free clinic for medically underserved McLean County residents. Funded by both BroMenn and OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, services are provided by volunteer doctors and nurses, by appointment only. To be eligible, an individual must not be eligible for any entitlement programs; must not have health insurance; must have been a resident of McLean County for the previous two months; and must have an income level at or less than 185% of the current federal poverty guidelines. For more information, visit www.cchchealth.org or call 309.888.5531.

Advanced MRI, LLC is a joint venture of BroMenn, Carle Clinic and several physician investors who have come together to bring to McLean County the most powerful and precise magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner available in routine clinical use to patients today.  The GE Signa® EXCITETM 3.0T  MRI system from GE Healthcare helps physicians diagnose disease with greater speed and confidence.  Considered the most advanced technology of its kind in the world, the scanner provides highly detailed pictures of anatomy and pathology to help doctors evaluate a wide range of conditions, including stroke, cancer, musculoskeletal and heart disease.  Advanced MRI is located at 1709 Jumer Drive in Bloomington.  For more information, call 309.665.0640.

The Digestive Disease Endoscopy Center is a joint venture between BroMenn and physicians from Digestive Disease Consultants .  Located at 1302 Franklin Avenue, Normal, it is an ambulatory surgery treatment center with three procedure rooms and a focus on gastrointestinal exams.  For more information, visit www.giendo.org or call 309.268.3400.

Orthopedic & Sports Enhancement Center, an Affiliate of BroMenn, is a joint venture between BroMenn Medical Group and Drs. J. Anthony Dustman and Robert Seidl.  Located at 2406 East Empire Street in Bloomington, Orthopedic & Sports Enhancement Center (OSEC) diagnoses, treats and provides rehabilitation therapy for both sports-related and non-sports-related orthopedic injuries, overuse injuries and nerve entrapment issues. It also operates Performance Enhancement programs for athletes and sports enthusiasts ages seven and up to assist with training in a variety of sports.  In addition, the Center features a Multi-Sport Training Facility that is the premier all-sports skills training site in the Bloomington/Normal area.  Drs. Dustman and Seidl also operate their full-time orthopedic medicine practices at the Center.  For more information, visit www.sportenhancement.net or call 309.663.9300.


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