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HSHS Medical Group celebrates new medical building in Maryville

hshsmaryvillebuildingHSHS Medical Group celebrated with an open house and blessing for a new facility at 2401 Illinois Route 159 (South Cedar Street) in Maryville.

The new facility is home to HSHS Medical Group Family & Internal Medicine, previously located in Collinsville.

Speakers included Craig Short, mayor, Maryville; Melinda Clark, chief executive officer, HSHS Medical Group; and Loren Hughes, MD, president, HSHS Medical Group. A blessing was offered by Father Eoli Roselada, OFM, priest chaplain at HSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in O’Fallon, IL. The Troy/Maryville/St. Jacob/Marine and Collinsville Chambers of Commerce led a ribbon cutting.

“These physicians and advanced care registered nurses have cared for patients in Collinsville for several years,” said Melinda Clark, chief executive officer of HSHS Medical Group. “We are excited about this new facility in Maryville that allows us to continue to be close to our Collinsville patients while also offering convenient care to Maryville and surrounding communities. We look forward to continuing patient-first care and enhancing the health and wellness of families in the Maryville area.”

In addition to primary health care for patients of all ages, the clinic will also offer state-of-the-art lab and imaging services on-site. All Collinsville staff, including providers Paul Malcharek, MD; Zachary Luchtefeld, DO; Amanda Kilzer, APRN; and Holly Shirley, APRN; have relocated to the new facility.

PHOTO: From left, Mandi Vehlow, director of Clinic Services, HSHS Medical Group Southern Illinois Division; Tammy Lett, interim chief program integration officer, HSHS Medical Group; Amanda Kilzer, APRN; Paul Malcharek, MD; Zachary Luchtefeld, DO; Holly Shirley, APRN; Melinda Clark, chief executive officer, HSHS Medical Group.

About HSHS Medical Group

HSHS Medical Group is the physician organization of Hospital Sisters Health System. Launched in 2009, HSHS Medical Group is a critical component of the HSHS Care Integration strategy, which focuses on bringing physicians, technology and patients together to improve the overall health of our communities. Today, HSHS Medical Group is comprised of more than 1,300 colleagues in locations throughout central and southern Illinois.


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