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Built in 2011, ALMH is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Lincoln, IL. Our century-old legacy of community, volunteer and philanthropic support enables ALMH to thrive at times when other rural hospitals have to close their doors.

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Janice Sielaff

Back to Her Active Routine After Knee Surgery

Thanks to the pre-surgery class and consultation with the ALMH JointWorks coordinator, Janice knew what to expect. After surgery, her team had her up and walking within a day. She could tell a difference immediately.

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ALMH Offers Free Prenatal Class
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital reminds expecting families that each month it offers a free prenatal class. The next 3-hour class will be held Sunday, March 25 from 1pm – 4pm. The class will be held in Steinfort A at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital located at 200 Stahlhut Drive in Lincoln, Illinois. read more...
Free Orthopedic Assessment Clinic Returns to ALMH
The Lincoln Elks #914 Lodge in cooperation with the Illinois Elks Children’s Care Corporation and Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital will once again sponsor a free children’s orthopedic assessment clinic on Tuesday, April 10 from 1pm-3pm at ALMH. The clinic is by appointment only.  The clinic is an ideal time to have a child reviewed for bone and joint development.  If your child has an uncorrectable deformity, complains of back, knee, leg, ankle pain or has a back curvature, they can be seen at read more...
Carr Named ALMH February Employee of the Month
Karla Carr of Delavan has been named the February Employee of the Month at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Carr is senior occupational therapist and works in the rehabilitation department. read more...
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colon cancer is the leading cause of death in the United States (men and women combined), yet is highly preventable, detectable, and treatable. Many people with precancerous conditions or early colon cancer don’t know it. That is why screening is so important. The National Cancer Institute reports that in Logan County, Illinois colon cancer death rates are higher than the state and national average. In an effort to encourage screenings, Abrah read more...
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital Celebrates Heart Month with Red Hats for Newborns
Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital and the American Heart Association are celebrating American Heart Month by knitting and crocheting red hats for all babies born at the Lincoln hospital in February. read more...
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