A combination of University-owned and leased structures and affiliated community hospitals provides the base for SIU School of Medicine programs. The main facilities for delivering the medical school curriculum are in Carbondale and Springfield. Facilties in Carbondale are home to the first year of the M.D. program and basic science research laboratories. Springfield facilities provide for the remaining three years of medical school as well as residency programs and additional basic research laboratories.
The Springfield campus also has a wide range of facilities for clinical care of patients. Two community hospitals in Springfield, Memorial Medical Center and St. John's Hospital, are the primary sites for clinical instruction. Hospital affiliations in Carbondale, Decatur and Quincy support the family medicine residency programs.
The four-story structure provides space (160,685 square feet) for instructional purposes. It also houses offices of the Dean and Provost and other administrators, the medical library, the Pearson Museum, the Professional Development Laboratory and more than 30 research laboratories.
This facility, opened in 2010, consolidates most of the School's multi-disciplinary cancer clinics. These clinics include one for general hematology and oncology patients as well as those for patients with breast, head and neck, lung, gynecological, prostate and pediatric cancers. The facility includes rooms for support group meetings and a cancer learning resource center.
The five-story structure (73,123 square feet) is connected to the north side of the School's Medical Instructional Facility and provides laboratory and office space for the medical school as well as the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and the Illinois Department of Public Health. It provides controlled environment areas and immunology and virology laboratories.
The two-story structure (23,000 square feet) houses 19 laboratories for various research efforts, including some related to the Simmons Cancer Institute at SIU.
This two-story building houses the SIU Foundation Office, which provides philanthropic support for the School of Medicine.
This two-story building houses patient billing operations for the School of Medicine.
This two-story building includes SIU HealthCare administration and the SIU Call Center.
In 2002, the Department of Psychiatry moved to this one-story building. Their clinics, academic offices and Community Support Network are located here. The child and adolescent psychiatry division is based at Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center and the Noll Pavilion on the south side of Springfield.
SIU Pediatric and fetal cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery maintain clinics in this building affiliated with St. John's Hospital.
This facility houses clinics for general, vascaular and neurosurgery.
This five-story medical office building is home to various hospital and medical services. It houses the School's Institute for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and surgery specialty clinics.
Named for our founding dean, the four-story structure (106,894 square feet) houses several outpatient clinics, as well as the Center for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders. The School's physician group, SIU HealthCare, provides patient care within the building's 102 exam rooms and treatment rooms.
The five-story structure (109,310 square feet) houses laboratory and office space and is connected to the west side of the Springfield Combined Laboratory Facility. It provides laboratories for the Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois State Police Forensic Laboratory as well as additional labs for the medical school, including an electronmicrosopy suite.
This one- and one-half-story building houses various offices, including Family Medicine administration, Medical Education, Dept. of Medical Humanities, Telehealth Network and Programs, and Compliance.
The two-story structure (64,596 square feet) houses Human Resources, Photography, and various business support units including Purchasing, Print Shop, and Mailing Services.
This one-story building houses the administrative offices of the Office of Community Health and Service, which includes the Associate Dean's office, Continuing Medical Education and Regional Medical Programs. Alumni Affairs is also housed in this building.
The two-story building (28,835 square feet) is home to the Springfield Famiy Medicine clinic, including its outpatient facility with 30 exam rooms.
This two-story building houses the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic and a Family/Community Medicine Clinic.
SIU services in this building, a part of St. John's Hospital, include clinics for SIU's Departments of Pediatrics and Surgery as well as adminstrative offices for the Department of Pediatrics.
SIU's Division of Vascular Surgery resides in the Miller building.
This building has classrooms and faculty offices associated with microbiology/miochemistry, miology. It also contains School of Medicine offices and research lab space for a portion of the Department of Physiology. Constructed in 1970, the Life Science II building serves primarily as a teaching lab environment for the biological sciences.
To accomodate the School of Medicine activities in Carbondale, the second and third floors (24,705 square feet) have been renovated while other areas have been remodeled. The building houses instructional areas, student affairs, faculty and medical education offices, and the Medical Resource Center.
Built in 1904 as the original library for then Southern Illinois Normal University, the building (11,745 square feet) now houses the School of Medicine's Carbondale administrative offices and the MEDPREP program. It also includes conference rooms, classrooms and study areas.
One of the newer buildings on the Southern Illinois University campus, the Life Sciences III building was constructed in 1995. The School of Medicine and the College of Science share this research facility. The Department of Anatomy and the majority of the faculty in the Physiology are located on the second floor which houses faculty offices and research laboratories. In addition, a small lecture hall, meeting rooms and central lab support rooms are available.
Constructed in 1963, J. W. Neckers building is shared by the School of Medicine and the University. Occupants of the building include: College of Science units of Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics; as well as Mass Spectrometry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance facilities and campus general classrooms. The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology department of the School of Medicine is located in this building, housing research labs and faculty offices for this unit.
Memorial Medical Center, part of a regional system, has 562 licensed beds with more than 3,000 employees and offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services.
SIU's Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is located in this building at St. John's Hospital along with St. John's Children's Hospital, a joint endeavor with the School of Medicine. SJCH serves pediatric patients from throughout central and southern Illinois and includes a 40-bed, level III neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit, intermediate and acute care facilities, and pediatric rehabilitation.
St. Mary's is a 370-bed, accredited health care center, offering a wide range of inpatient and outpatient medical care.
St. John's Hospital is a regional health care referral center with more than 700 beds and more than 2,800 employees.
This is the regional medical center for southern Illinois. The 142-bed facility is served by a comprehensive medical staff and is the southern Illinois leader for cardiac services, obstetrics, pediatrics and more. It is also a teaching facility, home to an SIU Family Medicine Residency Program that has 18 residents.