The Dale and Deborah Smith Center for Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment at SIU Medicine provides clinical care, research and community programs throughout Illinois. Since 1986, its employees have diagnosed, treated and educated Illinois families with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. In the past year, the center, along with its Memory and Aging Network, has served more than 4,000 patients and their families.
Video Name/Description Length Surgery Procedures Basic Techniques of Wound Closure 36:14 Concepts of Scrubbing, Gowning and Gloving 25:38 Proper Technique for Transferring a Patient in the Operating Room 5:00 Online MedEd Surgery: General - Preop Evaluation 10:53 Surgery: General - Postop Fever 10:23 Surgery: General - Other Postop Issues 22:43 Surgery: General - Obstructive Jaundice 12:24 Surgery: General - Esophagus 14:23 Surgery: General - Small Bowel 13:09 Surgery: General - Pancreas 07:13 Surgery: General - Gallbladder 20:16 Surgery: General - Colorectal 16:44 Surgery: General - Abdominal
Cheryl is a senior health policy executive with a distinguished consulting and public service career in public health, population health, health financing and system reform. She currently serves as the Managing Director, Healthcare Payment, Innovation & Quality for the MITRE Corporation. She spent nine years at NORC at the University of Chicago where she was a Senior Fellow in the Public Health Department and over three decades as a senior executive at the US Department of Health and Human Services. She is a results-oriented, decisive leader with a record of high performance; exceptional
May 8, 2020 Beginning May 11, the Governor’s “Restore Illinois” plan allows elective procedures and surgeries to once again be performed. SIU Medicine providers will be performing procedures and surgeries at a variety of hospitals. Each hospital has slightly different restrictions, processes and prioritization criteria. Patients will be tested for COVID-19 prior to surgery to ensure the safety of the patient and the medical team. Each hospital will work with you to coordinate the required testing prior to your surgery or procedure. Emergent surgeries will be done without testing as we are