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Welcome to the North Central Illinois Perinatal Network!
 

Located in the Heart of Illinois, the North Central Perinatal Network serves 25 hospitals over 24 counties. Our goal is to improve outcomes for pregnant women and their babies through education and quality improvement activities. Facilitating the recognition of high-risk conditions and perinatal consultation, referral or transfer is central to improving outcomes.

 

The Administrative Perinatal Center (APC) for the North Central Illinois Perinatal Network is OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois. 

                        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



As a Level lll perinatal facility, OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center is equipped with highly qualified staff of maternal fetal medicine and neonatal specialists, provides care to women experiencing complicated, high-risk pregnancies, and provides highly specialized care for the high-risk newborn.

OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center is responsible for:

  • accepting referrals and transports of mothers and/or babies requiring Level lll care

  • providing consultation and education to professional colleagues in regional hospitals

OSF St Francis

Network Hospitals

  • Hospitals with no obstetric services available.

    Carle Eureka Hospital – Eureka​

    Carle Health-Pekin – Pekin​

    Carle Health-Proctor – Peoria​

    Genesis Medical Center– Aledo​

    Hammond Henry Hospital – Geneseo​

    Hopedale Medical Complex – Hopedale​

    Iroquois Memorial Hospital– Watseka​

    Memorial Hospital Association – Carthage​

    OSF HealthCare Center for Health – Streator​

    OSF HealthCare Heart of Mary Medical Center - Urbana

    OSF HealthCare Holy Family Medical Center – Monmouth​

    OSF HealthCare Saint Clare Medical Center – Princeton​

    OSF HealthCare Saint James-John W. Albrecht Medical Center – Pontiac

    OSF HealthCare Saint Luke Medical Center – Kewanee​

    OSF HealthCare Saint Paul Medical Center – Mendota

  • Hospitals that provide care to low-risk pregnant women and newborns, operate general care nurseries and do not operate an NICU or Special Care Nursery.

    There are currently no Level 1 hospitals in the North Central Illinois Perinatal Network

  • Hospitals that provide care to women and newborns at moderate risk, operate intermediate care nurseries and do not operate NICU or Special Care Nursery.

    Carle BroMenn Medical Center – Normal​

    Genesis Medical Center – Silvis​

    Graham Hospital – Canton ​

    OSF HealthCare Saint Elizabeth Medical Center – Ottawa​

    OSF HealthCare St. Mary Medical Center – Galesburg​

    McDonough District Hospital – Macomb​

    OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center– Bloomington​

    OSF HealthCare Sacred Heart Medical Center – Danville

  • Hospitals with Extended Neonatal Capabilities which can provide care to women and newborns at moderate risk and do operate a Special Care Nursery but do not operate a NICU.

    Carle Health-Methodist – Peoria​

    Unity Point Health-Trinity – Moline

  • Hospitals that provide care for patients requiring increasingly complex care and do operate a NICU.

    OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center - Peoria

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