Marshall Browning Hospital
Marshall Browning Hospital was conceived on January 14, 1918,when Lillie F. Browning drew up her last will and testament, leaving thebulk of her estate to a trust which would have the responsibility of erecting and supporting a public hospital in or near Du Quoin. She requested the hospital be named in memory of her husband, Marshall.
Marshall Browning Hospital is licensed as a twenty-five bed Critical Access hospital established to provide quality medical, surgical and emergency health services to the residents of Du Quoin and the surrounding areas.
Marshall Browning Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and by the College of American Pathologists. The hospital is licensed by the State of Illinois Department of Public Health.
Services are provided with the understanding that patients shall, if able, pay reasonably for what they receive; those who are not able to pay fully shall pay what they reasonably can; those who can pay nothing shall be treated without payment.
The hospital serves as a community health center, cooperating in educating the health care personnel and the general public and participating in emergency preparedness efforts. The Hospital has expanded its services to patients through a comprehensive range of medical specialty services off periodically by visiting consultants.
Our Mission and Vision Mission
The mission of Marshall Browning Hospital is to provide quality healthcare services to the people and community we serve within the scope of our abilities.Vision
- To be a leader and innovator in rural healthcare.
- To promote excellence in the provision of care to our patients and families.
- To create a healing environment through all stages of life.
- To continually improve service to our customers by identifying, meeting, and exceeding their needs and expectations.
Giving our personal and professional best for the benefit of othersTechnical Competence
Achieving and maintaining the skills to deliver today's and tomorrow's healthcare.Accountability
Recognizing our responsibility to ensure professionalism and integrity in the provision of care to our patients and community.Respect
Treating each person courteously and with consideration; valuing their worth as an individual.Safety
Providing an environment where patients and staff are free from harm.