To be designated as a critical access hospital, a hospital must be located in a rural area, provide 24-hour emergency services, have an average length-of-stay for its patients of 96 hours or less, be located more than 35 miles from the nearest hospital or be designated by the state as a "necessary provider." ICAHN serves 55 member hospitals throughout the state of Illinois. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR VIDEO.
For a complete list of ICAHN's critical access hospitals, click here.
By clicking on the name of the city in which each CAH is located, you may launch that hospital's own website.