The Network

The Memorial Network has been more than 56 years in the making, and it’s an ever-evolving plan for better healthcare right here—in your community.

Memorial Network
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    Memorial Hospital

    With a team dedicated to your health and the latest in medical technology, we are setting the standards in high-quality healthcare.

  • Memorial Hospital East
    Memorial Hospital East

    Coming in 2016! This 94-bed hospital will have private patient suites, ICU, cardiac cath lab, surgical suites, and an obstetrics unit.


Memorial Medical Group is a physician-directed, community-wide organization, committed to improving the health of its patients.

For a full listing of all members of Memorial’s Medical Staff, click here

Memorial Medical Group

Memorial Foundation raises funds and enhances community support to assist Memorial in providing providing exceptional healthcare.

Memorial Foundation

Memorial offers employment in a patient-centered environment where dedicated staff work together to serve our communities.

View a full listing of Careers at Memorial.

Memorial Careers

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Going Home

Information to make the return home easier

​If you will be going home the same day as your surgery, you will return to the post-operative area in the Outpatient Surgery Center after the recovery room. Your healthcare team will do everything possible to facilitate your discharge.

You will be given a list of post-operative instructions. It is important that you fully understand them. Please ask questions if any of the instructions are unclear. You may want to ask specifically about some or all of the following:

  • Medications
  • Staples, stitches, and incision care
  • Bathing and/or showering
  • Pain and pain control
  • Proper eating
  • Physical activity and exercise
  • Driving
  • Resuming sexual relations

At home it is important to be alert for unusual symptoms. You need to contact your surgeon/physician if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Fever above 101.5° F
  • Increased redness, swelling, and pain at incision site
  • Incision discharge that smells bad
  • Incision opens or incision bleeding that seems to be more than should be expected
  • Side effects from your medication
  • Intolerable pain

Follow-up care

Follow-up care, which is usually arranged with your surgeon's office, is important to monitor your recovery.

The Outpatient Surgery Center staff will call the day after your procedure to see how you're feeling. Let the staff know if you are having any problems after your surgery, such as nausea and vomiting or a fever.

The staff makes two attempts to try to contact you following your procedure. The staff will not leave a message on your answering machine or voicemail unless we have permission.

Please call Memorial's Outpatient Surgery Center with any questions at (618) 257-5230, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. and Saturday 6 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., or go to the nearest Emergency Department if you are unable to reach your physician or the Outpatient Surgery Center.

Memorial Hospital

4500 Memorial Drive
Belleville, Illinois 62226
(618) 233-7750

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Admission and Testing Center

4500 Memorial Drive
Belleville, Illinois 62226
(618) 257-5460

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Important Outpatient Surgery Information