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Accreditation


The Division of Accreditation Operations

For more contact information on The Joint Commission

Joint Commission


Marshall Browning Hospital of Du Quoin, Illinois has achieved accreditation from The Joint Commission and has been awarded the Gold Seal of Approval.


The Joint Commission means that an organization complies with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care. The Joint Commission is an independent, non-for-profit organization established over 50 years ago and is the world leader in evaluating the quality and safety of care delivered in over 17,000 healthcare organizations across the country. Marshall Browning Hospital is committed to providing the highest level of quality care to our patients as well as providing a safe environment in which the care is provided.


As a patient, family member, community representative or employee of Marshall Browning Hospital in Du Quoin, you have the right to notify The Joint Commission regarding any concern about the quality of care provided, or safety of the environment in which care is provided. Anyone believing that he or she has pertinent and valid information about such matters should click here for details. Notify: Division of Accreditation Operations online complaint form. For more contact information on The Joint Commission. Anyone wishing to contact the management of Marshall Browning Hospital in Du Quoin, to report concerns about patient safety and quality of care may contact the hospital (618-542-2146) Chief Executive Officer - ext. 1402; Chief Clinical Officer - ext. 1408; or Safety Director - Ext. 1405. The public also has the right to contact the Illinois Department of Public Health at 535 West Jefferson Street, Springfield, Illinois 62761 (Phone 1-800-252-4343).
All physicians and mid-level providers furnishing services are independent contractors and are not employees of Marshall Browning Hospital with the exception of Dr. Gladstone Tucker, Dr. Malcolm Schulz, Dr. E. Clay Travis, Danielle Klump, FNP, Michael Staff, PA-C,and Heather Rice, PA-C. Emergency Room physician services are provided by Integritas Emergency Physician Services. Hospitalist services are provided by Integritas. Radiology services are provided under the auspices of Cape Radiology and pathology services are provided by SEMC Pathology. Specialty Clinics physicians holding clinics at Marshall Browning Hospital are independent contractors and are not employees of Marshall Browning Hospital. Anesthesia services are provided under the auspices of Southern Illinois Medical Services.
INDEPENDENT PHYSICIAN FEES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:
Independent physicians providing services at Marshall Browning Hospital bill for their services separately and the Hospital Financial Assistance application does not cover nor apply to fees charged. Independent physicians include but are not limited to emergency room physicians (Integritas Emergency Physician Services), radiologists (Cape Radiology), anesthesia (Southern Illinois Medical Services),and pathologists (SEMC). All specialty clinic physicians also bill for their services separately and the Hospital Financial Assistance application does not cover nor apply to fees charged with the exception of the following physicians: Gastroenterology Clinic: Christine Hachem, M.D., Alex Befeler, M.D.,Bruce Bacon, M.D., Jason Taylor, M.D.; Pain Management: Paul Juergens, M.D.; Pulmonology: Walid Halees, M.D., Suhail Istanbouly, M.D.; Rheumatology: Frederick Pfalzgraf, M.D.; Surgery & Wound Clinic: Malcolm A. Schulz, M.D.
MARSHALL BROWNING MEDICAL CLINIC:
Marshall Browning Medical Clinic is a hospital-based rural health clinic operated under Marshall Browning Hospital. Eligibility for financial need assistance as determined through the Patient Financial Assistance application will apply to services billed through the Marshall Browning Medical Clinic.