Harrisburg Medical Center is a progressive hospital with 86 beds and 45 physicians on staff. Mulberry Center, our psychiatric services unit, is a 26-bed inpatient behavioral health service for both adults and geriatric adults. Bradford House, an outpatient behavioral health program, is designed to reduce the length of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or divert individuals from inpatient hospitalization completely. Harrisburg Medical Center established its Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in November of 2010, providing an additional step along the continuum of psychiatric services. This program is designed to provide more intensive services than those provided in a traditional outpatient visit, but less intensive services than those provided in inpatient care or partial hospitalization programs. Our doctors represent most major medical specialties including cardiology, emergency medicine, family practice, gynecology, internal medicine, nephrology, neurology, oncology and radiation oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pathology, podiatry, psychiatry, psychology, pulmonology, radiology, surgery, and wound care. In 2003, the hospital completed a multimillion-dollar expansion. This addition included an oncology/infusion unit, private two-room mammography suite, surgical suites, expansion of Ambulatory Care, with an additional scope room, geriatric behavioral health unit, and shipping and receiving area. Additions made to the hospital's services in 2005 include a sterile supply unit and an additional waiting room. Other spaces such as Imaging Services, Respiratory Therapy, Pharmacy, Lab, Medical Records and Nursing Administration were remodeled. Harrisburg Medical Center's Home Health Care provides a variety of services to patients in the comfortable and familiar surrounding of their homes. Home Health serves citizens in nine counties within a 50-mile radius of Harrisburg. The hospital conducts outreach programs to the community through wellness workshops, arthritis education and exercise programs, Caregiver Learning Circle support group, Support Group for Parents & Guardians of Children with Special Needs, Look Good...Feel Better sessions, and wellness activities for schools and other community organizations. Partnerships with businesses in particular, Southeastern Illinois College have allowed us to broaden the services we offer. Three clinics with physicians, mid-levels, a child psychologist, and adult psychotherapist, and technicians serve the people of southeastern Illinois. Harrisburg Medical Center, as one of the largest health care facilities in southeastern Illinois, offers a variety of health care services. Surgical procedures, diagnostic testing, home health outreach, nutrition guidance and volunteer services are but a few. Over 40 physicians cover most major medical specialties making Harrisburg Medical Center a leader in health care services. Member of the Mission Health Network providing patients in Saline County, Southern Illinois with health services and medical treatment.