Hospitals / Healthcare St. Clair County (IL)

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BJC Facilities

  • Dispatch/Communications officer - The Security Department's goal is to maintain a safe work environment for all staff, visitors, patients and physicians. Security is responsible for safety at the hospital, care center, medical office buildings and the parking lots. Responsible for receiving, directing, processing, and routing all incoming and outgoing communications for the Security Department in accordance with Customer Service standards and expectations, and for performing other duties as required.

BJC Memorial Hospital - Belleville BJC Webpage

  • SouthWestern Illinois EMS System
  • 222 Beds, Located at Frank Scott Pkwy West between Hwy 161 and W. Main - Belleville)
  • Helipad 60LL for medivac helicopters
  • Uses CAREpoint radio system for communications with EMS
  • Acute care hospital offering medical and surgical services plus critical and emergency care including Children’s at Memorial for pediatric emergency care. It provides patients a full complement of diagnostic and treatment services as well as heart and vascular care. Memorial, offering medical and surgical services plus critical care, is an accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care and is designated as an Acute Stroke Ready Hospital by the IDPH.
  • 132W Bases/5-132W mobiles on 155.16, 155.22, 155.34, 155.28, 45W Bases on MED channels, 5-30W mobiles on 463 only (NFM) WRZN860 Issued 11/23

BJC Memorial Hospital - Shiloh (East)

  • 94 beds, 675 employees, 207,2120 sq.ft; Located at Cross St between I-64 and Frank Scott Pkwy East - Shiloh)
  • 94-bed, all-private suite hospital was recognized with Magnet status in 2018 and provides emergency care, labor & delivery, nursery, medical and surgical services plus critical care.
  • Not located in O'Fallon, but served by O'Fallon Fire District, O'Fallon-Shiloh EMS and O'Fallon Sewer/Water infrastructure
  • Helipad 61IL for medivac helicopters

HSHS Facilities

HSHS St Elizabeths Hospital

HSHS St Elizabeth's Hospital (O'Fallon)

  • 144 rooms, 1100 Employees, 450,000 sq.ft.
  • New $300 million facility located north of I-64/W at N Green Mount in O'Fallon opened on November 4, 2017.
  • Helipad 09IL Link
  • All licensed frequencies transferred to new location at One St. Elizabeth's Blvd, O'Fallon, Illinois
  • Repeaters on 452.625, 464.975, 464.925, 452.175 WPMP630

Kenneth Hall Regional Hospital (East St. Louis) [CLOSED]

  • 3505 Mississippi Avenue - Cahokia
  • Formerly operated Simmons Ambulance Company (East St. Louis)
  • April 8, 2008--Hospital is mostly closing, KHRH will move most of its services to Touchette Regional Hospital in Centreville.
  • Feb 1, 2008 KHRH suspends Level II Trauma services
  • 6/7/11 - As of 7 am today, the Emergency Room is now closed and people are advised to go to Touchette Regional Hospital in Centerville.

Former Frequencies

  • 461.50000 WQCM581 RM 192.8 PL Security / Maintenance FM
  • 154.51500 WNCY444 BM KH 154.515 Business Use FM
  • 461.62500 WNQX227 RMF 203.5 PL Simmons EMS (heard loud in FH 10/06) FM
  • 155.16000 WPJR977 M 131.8 PL MERCI3 Ambulance-to-Hospital Comms FM
  • 452.57500 KD36088 M In-house data (multiple frequencies) Telm

Touchette Regional Hospital (Centreville)

  • Opened in 1958 as Centreville Township Hospital, serving Cahokia Heights (Alorton, Cahokia, Centreville), East St. Louis, Washington Park, and the surrounding region.
  • Using a DMR system, the frequencies are co-used with other area licenses
  • TRH also provides non-emergency transportation for low income, elderly and disabled; uses unknown 2-way radio system; 9000 trips a year. 5 Mini-vans, 1 car.