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Mather-St. Charles Health Alliance

St. Charles Hospital and Rehabilitation Center and John T. Mather Memorial Hospital formed the Mather - St. Charles Health Alliance to enhance medical care to the communities they serve. Certain services formerly provided at both hospitals are now housed either at St. Charles or Mather, forming Centers of Excellence to better serve our patients.

Community Benefits

By housing certain services in one location, both hospitals can reduce cost, which will allow more resources to be invested in innovative new programs to better serve the community.

Services Available at Mather and St. Charles

  • Ambulatory Surgery
  • Emergency Department
  • Inpatient Medical/Surgical Care
  • Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit/Telemetry
  • MRI
  • Occupational Health Services
  • Stroke Center

Services Available at Mather Hospital

  • Alcohol Detoxification (Outpatient)
  • Angiographic Interventional Radiology Suite
  • Apheresis
  • Chest Pain Emergency Room
  • Inpatient Dialysis Unit
  • Hematology - Cancer Related
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Unit
  • Infertility & Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Mental Health Clinic
  • Oncology - Adult
  • Outpatient Alcohol Counseling
  • Outpatient Chemotherapy
  • Prostate Seed Implants
  • Psychiatric Partial Hospitalization - Adult & Adolescent
  • Psychiatry - Adult & Adolescent
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Stereotactic Breast Biopsy
  • Transitional Care Unit
  • Wound Care Centers
  • Mather Centers of Excellence
    • Bariatrics
    • Sleep Disorders Center

Long Island Health Network (LIHN)

The 10 hospitals of the Long Island Health Network joined together in 1998 to improve and standardize their clinical quality, enhance their operational efficiency, and expand access to care for all Long Islanders. Thanks to the efforts of thousands of employees at LIHN hospitals, more Long Islanders receive the highest level of evidence-based medical care, at a lower cost, than ever before.