After 44 years of practicing medicine in Pinckneyville, John Gregg Fozard, MD has decided to retire from clinical practice effective July 31, 2022. He still plans to continue as the Family Medical Center Medical Director as well as making patient rounds at the area nursing homes. Dr. Fozard stated, “It is with bittersweet thoughts that I announce my decision to retire from active office practice effective July 31, 2022.” He went on to say, “I am proud to have been able to provide medical care in Pinckneyville for 44 years; especially at the new hospital with the growth and improvements seen over the last several years.” “While medicine can be demanding, it has also been very rewarding and I have enjoyed being a part of helping to keep my patients and friends well.”
Pinckneyville Community Hospital is excited to announce that Dr. Marie Gorski, General Surgeon, has joined the hospital staff.
We all feel anxious from time to time – and usually with good reason. However, when individuals experience anxiety on a daily basis
that is often out of proportion to their actual life circumstances, they may have an anxiety disorder. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (or GAD) is a very common mental health issue with as many as 4 million adult Americans being diagnosed with the disorder annually.
Pinckneyville Community Hospital (PCH) is pleased to announce that Chelsea Kuhnert, MSN, FNP-C has joined its medical staff and will care for patients as a Nurse Practitioner hospitalists.