Mercy Medical Center-Clinton is a faith-based, full-service community health system serving residents in Clinton and surrounding communities in eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois. With a history dating more than 120 years, Mercy - Clinton is proud to offer the latest in health and medical services with a caring, compassionate and personal touch. Mercy - Clinton provides a broad range of services to meet the health care needs of residents in the bi-state area. With two main campuses, Mercy operates 358 licensed beds, including 183 long-term care beds and a 23-bed dementia care unit. As the area’s largest employer, Mercy - Clinton’s staff of nearly 1,000 employees is dedicated to providing excellence in patient care.
As a major provider of health services, Mercy-Clinton is committed to working with other healthcare providers to assure a full continuum of excellent, cost-effective healthcare services accessible to all persons. Recognizing the importance of maintaining health, Mercy-Clinton creates opportunities to promote wellness and assist people to take responsibility for their own health and well-being. In addition, Mercy - Clinton supports community programs and activities that enhance the cultural and economic prosperity of its associates and the community at large.
YOUNG WOMAN OF ACHIEVEMENT – MARQUEL SCHULTHEIS
Marquel Schultheis will receive this year’s Young Woman of Achievement award. She is the daughter of Tim and Carie Schultheis and a senior at Clinton High School. Her nominator Laura Johnson shared, “She is going to shape and inspire many lives in her future through her strong faith, motivation and intelligence.” Her high school career has included involvement in Student Council and 3.0 Club all 4 years, National Honor Society, SADD Club, RSVP, FBLA, and as a Student Ambassador for three years. She was a member of the tennis team for two years and a volleyball team member throughout high school, recently receiving the Iowa Girls Volleyball 2012 All-Academic Team award.