Advocate Eureka Hospital

Advocate Eureka Hospital has cared for the people of Woodford County for more than a century. Its history dates back to 1901, when J.T. Wyatt, MD, established the only hospital in Woodford County, and it remains that today. Local physicians and community members have supported the hospital through the years to ensure its growth and success. And thanks to their contributions, Eureka Hospital continues to provide outstanding health care—setting new standards for what a rural hospital can accomplish.

Generous donors have helped the hospital build new facilities, acquire advanced technology, create innovative programs and earn recognition. Now, in an era of declining reimbursements and increasing health needs, charitable gifts are more important than ever in ensuring local access to the best care.

Funding Priorities

This flexible fund provides critical resources to address immediate needs and to support new programs that enhance the quality of care and patient experience. Gifts to this fund allow hospital leadership to respond quickly to important new requests and opportunities as they arise.

Well-equipped with state-of-the-art life-sustaining technology, Eureka Hospital has the only 24-hour Emergency Department in Woodford County. For after-hours or non-emergency health needs, the Emergency Department also serves as the community’s 24-hour immediate care clinic.

We are committed to serving the cardiovascular needs of our area. We make heart care as convenient as possible, providing a range of services and cardiac expertise you can count on to keep your heart healthy. Your gift will help us sustain quality heart care close to home.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact Eureka Hospital’s development team:

Scott Ford
Vice President, Development
309-268-2086
scott.ford@advocatehealth.com

Lisa Stuckey
Manager, Development
309-268-2090
lisa.stuckey@advocatehealth.com

Josh Barnett
Coordinator, Development
309-268-2088
josh.barnett@advocatehealth.com