Since 1955, Hopedale Medical Complex has been dedicated to its local communities by giving back. This continues as the tradition of a free Thanksgiving Meal lives on in 2019. The top-rated Critical Access Hospital will provide delicious free meals to the public and employees on November 28th, free delivery to homebound and handicapped persons in the Hopedale service area who can’t make it out to the Grove Street Café.
The meal will be served 11:00am until 1:00pm, serving up traditional fare of turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, dinner rolls and pumpkin dessert. Those looking for a deliverable meal in the Hopedale service area should call Café Manager Kevin at (309) 449-4243 by November 25th.
Hopedale Medical Complex was founded in 1955 by Dr. Lawrence J. Rossi Sr. with the help of dozens of hardworking area farmers and citizens and has grown exponentially from where it began as a 20-bed facility 64 years ago. Today Hopedale Medical Complex is a multi-faceted facility with an on-site emergency room, state-of-the-art surgical suites, physician’s offices, outpatient testing, daycare, Wellness Center, modern Nursing Home, along with an assisted and independent living facility.