Home > News > Brian Parks, DO, joins HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital’s Medical Staff

12/22/2016

Brian Parks, DO, joins HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital’s Medical Staff


(EFFINGHAM, IL) – Central Illinois Associates (CIA) and HSHS St. Anthony’s Memorial Hospital’s Center for Interventional Pain Management are pleased to welcome Brian Parks, DO, as their new Anesthesiologist and Pain Management Physician. Dr. Parks joined St. Anthony’s Medical Staff on December 12. 
 

Dr. Parks comes to St. Anthony’s from Mercy Clinic in Ada, Oklahoma, where he served as a Pain Management Physician. He is board certified in Anesthesiology and is Fellowship-trained and board certified in Pain Management.  He received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from A.T. Still University – Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Kirksville, Missouri, and completed his Anesthesiology Residency at Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, Michigan, where he also achieved his Pain Management Fellowship. 
 
Dr. Parks has joined Central Illinois Associates, and will be providing anesthesiology and pain management services at St. Anthony’s on a full-time basis.
 
St. Anthony’s Center for Interventional Pain Management
St. Anthony's Center for Interventional Pain Management is a hospital outpatient multidisciplinary pain management clinic that offers a full range of comprehensive pain management treatments.
 
The Center’s staff is committed to the complete non-surgical and minimally invasive management of pain syndromes. The goal is to decrease a patient’s pain as well as to increase their daily activities and enhance their quality of life. The Center for Interventional Pain Management will provide an evaluation, a diagnosis, and a treatment plan in which the patient is an active participant.
 
The Center’s colleagues follow a philosophy to:
  • Devote necessary time to listen to patients.
  • Provide a caring approach to the management of each patient's pain.
  • Develop a personalized treatment plan for each patient based on their unique pain disease and their goals for their treatment.
  • Educate each patient about their condition, treatment, options and progress.
  • Ensure that all procedures required are performed with the patient’s comfort and safety the top priority.
  • Support referring health care providers in the care of their patients.
A physician referral is required to make an appointment with Dr. Parks. For more information about the Center for Interventional Pain Management, call 217-347-6702.  

Media Contacts

Vicki Macklin
Marketing Specialist
217-347-1436
vicki.macklin@hshs.org
 
Terriann Tharp
Division Director, Marketing & Communications
Phone: 217-347-1275
terriann.tharp@hshs.org

Marketing & Communications Department
217-347-1275