Location Profile

Greenville, Illinois

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Greenville, Illinois
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Greenville, Illinois that dates back more than 50 years. Efficient and experts in quality compassionate care, the facility offers services including emergency, OB, physical therapy, and more.

Community Overview

Affordable and picturesque with tree-lined streets, the town of Greenville is a small green city located less than an hour from St. Louis, Missouri. Its quiet pace and small-town feel have made it a nice place to live for families and young professionals. Named one of the top 6,300 Best Places to Live in America by Niche.com readers, Greenville is a quiet and family-friendly city. The tree-lined streets, laidback pace, and family-friendly amenities have made it a nice place to live. And for those on a budget, it offers one of the lowest cost of living in the state.

Learn more about Greenville at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Bond County Community Unit School District serves Greenville as well as neighboring towns Pocahontas and Sorento. The district contains 3 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 1 high school. Of these campuses, Greenville has an elementary school, Greenville Elementary, and a junior high school, Greenville Junior High School located within the city limits. With a low student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1, students have a great environment in which to learn and flourish academically. Niche.com readers ranked the district among the top 200 districts with the best teachers in the state, as well as among the top 200 safest school districts. The high school ranks as a Silver winner on the U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools and among the top 8,000 high schools in the country. Greenville doesn’t have any private schools within the city, however, there are several options in nearby towns.

Click here to read more about public schools in Greenville.
Click here to read about private schools in Greenville.

Once you find the schools you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

The shopping scene of Greenville includes locally-owned boutiques, plus an assortment of antique stores, drug stores, and other shops. If you’re looking for gifts, jewelry, books, toys, and other items, there are several options for you to browse.

Greenville has a diverse collection of entertainment destinations. A new theatre group was formed in 2018 and helped expand the city’s entertainment options. The group will present family-friendly plays at the American Farm Heritage Museum. The Museum itself one of the popular things to do in Greenville and features a look at the rural heritage of the area. It’s home to the Hill’s Fort and one of the largest collection of military vehicles in the county. Shows of living history with recreations and reenactments are offered by the Museum throughout the year along with various family-friendly events. The Richard W. Bock Sculpture Museum is an amazing collection of over 300 pieces of sculpture by Richard Bock, letters by Frank Lloyd Wright, and more. Visiting is available by appointment only, and this museum has been called a gem of South Illinois. The DeMoulin Museum is a wacky museum centered around pranks and lodge initiation devices with hand-crafted machinery built by the DeMoulins. Today the DeMoulins are known for being the largest manufacturer of band uniforms in the country, but this is a charming museum that reflects their heritage. It’s popular with school field trips and features hands-on interaction with some of the machines. The Hoiles-Davis Museum features local Bond County history, and will reopen in 2019-2020 at a new piece of property. For movies, you can’t miss the Globe Theatre. It’s the place to see all of the newest Hollywood releases and inside a restored 1939 building. Families also like to visit the Marcoot Jersey Creamery, a local dairy farm with tours and a country store. Visitors can see the dairy process up close by watching workers make cheese, touring a cow barn, sampling cheese, and more.

There’s plenty of parks and outdoor recreation options in Greenville. The Nature Preserve is a  beautiful spot with a hiking trail that winds around a lake. Bauer Memorial Garden features a picnic area, garden, and some lovely shaded trees to read or relax under, while Breehne Park holds a playground. Jaycee Park has covered shelters, baseball fields, a playground, and plenty of space to play. Patriot’s Park is prime for fishing, disc golf, and other activities. There’s also a public pool, baby pool, and splash paid within the city.

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Crime Rate

Greenville is safe for families and has a crime rate that’s 41% lower than the national average. The city is safer than nearly 70% of the rest of the country.

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