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Caseyville, Illinois, St. Clair County, Illinois 38°37′59″N 90°1′58″W
The mission of Dave Sinclair Ford is to provide the best possible experience for families shopping for automobilessales or automobile servicing in Caseyville, Illinois. Dave Sinclair Ford has been the #1 Ford Dealership serving St. Louis, MO and Caseyville, IL. for over 47 years.
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Brief History of Caseyville
VILLAGE OF CASEYVILLE
The village was named in honor of Zadock Casey, who held many high offices in the state. In 1830 he was elected Lieutenant Governor, was a member of Congress for many years, and for several terms served in the state legislature.
Prior to the laying out of the village, Charles Harbour, a wealthy Frenchman, erected a fine large brick residence, and a steam saw mill, which he operated for several years. The mill was erected in 1845.
It was laid out as a village in 1849, by the Illinois Coal Company, consisting of the following named parties: Hon. Zadock Casey, Judge Walter B. Scates, Charles Harbour, Malcomb Robinson, Dr. Charles Barrett and John Roy. This company began the operation of coal mining extensively about this period. The mines were then worked by drifts, instead of shafts as now, two of which they dug into the side of the bluffs at this point. Until 1851, the coal was hauled to St. Louis by ox and mule teams across the bottoms. In February, 1851, the company completed a railroad from Caseyville to Brooklyn on which they immediately placed a locomotive, and rolling stock, and large quantities of coal were daily carried into St. Louis.
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|Population in 2010: 4,245. Population change since 2000: -1.5%|
|Median resident age:||40.0 years|
|Illinois median age:||42.2 years|
Zip codes: 62232
|Estimated median household income in 2009: $42,874 (it was $31,512 in 2000)|
Estimated per capita income in 2009: $20,870
|Estimated median house or condo value in 2009: $92,746 (it was $59,400 in 2000)|
Mean prices in 2009: All housing units: $88,121; Detached houses: $96,477; Townhouses or other attached units: $17,494; Mobile homes: $50,579
Median gross rent in 2009: $617.
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Touchette Regional Hospital proudly serves the metro-east communities of Alorton, Cahokia, Centreville, East St. Louis and Washington Park along with the surrounding region. Providing healthcare services for over 100 years, Touchette Regional Hospital consists of the hospital itself, Southern Illinois Home Care and Archview Medical Center.
Touchette Regional Hospital offers Cardiopulmonary, Laboratory, Radiology, Physical Therapy, Obstetrical Services, 24 hour Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical, Intensive Care and Surgical Services. Transportation services are available to Touchette Regional Hospital as well as local physician offices.
Touchette Regional Hospital utilizes the Lean Six Sigma methodology. Please visitLean Six Sigma in Healthcare for more information.
Gateway Regional Medical Center is a 382-bed hospital with a 100-bed behavioral health unit. The hospital and its predecessors have served the greater Madison County area for more than 100 years.
With a medical staff of more than 150 physicians, the hospital provides a wide range of health care services including inpatient, outpatient, medical, surgical and emergency care. Gateway Regional is home to the Bone & Joint Center, a leader in joint replacement surgery and recovery, and is known for its comprehensive behavioral health care, robotic-assisted surgery, as well as its robust cardiac care services. At Gateway Regional Medical Center, skilled professionals and technology come together to provide patients with compassionate, customer-focused care.
We believe that Pediatrics at its finest cares for the growth, development, and well being of all children, adolescents, and young adults through both prevention and compassionate acute care.
With over 90,000 patients annually relying on Anderson Hospital for their health care, it is hard to imagine our community being without an area hospital. Anderson Hospital is "making a difference" today thanks to the work of many dedicated people spanning many decades.
The need for an area hospital was first voiced as far back as 1920 when Anna Forberg Cook offered to give Collinsville a site on St. Clair Avenue on which to build a hospital. But with the city unable to finance the project, the idea was withdrawn. At almost the same time, the neighboring city of Edwardsville was also trying for a hospital only to find no available financial support.
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Welcome to the Caseyville Public Library. We have a variety of services to offer. We have a selection of fiction and nonfiction books, for both adults and children at several age levels. We have nine computers for public use. Anyone is welcome to use them. We offer interlibrary loan, getting books for you from other libraries if we do not have it in our collection. We have a fax machine and xerox copier for public use, and a notary public on the staff. We offer reference assistance also. These are only a few of the services available. Please feel free to ask any of our staff for assistance.
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