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Improving the health of our community through expert, compassionate and coordinated health care

Care Services

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    Cancer Care

    At Goshen Center for Cancer Care we offer world-class, expertise in a small town environment. From the moment you enter our facility, you’re surrounded by a multidisciplinary team of fellowship-trained specialists, dedicated to treating a single disease. Yours.

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    Hospital Services

    When you come to Goshen Hospital, you’re in good hands. Our highly trained doctors and healthcare team provide a full range of inpatient and outpatient services. Rest assured your safety and comfort always come first for us, whether an emergency or scheduled procedure brings you here.

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    Heart & Vascular

    We work as a team to provide award-winning heart attack care, while emphasizing prevention and healing. Our facilities are top-of-the-line, supporting our expert cardiologists, radiologists and vascular surgeons in their minimally invasive procedures to restore blood flow throughout the body and helping restore circulation to at-risk limbs.

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    Primary Care

    When it comes to health care, we know you want the best for your family. That's why our family medicine doctors, urgent care providers and internal medicine specialists provide a variety of services for every stage of life. From preventive care and health exams to treatment for common illnesses and managing chronic conditions, we’re here to take care of you.

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Health Library

  • Conditions

    Learn about conditions we treat in our online library. You’ll find hundreds of topics from arthritis to work injuries and everything in between. It’s a simple, quick resource to help you understand what’s going on in your body.

  • Treatments

    Find out about treatment options we offer. Our library includes articles on services available from our primary care doctors and specialists. You can explore topics on preventive care, self-management methods and advanced therapies to treat your condition.

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Goshen Articles

  • Not so fast: ‘Wait for Eight’ for baby’s first bath

    05/15/2019

    Does it matter how soon after birth a newborn is bathed? In fact, yes.

    Goshen Hospital’s Circle of Caring Birthplace holds off on the first bath for least eight hours, and with good reason: The delay results in both high breastfeeding rates and better temperature control for babies at the hospital.
  • Gaining more out of life by losing weight one step at a time

    04/29/2019

    A three- to four-year weight loss plan seems like a lifetime to some people. But that’s what it can take to lose 150 to 200 pounds on a non-surgery program managed by a doctor. Called medically managed weight loss, the program combines a calorie-controlled diet and exercise with accountability and support from weight loss experts.
  • Positives and negatives of genetic test results

    04/23/2019

    Tempted to try an at-home genetic test kit that can tell you about your cancer risks? Online options or drug store kits sound simple to use. Spit in a tube, mail it to a lab, get the results.

    But what do the results really mean? And what can you do with the information, whether it’s positive or negative?

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Join Us for an Event

  • CPR (BLS) Renewal for Colleagues ONLY by Department or Physician Office - MAY

    05/30/19

    This is a healthcare CPR renewal course for Goshen Health Colleagues ONLY. This course is held for each department in a specific month for that department. Student is going to watch video and complete...

  • Sibling Class

    06/01/19

    This one-hour class is for ages 2 to 10 years old and includes interactive discussion on what to expect with a new sibling at home. A “practice session” on diapering and holding a newborn are included...

  • Childbirth Series

    06/03/19

    Childbirth Series is hands-on learning to prepare for the birth of your baby. The series runs for two evenings and each class is approximately two hours long. It is recommended that Goshen Hospital’s ...

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