• Cancer Care

    Collaborative Care: A conversation with Dr. Houman Vaghefi


    “You can have the most advanced treatment in the world, but if you don’t connect with the patient and their family, that’s a missed opportunity to deliver the full scope of care,” says Dr. Houman Vaghefi, Director of Radiation Oncology.

  • The Goshen Community

    Volunteers give and take at Goshen Health community garden


    Every time Betty Mullet arrives at the Goshen Health community garden, she knows it’s going to be a good day. It’s her time to learn something new, nourish the soul and serve her community.

  • Cancer Care

    Collaborative Care: A conversation with Dr. Daniel Bruetman


    “Every day, we get to play a small part in stories of courage and caring. We are moved by the strength, perseverance and commitment displayed by our patients and their loved ones. We learn from their fortitude.”

  • Healthy Lifestyle

    Put the spring back into your step this April


    “For the diabetic patient especially, spring is such an important time of year,” says Robyn Radford, Director of Goshen Wound Center. “The weather is getting nice, people are putting away the boots and pulling out the sandals, or even going barefoot. For a diabetic patient, wearing sandals or going barefoot can have terrible consequences. These patients don’t have good sensation in their feet and might not even know they have been injured. Without knowing there is an injury to address, a diabetic wound can quickly go from minor to limb threatening in just a matter of days.”

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