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We all know quitting is easier said than done and for many of you it may be one of the hardest things you will ever do. You don’t have to do it alone. Make a plan and take advantage of the support available to you. Have you ever heard anyone say they regret quitting?
There are many reasons for putting off an annual screening mammogram, but Goshen Retreat Women’s Health Center (the Goshen Retreat) does not want financial difficulty to be one of them. The HeartStrings Sisters program provides financial assistance for screening mammograms for income-eligible, medically underserved women in our community.
Leonard Henry, MD, MBA, FACS, sees a bright future for Goshen Center for Cancer Care. As the center’s new Medical Director, he believes its dedication to patient-centered care will change the future of cancer treatment.
Bo Coody, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Nurse Practitioner, Radiation Oncology
In October 2017, Angela Hunsberger began working as an IT Project Manager at Goshen Health. A job change, she says, was “no mistake.”
In our new blog series, “Collaborative Care,” our Colleagues share about the advantages of teamwork. This approach to cancer treatment at Goshen Center for Cancer Care has allowed us to witness transformative benefits in our patients’ lives.
In our new blog series, “Collaborative Care,” our Colleagues share about the advantages of our teamwork. This approach to cancer treatment at Goshen Center for Cancer Care has allowed us to witness transformative benefits in our patients’ lives.
“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.
“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.”
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