News Release Archive

News Archive

Goshen Health completes community health needs assessment

Goshen Health has completed their 2018 community health needs assessment with the assistance of key community stakeholders. The organization conducts this all-important assessment every three years.

Goshen Health offers NEW and convenient childbirth course for busy families

Goshen Health now offers a combined learning option with a convenient online childbirth and newborn preparation course, in addition to live childbirth classes for busy expecting parents.

Goshen Retreat Women’s Health Center welcomes naturopathic provider

Sonam Desai, ND, MHSc, HBSc., has joined Goshen Retreat Women's Health Center as a Naturopathic Provider. She focuses on using natural therapies to address patient health and wellness needs.

Taking Care of YOU During the Holidays

The holidays are upon us. While taking care of yourself may not be at the top of your list, for many of us, accomplishing our goals requires us being at the top of our game. Find out how at Goshen Health’s Thrive series on Taking Care of YOU During the Holidays on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome.

Being a big brother or sister.

If you are having another baby, your child may be excited or uneasy. Learn how to prepare your child for being a sibling on Saturday, December 1, from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. at Goshen Hospital in the Birch/Walnut room. This class helps expecting families and soon-to-be siblings, ages two-10 years old, prepare to welcome a newborn into the family.

Retired ambulance finds new career at Goshen Health

Students in Goshen Hospital’s EMS Education Program will come out of the classroom and into an ambulance for training, beginning this fall. The hands-on training is part of a comprehensive program enhanced by a fully functional ambulance donated by Washington Township.

Lippert employees give back to Goshen Center for Cancer Care

Jackie Finnigan’s 27-year-old son-in-law was treated at Goshen Center for Cancer Care for a type of terminal cancer. Her experience at the cancer center, along with the exceptional care her family received, inspired a spirit of giving – not only within Finnigan, but also in those around her.

Goshen Physicians Gastroenterology welcomes new Nurse Practitioner

Melissa Larson, MSN, RN, FNP-C, has joined Goshen Physicians Gastroenterology as a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She manages care for patients with a range of stomach and digestive disorders.

Fairfield High School volleyball team raises over $5K during “Pink Out” game

For the third year in a row, the Fairfield volleyball team chose to prioritize breast cancer awareness and fundraising efforts in the month of October. The Lady Falcons held a silent auction, organized a bake sale, sold t-shirts and took donations in support of their “Pink Out” game to “Block Out” breast cancer. Their efforts raised over $5,000 for the HeartStrings Sisters program at Goshen Retreat Women’s Health Center (the Retreat).

Holidays and grief: a support group to help

Goshen Home Care & Hospice is offering three grief support group meetings this holiday season. Because losses can feel more intense during holidays, sharing our emotions with others who have had similar experiences can provide support and encouragement, according to Janet Quatman, LSW, CHP-SW, Social Worker and Bereavement Coordinator. The meetings are free and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to call (574) 364‐2700 to RSVP by November 13.

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