News Release Archive

News Archive

Goshen Health offers free lung screening to area fire departments

In the line of duty, firefighters are often exposed to smoke, carbon monoxide and other toxins. Repeated exposure to these elements may lead to a number of respiratory conditions including chronic pulmonary disease, abnormal lung function or lung cancer. And, when it comes to lung cancer, the earlier the detection, the better the outcomes.

Prevent coronary heart disease and THRIVE!

You’re invited to an informational session on preventing coronary heart disease, with Dr. Abrar Sayeed, Invasive Cardiologist at Goshen Heart & Vascular Center at the next Thrive meeting. Dr. Sayeed will provide information and answer questions on how healthy eating, exercise, managing stress and quitting smoking can help you have a healthier heart. The meeting will be held at Greencroft Community Center in Goshen on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Mary Daly Elementary School students celebrate outstanding run club results!

Mary Daly Elementary School has participated in Goshen Health’s Run the Halls program for the past 11 years. Run the Halls is a free and fun program that gives students the opportunity to run their school’s hallways for exercise.

Expecting? Prepare your child for a new baby

Expecting families are invited to attend a sibling preparedness class on Saturday, June 2, from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. at Goshen Hospital in the Birch/Walnut room.

Goshen Hospital awarded 7th Platinum Award for delivering exceptional heart attack care

Patients having heart attacks receive the highest standard of care at Goshen Hospital, according to the American College of Cardiology’s National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR). The NCDR recognized Goshen Hospital with its Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2018. Goshen Hospital is the only hospital in Northern Indiana to achieve this distinction and one of 203 hospitals nationwide to receive the honor.

Patients breathe easier with help from innovative technology at Goshen Hospital

Anyone who suffers from asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) knows how hard it can be to take a deep breath. Oftentimes the lungs can’t do their job without therapy or even invasive treatments.

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.

Goshen Health Hospice seeks veteran volunteers

Goshen Health Hospice is hosting a free hospice volunteer training session for veterans on May 21, 2018 in the community room at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine and Urgent Care. The four-hour, level one training starts at noon, and will include hospice philosophy with special emphasis on working with veteran patients.

Find out how your diabetes medication helps you feel better

Join Goshen Health on Monday, May 21, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of Goshen Heart & Vascular Center. This free class will help you learn about medications used to treat diabetes, when to take them and how your diabetes medication can help prevent or delay complications.

Paqui Kelly to speak at Goshen Center for Cancer Care event

In honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, Paqui Kelly is joining Goshen Center for Cancer Care on Saturday, June 9 in the Schrock Pavilion at Shanklin Park as the keynote speaker of Celebrate Life!, an event for all who are surviving cancer in the community.

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