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Goshen Health begins community health needs assessment

Goshen Health is once again conducting a community health needs assessment to identify current health needs and develop strategies to positively impact health and wellness changes. Goshen Health conducts a community health needs assessment every three years.

Do you have high cholesterol?

Schedule an appointment during Goshen Health’s next Wellness Wednesday event on May 9 and find out what your cholesterol numbers are. This screening event will be held on the second floor of Community Wellness, in the High Park building at 1721 South Main Street, next to Goshen Hospital.

Goshen Health donates $349,500 to nonprofits

Twenty-nine community organizations from Goshen and the surrounding area were selected to receive a total of $349,500 in grants from Goshen Health’s Community Benefit Fund. The organizations received their awards April 23 at a reception in the Arbor Conference Center at Goshen Hospital.

Do you need a cancer screening? Learn more and THRIVE!

Find out why early cancer detection is often the best prevention. Knowing which screenings are recommended for your gender, age and risk factors is an important step in managing your health. Learn more by attending our next Thrive meeting at the Greencroft Community Center on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

Participating in a wellness program makes a difference

The Get Fit Get Healthy (GFGH) worksite wellness program encourages participating employers to nominate their employees who have made noticeable lifestyle improvements for a Champion of Wellness Award. In addition, GFGH Colleagues also nominate employers for creating healthier workplace cultures.

Weekend childbirth education classes offered at Goshen Health

Join Goshen Health Saturday, April 28, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Hickory/Sycamore room at Goshen Hospital for a one-day weekend express childbirth education class.

Goshen Health honors volunteers

Goshen Health held an awards banquet on April 16 at Das Dutchman Essenhaus in Middlebury, Ind. to celebrate their 350 volunteers.

Goshen Hospital receives nursing certification award

Goshen Hospital’s post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) received the 2018 Certification Achievement Award from the American Board of Perianesthesia Nursing Certification, Inc. (ABPANC). According to ABPANC, only a select few health care organizations across the nation have such a high percentage of certified nurses.

Learn your health numbers!

Schedule some screenings at our next Community Screening Day on Wednesday, April 18 and learn your health numbers. This event will be held in the Arbor Conference Center rooms at Goshen Hospital.

Wellness begins with knowing your health numbers

Blood pressure, heart rate and body mass measurements are more than numbers on a screen. They tell an important story about a person’s overall health and wellbeing. The numbers also give warning signs of potential health risks. That’s what Tom Swoveland learned when he signed up for a Wellness Wednesday screening at Goshen Health.

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