News Release Archive

News Archive

Be a super hero – have super health!

Visit Goshen Health’s Get UP and GOshen tent at Kerry’s Kids 14th Annual Kids’ and Teens’ Triathlon to learn how to have super health on July 14, from 8:00 a.m. to noon. This free event is located at Shanklin Park in Goshen. Get UP and GOshen event registration on the day of the event will be held at the Goshen Health tent from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.

How is your blood pressure?

Schedule an appointment during Goshen Health’s next Wellness Wednesday event on July 11 and find out what your blood pressure 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 pilots program to teach children about nutrition

Goshen Health is collaborating with Goshen Community Schools to help children learn about healthier food options during the Summer Lunch Program. The program provides healthy, free meals to children 18 years of age and younger Monday through Friday at Shanklin Park through July 27.

Dr. James Frimpong joins Goshen Physicians OB/GYN

James Frimpong, MD, FACOG, joined Goshen Physicians OB/GYN as an Obstetrician and Gynecologist. He provides comprehensive obstetric and gynecological care for women of all ages. Dr. Frimpong has advanced training in minimally invasive procedures for treating endometriosis, fibroids and chronic pelvic pain.

Feeling stressed. Learn how to manage stress and THRIVE!

It is not surprising that chronic stress can adversely affect our health. You are invited to attend an informational session at the Greencroft Community Center in Goshen on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. to discuss stress management at our next Thrive meeting with Sonam Desai, a Naturopathic Doctor with Goshen Health.

Goshen Health invests in new hybrid operating room for cardiovascular patients

Goshen Hospital began using a new operating room, which allows different specialists to work together to resolve complex heart and vascular issues more efficiently. The new suite allows for performing advanced cardiac, vascular and interventional radiology procedures with minimally invasive techniques.

Grace Darnell, Nurse Practitioner, joins Goshen Center for Cancer Care

Grace Darnell is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner joining the team of providers at Goshen Center for Cancer Care. Darnell comes to Goshen Health with more than a decade of experience in oncology units and infusion centers. She joins the gynecologic oncology team, led by Dr. Hubert Fornalik, and will assist in minimally invasive procedures, including laparoscopic surgeries and treatment for secondary cancers.

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.

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