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Committed to improving the health of our communities

Count on Goshen Health to provide your family with exceptional healthcare services for every stage of life. We have earned local, state and national recognition for our dedication to improving the health of our community. Goshen Hospital ranks as one of the best in Indiana. Its Magnet designation means our nurses go beyond the standard of care to take care of you. Our dedicated doctors and specialists provide compassionate care with medical excellence from 30 locations in four counties. That means you can find family doctors and pediatricians, cancer care specialists and heart treatment, orthopedic medicine, women’s health services and more close to home.

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Understanding our community’s health needs

Every three years, we take a close look at our community’s healthcare needs. We use focus groups, surveys, interviews and data to give us deeper insight into what matters most to those we serve. As we listen, learn and work with community partners, we recognize ways we can make a difference in the health and wellbeing of our area.

Our Community Health Assessment Report highlights ways we broaden our outreach programs, expand partnerships and increase healthcare education to meet the needs of those who live and work here.

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Recent News

  • Prepare your child for becoming a sibling


    GOSHEN, Ind. –  If you are expecting another baby, your child may be excited or uneasy. Learn how to prepare them for being a big brother or sister on Saturday, June 1, from 9:00 to 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.

  • Goshen Physicians Orthopedics & Sports Medicine brings The Great Inflatable Race to Goshen – Registration Now Open


    GOSHEN, Ind. – Goshen Physicians Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is sponsoring The Great Inflatable Race on August 24 at the Elkhart County Fairgrounds. This is a free family-friendly event with a 5K giant inflatable obstacle course. Online registration is now open at TheGreatInflatableRace.com/Goshen. Registration is required to participate.

  • Goshen Health volunteers gave 66,400 hours of service in a year


    GOSHEN, Ind. – Goshen Health held an awards banquet on May 13 at Das Dutchman Essenhaus in Middlebury, Ind. to celebrate their volunteers. In 2018, 350 volunteers contributed 66,400 hours of service. Most 100-bed hospitals have about a third of the number of volunteers of Goshen Hospital. About 200 volunteers attended the luncheon.

    “For over 50 years, volunteers have been providing a dimension of care that cannot be provided solely by staff. You come in and exhibit commitment, energy, flexibility, sincerity and helpfulness. Your attitude and your willingness to be helpful, make all of us better,” said Karla Beasley, Director of Volunteer Services, Goshen Health, in her comments to the gathering.

  • Goshen Hospital receives 2018 Vision Award


    GOSHEN, Ind. – Goshen Hospital recently received the 2018 Vision Award from VisionFirst for exemplary leadership and commitment for corneal transplant donations. Each corneal donation offers hope for restored vision and can offer something positive to families who have suffered a loss.

  • Goshen Wound Center granted Center of Excellence Award


    GOSHEN, Ind. – Patients receiving treatment at Goshen Wound Center can rest assured they are receiving the highest quality of care. Healogics, certified provider of advanced wound care services by The Joint Commission, recognizes Goshen Wound Center with the Center of Excellence Award for achieving outstanding clinical outcomes.

  • Heart screening pays off by detecting heart disease


    GOSHEN, Ind. – Greg Thorne, Elkhart, had no symptoms of heart problems when he went in for a routine physical with his family doctor. All his vital signs checked out, and he felt healthy. When his doctor mentioned a $49 heart screening (to check his calcium score) for people over 50, Thorne thought it sounded like a good idea, even if he didn’t need it.

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