A comprehensive healthcare network ready to take care of you

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.

Mission and Values

Goshen Health Foundation: Inspiring Generosity

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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.

Community Health Needs


Our online information hub links you to news, resources and connections at Goshen Health.

Recent News

  • Goshen Hospice offers fall grief support group


    Goshen Hospice is offering six grief support group meetings this fall at Goshen Greencroft Community Center. Meetings will start on September 12 and run every Thursday from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. until October 17. Participants are encouraged to call (574) 364‐2700 to RSVP by September 10.

  • Lift a burden from those you love


    Having a conversation about advance care planning can be uncomfortable, but being prepared for a potential medical crisis can ensure your wishes are followed and lift the decision-making burden off those you love. At Goshen Health’s next Thrive meeting on September 3, from 11:00 a.m. to noon at Greencroft’s Goshen Community Center, we’ll talk about the importance of discussing your wishes with your family and provide education on advance care planning documents.

  • Family nurse practitioner joins Goshen Physicians Family Medicine & Urgent Care


    Adults and children now have expanded access to care from Nurse Practitioner Nicole Greenlee, MSN, RN, FNP-C, at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine & Urgent Care. Greenlee treats patients of all ages who need immediate medical attention for common illnesses and minor injuries.

  • Volunteers needed for Goshen Health


    Goshen Health needs volunteers. While most volunteers are given assignments at Goshen Hospital’s lobby to greet patients and help them find their way to their destination (called Red Coats), there are positions available throughout Goshen Health.

  • Goshen Health offers free car seat safety event


    Want to ensure your child’s car seat is properly installed? Goshen Hospital’s labor and delivery department, Circle of Caring Birthplace, is partnering with Safe Kids Elkhart County to host free car seat safety inspections and installations in August.

  • Plant-based diabetic meals don’t have to be boring!


    Plant-based diabetic meals can be delicious, healthy and much easier to prepare than you think. Join us on Monday, August 19 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Goshen Hospital, in the Birch/Walnut room, for Meal Planning 101.

    This free class is for people with prediabetes, diabetes and their families, to know how to prep diabetic-friendly meals, focusing on plant-based foods and recipes. Learn how to make tasty recipes that are chock full of fruits, veggies, beans and whole grains.

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Provider's guide for medical professionals

Quick reference about programs and services to streamline patient care

Our online resource connects you with information and tools to help you provide the best health care for your patients. It includes everything you need to simplify referrals, contact providers or specialty offices and navigate through hospital services.

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