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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 38 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

  • Be there for life’s important moments


    Staying healthy this holiday season is important, but many adults don’t take advantage of preventative screenings. A simple health screening can help you be there for life’s important moments. Schedule an appointment during Goshen Health’s next health screening event on Tuesday, December 10, for quick and simple screenings to check your risks for certain health conditions and learn recommendations for improvements.

  • Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Milford welcomes new nurse practitioner


    Patients of all ages have a new high-quality choice for primary care at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Milford. Heather Whitehead, NP, joined the practice in December and works alongside Tamara Kermani, DO, and Amy Frazier, FNP.

  • Get into the holiday spirit with a little help from Goshen Hospital Auxiliary


    Goshen Hospital Auxiliary is hosting bake sales, a farmers’ market and nuts and chocolates during December. For First Fridays on Dec. 6, there will be fresh baked goods from Country Lane Bakery and farm produce from Lazy T Ranch, beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the hospital lobby. The fresh produce may include greenhouse lettuce, tomatoes, spaghetti squash and microgreens.

  • The support you need to prevent diabetes


    If you or a family member has prediabetes, there are steps you can take to prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Goshen Health is offering a FREE class focused on learning more about making healthy food choices, moving more each day, staying at a healthy weight and managing stress. Plan now to attend the Proactive Diabetes Class on Monday, December 9 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in the Oak/Poplar room located in the main lobby of Goshen Hospital.

  • Goshen Health invests in new cardiac catheterization lab


    To better meet the needs of heart and vascular patients, Goshen Hospital has built a brand new, state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization lab. A cardiac catheterization is a minimally invasive procedure that enables cardiologists to access the heart and circulatory system with a small poke in a patient’s wrist or groin to see how well the blood vessels are working. If blood flow in an artery is blocked, often the cardiologist can repair it to restore normal blood flow to the heart – without having to schedule another procedure or cut the chest open for bypass surgery.

  • Tips on aging well


    Staying healthy and vibrant as we age takes some effort – but it’s worth it! Learn tips to keep your body and mind healthy, safe and happy at Goshen Health’s next Thrive talk on December 3, from 11:00 a.m. to noon at Greencroft’s Goshen Community Center. Health Promotion Specialist Ashley Ganger, RN, will discuss ways to improve both mental and physical well-being as we age and capture the advantages of growing older.

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