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Goshen Health has launched a collaborative project with grant funding from the Indiana Department of Health to increase physical activity in local parks. By scanning a QR code located on signs near benches, the Park Bench Fitness program gives community members access to free exercise videos led by a Goshen Health exercise physiologist. The videos are available in English and Spanish and give participants an opportunity to get a full body workout using nothing more than a simple park bench.
Board certified Medical Oncologist Kennedy “Kenny” Iheanacho, MD, joined Goshen Center for Cancer Care. Dr. Iheanacho recently completed fellowship training in hematology and oncology at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He specializes in the treatment of all types of cancers, including cancers of the blood and solid organs. He also treats noncancerous disorders of the blood.
To promote heart health, nurses from Goshen Heart & Vascular Center and Goshen Hospital are partnering with first responders to share their expertise on World Heart Day. The World Heart Federation declares World Heart Day each year to raise awareness on cardiovascular diseases, the leading cause of death globally.
Obstetrician and Gynecologist Carissa May, MD, has joined Goshen Physicians OB/GYN. Dr. May provides care for women of all ages, and specializes in minimally invasive procedures, including robotic-assisted surgery, to treat disorders and disease in female reproductive organs. She also has a strong interest in expanding access to care to improve health equity for women of all ages.
Lindsay Tomkiewicz, NP, now welcomes new patients at Goshen Physicians Gastroenterology. She provides care for patients with disorders of the stomach, colon and liver.