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A small blister or sore can turn into a big problem if left untreated. The longer a slow-healing wound goes without proper treatment, the greater the chance of infection, hospitalization or even limb loss.
The Summer Health Lunch Bunch program teaches children and their families about health topics such as nutrition and physical activity. Goshen Health started the program in 2018 to provide hands-on activities and to promote foods that taste good and are good for you. More than 4,175 students have participated in the program since it began.
Danae Bell, MSN, FNP-BC, RNC-OB, has joined the medical team at Goshen Physicians OB/GYN. As a family nurse practitioner, Bell provides preventive and acute care for women of all ages to help them maintain health and wellness. She brings more than 14 years of experience in caring for women, newborns and families during labor and delivery at Goshen Hospital's Birthplace and as they transition to home.
Goshen Orthopedics continues to increase the depth and breadth of care available in the community. With the recent addition of Dr. Kyle Carlson, who completed a fellowship in adult reconstruction at Detroit Medical Center, patients no longer have to travel outside of the community for revision surgery when they experience problems with hip or knee replacements.
In 2022, Goshen Health created the Gardener Award to recognize the contributions of Colleagues in helping the organization fulfill its mission of providing innovative and outstanding care and services through exceptional people doing exceptional work.