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Robert Lane, DO, now welcomes new patients at Goshen Physicians Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. He specializes in complex surgeries of the hand and upper extremities and has advanced training in microsurgical repair of arteries and nerves. Dr. Lane cares for patients with a wide range of orthopedic disorders, including fractures, arthritis, dislocations, ligament injuries, sprains and strains.
By most clinical standards, the process of preparing treatment plans for patients who need radiation therapy can take several days. Precise calculations for tumor targeting and organ sparing are completed prior to the start of treatment. If there are changes to a patient’s anatomy during the course of treatment, a significant delay may occur. At Goshen Center for Cancer Care, thanks to Ethos™ Therapy, artificial intelligence and machine learning can create and adapt plans for physicians’ review within minutes – all while the patient remains on the treatment couch.
Below is COVID-19 activity for Goshen Health as of August 31, going back to March 11.
During the month of September, Goshen Health is challenging the community to be more active by participating in a Move More Challenge. To participate, visit one of the local parks listed below and complete the Move More activities posted on signs along the walking paths and trails
Complications from high blood pressure, diabetes and weight control caught up with Eldon Stoltzfus, Goshen, when he was standing in a buffet line one evening in March. He collapsed and ended up at Goshen Hospital’s Emergency Room with life-threatening heart problems.