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At Goshen Health, we know all about living vibrantly. We know that healthcare - when done right - isn’t about being sick but getting well and staying that way. What can that mean for you? Many things!
Living vibrantly is scheduling that well visit with your provider that you have been putting off or prioritizing your annual mammogram. It is taking time out to play with your kids in the backyard or visiting with friends and family that fill your soul and rejuvenate your spirit. Living vibrantly is all about putting joy first, following your heart and not being limited by pain or injury.
How do you get there? By letting us help. Tap into our comprehensive programs and services that are all about getting you well and keeping you that way. Find fun ways to stay active, learn about healthy eating for you and your kids and don’t wait any longer to see your provider. Whether it is an annual check-up or something is worrying you, we are available to serve you. And if you are looking for a new doctor, we can help with that too! We have providers all across our system welcoming new patients.
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If you’re doing a lot of driving on your summer vacation, be sure you're getting enough sleep to drive safely. Instead of driving 700 miles in one stretch, break it up into two days so you can get a good night’s sleep along the way. Otherwise, driving while drowsy could put your life and the lives of others in danger.
Guenther Simon feels fortunate to be alive today. For years, he kept ignoring the signs of big health problems until it was almost too late. He was exhausted all the time, had trouble breathing, lacked energy, couldn't sleep.
Looking for ways to get your family moving more and feeling better? Online tools like the ActiveTrac program from Goshen Health give you everything you need to be more active together.
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Goshen Health offers a variety of programs and events to the community. Talk to our health professionals about what services can best support your needs