Infection Control

The health and safety of our patients, visitors and Colleagues are top priorities at Goshen Hospital. That's why we follow an integrated, responsive infection control process throughout the hospital. Our process helps reduce risks related to transmission of healthcare-associated infections and infectious diseases.

Our epidemiological approach to infection control includes surveillance, data collection and trend identification related to infectious disease.

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Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Ready to ride again after back surgery

    05/30/2019

    An X-ray of Jim Marks’ spinal column told quite a story about a lifetime of activity. Tell-tale signs of arthritis and natural deterioration also explained the pain and the instability in his legs.
  • Not so fast: ‘Wait for Eight’ for baby’s first bath

    05/15/2019

    Does it matter how soon after birth a newborn is bathed? In fact, yes.

    Goshen Hospital’s Circle of Caring Birthplace holds off on the first bath for least eight hours, and with good reason: The delay results in both high breastfeeding rates and better temperature control for babies at the hospital.
  • How to Get Ready for Flu Season

    10/31/2018

    Autumn is officially upon us –– and with it, the inevitable cold and flu season. At a recent lecture in our Thrive series, Goshen Health’s Sonam Desai, a Naturopathic Doctor, spoke about both the natural and medical ways we can stave off sickness (and treat it if it occurs) during flu season. 

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