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Stay up-to-date with Goshen Health news, community events and educational programs. Contact Liz Fisher for news inquiries, interview requests and expert medical commentary.

Goshen Health Surgery Center recognized by U.S. News & World Report

Becker’s ASC Review recently announced U.S. News & World Report’s list of the nation’s best ambulatory surgery centers (ASC). Goshen Surgery Center made the list, based on its performance in colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures.

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Urgent Care Goshen Physicians welcomes family nurse practitioner

Marie Bennion, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, has joined Urgent Care Goshen Physicians as a board certified family nurse practitioner. She provides immediate care for patients of all ages who walk into the clinic for treatment of minor illnesses and injuries.

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Goshen Orthopedics welcomes orthopedic surgeon

Fellowship trained Orthopedic Surgeon Bryan Boyer, MD, has joined Goshen Orthopedics. He provides care for patients with a wide range of disorders and injuries to bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments.

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Urgent Care Goshen Physicians welcomes Duane Miller, NP

Duane Miller, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, has joined Urgent Care Goshen Physicians. He is a board certified nurse practitioner who specializes in emergency medicine.

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Goshen Health expands mobile garden program

Several new organizations and residential complexes in Elkhart and Kosciusko County now have access to fresh produce this summer thanks to the expansion of Goshen Health’s mobile garden project.

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Goshen Hospital achieves Magnet with Distinction™ recognition

Magnet recognition is one of the highest honors a healthcare organization can receive for providing outstanding nursing care to patients. Goshen Hospital not only received its fifth designation; it also received Magnet with Distinction™ – a new category recently added by the American Nurses Credentialing Center to differentiate hospitals that exceed standards. Goshen Hospital was praised for exceeding standards in nine areas, including lower patient injury rates, higher patient satisfaction and for the high number of nurses with bachelor’s degrees (84 percent).

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Summer Health Lunch Bunch and free backpack meal programs to start

The Summer Health Lunch Bunch program aims to improve the health of the community by providing interactive health education to students and families at targeted summer feeding sites. More than 9,500 students have participated in the program since it began.

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Sprouts Kids Club members learn to make healthy choices

The Goshen Farmers Market offers a free program focused on encouraging kids to make healthy food choices. On Tuesdays from 3 to 7 p.m. during the months of May - October, children can participate in Sprouts Kids Club and receive free tokens to spend on fresh produce from local farmers at the market.

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Goshen Physicians Center for Weight Reduction welcomes nurse practitioner

Mallory Grossman, NP, has joined Goshen Center for Weight Reduction as a nurse practitioner. She coordinates treatment with physicians, surgeons, dietitians and personal trainers for patients who choose surgery or a natural weight loss program. Grossman also provides motivational counseling and monitors patients’ medical status during treatment.

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Don’t just sit. GET FIT! Park Bench Fitness helps families be more active

Goshen Health launched a collaborative project last fall 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 in English and Spanish that give participants an opportunity to get a full body workout using nothing more than a simple park bench.

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Brain Health Challenge to celebrate Screen-Free Week starts May 6

On average, children spend five to seven hours a day on entertainment media, including televisions, computers, phones and other electronic devices. That’s up to 49 hours a week! Too much screen time can raise your child’s risk for developmental delays, learning and attention problems, anxiety, depression and other health issues.

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New family medicine physician in Nappanee

Malinda Lasater, DO, is now welcoming new patients at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Nappanee. Dr. Lasater is board certified in family medicine and has experience in urgent care, preventive medicine and occupational medicine. She has been practicing medicine at Urgent Care Goshen Physicians since 2018.

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