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Goshen Health launches 2024 Community Health Needs Assessment

Goshen Health is conducting a community health needs assessment this spring. Through surveys, focus groups, and conversations involving community members, the current health needs of the community will be identified and response strategies developed. The overarching goal is to create a long-term plan that improves community health and wellness.

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Goshen Health celebrates the contribution of doctors in our lives

In 1933, the wife of a family physician in a small town asked her community to send greeting cards to their physicians to recognize their compassionate and life-saving work. In 1990, President George Bush designated March 30 as National Doctors’ Day, selecting that day because it marked the anniversary of the first use of anesthesia during surgery.

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Alyssa Stoltzfus, RN, receives Goshen Health’s DAISY Award

Alyssa Stoltzfus, registered nurse in Goshen Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit, received the organization’s DAISY Award for the compassionate, expert care she provided a father in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

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Primary care doctor transfers to Milford

Beginning in March, Rebecca Johnson, DO, will be welcoming new patients at Goshen Physicians Family Medicine Milford. Dr. Johnson provides care for adult patients who have diverse needs; manages a wide range of diseases, illnesses and chronic conditions; and specializes in geriatrics.

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Goshen Health expands cardiovascular services with new interventional radiology capabilities

To better meet the needs of the community, Goshen Hospital has invested in a dedicated state-of-the-art interventional radiology lab and a computed tomography suite. Interventional radiology is a growing area of medicine that enables doctors to use minimally invasive procedures to treat conditions related to the heart and vascular system, cancer, enlarged prostate, hernias, uterine fibroids and more.

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Goshen Hospital receives another award for excellence

The intensive care unit (ICU) at Goshen Hospital recently received a silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN). This is the fifth time the ICU has received the award, which is bestowed every three years to units who meet or exceed national standards for exceptional patient care and healthy work environments.

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Three leaplings born at The Birthplace at Goshen Hospital

Leap Day 2024 holds special meaning for three families from the Goshen area. They all welcomed babies born at The Birthplace at Goshen Hospital on February 29, 2024.

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Goshen Physicians Gastroenterology offers new liver screening

Goshen Physicians Gastroenterology now offers a new liver screening that provides advanced organ health assessments.

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Goshen Center for Cancer Care first in Indiana to offer next-generation robotic bronchoscopy for early diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer

Cutting-edge new robotic technology now helps doctors reach distant areas of the lungs to biopsy lesions without invasive surgery at Goshen Center for Cancer Care.

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The Birthplace recognized with another award for outstanding care

The Birthplace at Goshen Hospital was recently recognized as a Blue Distinction Center for Maternity Care by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Quality of care, cost and access were evaluated as part of the review. The Birthplace met or exceeded nationally established quality measures to receive this recognition.

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Goshen Hospital recognized for excellence in infant and maternal care

The Birthplace at Goshen Hospital was recognized with the INspire: Hospital of Distinction 2023 award from the Indiana Hospital Association, in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Lindsay Weaver, M.D., FACEP, at the fourth annual INspire Hospital of Distinction recognition program.

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Focus on heart health during American Heart Month

Heart disease remains a leading cause of death in the United States for men and women. The silver lining is that heart disease can be prevented – or better managed – by choosing a healthier lifestyle.

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