Westview Hospital

Hospitals' occupancy declining over long termRestricted Content

July 19, 2014
J.K. Wall
Advances in non-invasive surgeries, changes in health care financing and now increasingly price-sensitive patients accelerate what has been a 40-year decline in the number of patients spending the night in hospitals.
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Not following directions could bite local hospital

October 31, 2011
J.K. Wall
Indianapolis-based Westview Hospital might be on the hook for $160,000 because its advisers used a fax machine to tell Lehman Brothers it was canceling a financial agreement.
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Community Health eyes expansion as it closes Westview merger

June 28, 2011
J.K. Wall
As part of its agreement to add Westview Hospital to its system, Community Health Network will assume $10 million in debt, spend $7.5 million on upgrades, and help open an outpatient center in Speedway, the two hospitals announced Tuesday morning.
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Community, Westview hospitals in 'strategic alliance' talks

November 18, 2010
J.K. Wall
The form an alliance would take is not clear, but Westview looked for additional resources from city's four major hospital systems.
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UPDATE: Marian already has three possible locations for new medical school

January 15, 2010
J.K. Wall
St. Francis and Westview hospitals are open to hosting the osteopathic-medicine school proposed by the Indianapolis Catholic institution.
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Marian University to launch state's second medical school

January 15, 2010
J.K. Wall
The tiny Catholic institution in Indianapolis has $30 million raised toward new college that could train nearly half as many students as the Indiana University medical school.
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