The center operates with four goals: Reduce and alleviate the stress of practicing medicine, improve work/life balance, bring joy to the practice of medicine and develop, coach and mentor physicians at each stage of their career.
And last year, the center became the first and only fetal surgery program in the state when it performed the first in-utero surgery in Indiana for a complicated twin pregnancy last November.
Dr. Kurt Kroenke has developed multiple brief questionnaires for patients to report a range of symptoms and concerns to
As medical director of the clinic, Dr. Robert Cater spends three Saturdays a month voluntarily treating uninsured and underinsured Pike Township residents.
Sickle cell disease lasts a patient’s entire life. Many people end up dying from it. So their care needs to follow their life span, Dr. Andrew O’Brien said.
Dr. Maria Wilson didn’t grow up dreaming of being a doctor, in part because it never occurred to her to be a doctor. She had never seen a Black female doctor. So she went to college with the intent of becoming a special education teacher.
In 2021, IU Health Methodist staff cared for more than 4,000 trauma patients; on average, the hospital treated more than 10 trauma patients a day.
At the Indiana School of Nursing, she’s become a nationally recognized expert in cognitive function who has dedicated her research to improving the quality of life in older adults living with cognitive impairment through positive health, strength-based and family-centered interventions.
Gloria Rivera serves Spanish-speaking women and their families, providing them with counsel, support and guidance on achieving a healthy pregnancy and birth, and keeping babies safe as well as helping them reach critical developmental milestones.
The program is offered at Community Hospital East and Community Hospital South and in Madison County at Community Hospital Anderson.
Through its Community Health Improvement Department, Franciscan Health for years has tried to provide services that help the refugees overcome some of the enormous challenges they face.
The collaborative offers self-care workshops to anyone facing a high-stress environment, whether that’s professional or personal.
Paws To Heal is a program of Paws & Think, a not-for-profit that pairs therapy dogs with schools, detention centers, youth agencies and more.
Elyse Turula said that, as she has spent more time at the cancer center, more opportunities have opened up.
The duo provide comfort largely to hospital staff.
Ellen Mutzl picks up a double volunteer shift each Wednesday, spending eight hours at the hospital.
The CareSource Reentry Program takes a case-management approach, in which CareSource criminal justice liaisons begin working with offenders while they’re still in prison (60-90 days before release) by conducting classes to educate them on the Healthy Indiana Plan.
Kim Strunk started Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers in Kokomo in 2005.
Dr. Don Brown started LifeOmic in 2016. The company’s product, the Precision Health Cloud, is used by IU Health’s Precision Genomics Program to improve molecular tumor diagnostics.
IU Health launched the Hospital at Home program and offered it as an option to stabilized COVID-19 patients in order to open beds for sicker patients.