Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine will graduate its first class this year, a milestone in Marian’s bold plan, announced in 2010, to open the state’s second school of medicine.
In Indianapolis, all six major hospital systems came together in 2014 in a collaboration that stands ready to serve first responders with confidential, high-quality care.
NeuroHope of Indiana opened in February 2015 to keep therapy going and hope alive for people recovering from spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke and other neurologic conditions that require rehabilitation beyond what insurers are typically willing to pay for.
William T. "Rusty" McKay II, a volunteer at Fairbanks Addiction Treatment Center for more than 20 years, was moved to help others after his own battle with alcohol addiction.
Sandy Cloyd and Claudia McGinness, both recipients of lung transplants, said they volunteer out of gratitude to the families of the donors who gave them a chance to live.
Dr. Margaret “Meg” Frazer is the midwest medical director for Pfizer but continues to see patients as a neurologist at Josephson Wallack Munshower Neurology PC.
The program uses an individual’s genetic code to create a personalized therapy that attacks cancer while minimizing harm to the patient.
The IU Child Protection Program at Riley Hospital for Children has a team of five physicians, three social workers, two nurses and a nurse practitioner who consult on about 6,000 suspected cases of child abuse a year statewide.