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Fisher Lecture Speaker to discuss accountable care

- MUNCIE--The 2012 John W. Fisher Lecture Series will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 29 with guest speaker Gary Stuck, DO, who will discuss “Clinical Integration and Accountable Care.” The lecture will focus on how clinical integration benefits patients, payers, physicians and hospital systems. He will also share how clinical…

Help for Delinquent Behaviors in Children

- MUNCIE--Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital will be hosting an “Understanding and Managing, The Child with Delinquent Behaviors” conference on Saturday, February 25 from 8 am – 12:30 pm. Program coordinator, Ajanta Goswami, MD, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, organized…

IU Health West Strives to Raise Heart Health Awareness in the Community

- February is only half over, but Indiana University Health West Hospital has been busy with our “Red Bow" campaign, which consists of a number of community outreach and education opportunities designed to raise heart health awareness in our communities. Some highlights of this month, to date, include: Red Bow Brigade We’ve…

IU Health North Hospital Offering Free Pocket EKG Program in February

- INDIANAPOLIS – Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Approximately 1.2 million Americans suffer a heart attack each year. The free Pocket EKG program offered by IU Health North Hospital during the month of February can save lives, and is being offered in February in conjunction with Go Red for…

Norfleet presents check to hospital foundation

- MUNCIE--The 29th annual Norfleet Open Bill Shockley Memorial Golf Tournament took place last fall at Tri County Golf Club in Middletown to benefit the IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Cancer Center. Recently Norfleet Enterprises presented a check from proceeds from the event to officials at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in the…

Supporting local United Way

- MUNCIE--IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital employees contributed $122,233 to the United Way of Delaware County annual campaign in 2011 with a 45 percent increase in overall participation response. Employee contribution rates increased by 14 percent, and campaign dollars also were up 3.4 percent from 2010. Campaign chairs Eric Tharp…

Paramedic Course Offered

- For immediate release: February 10, 2012 Paramedic Course Offered Goshen, Ind. – Indiana University Health’s Community Wellness and Education Department will offer a paramedic course beginning April 10, 2012. Paramedics are the highest level of pre-hospital care. This course covers anatomy and physiology, medical terminology,…


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