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Neenah Woman Gets Multi-Organ Transplant

| Neenah, Wis. - Less than 24 hours after Nikki LeFebre of Neenah was notified late Friday afternoon that she was officially on the transplant list for four organs — a stomach, pancreas and small and large intestines — an amazing thing happened. LeFebre and her husband, Ben, were awakened about 3:30 a.m. Saturday by a call from the Indiana…

Free Women’s Health Seminar January 19

- MUNCIE – Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital is hosting a free women’s health seminar with a focus on robotic surgery, 6 pm, Thursday January 19.  Dr. Roberto Darroca, obstetrician and gynecologist with Associates in Women’s Health will discuss women’s health with a focus on robotic surgery. …

IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care Receives United Way Grant

- IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care Receives United Way Grant January 10, 2012 Contact: Melanie McDonald, Public Relations Manager, IU Health Goshen     574-364-2776, mmcdonal@goshenhealth.com Goshen, Ind.—Patients treated at the IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care have more than outstanding medical care on…

IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care $19,502 from Trash Cancer Matching Program

- Borden Waste-Away, Inc. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Borden Waste-Away Presents IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care $19,502 from Trash Cancer Matching Program ELKHART, IN (January 10, 2012) – Today Borden Waste-Away presented IU Goshen Center For Cancer Care with a $ 19,502 donation check for their clinical research program. This…

Diversity project announced to spotlight community strength

- MUNCIE – Indiana University Health Ball Memorial and the IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Foundation are proud to announce their upcoming role in promoting and celebrating diversity within the Muncie community expressed through the visions and words of area artists and community members. Beginning in January, an artistic and…

IU Health North Hospital Receives Chest Pain Center Accreditation

- Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. Approximately 1.2 million Americans suffer a heart attack each year. A heart attack occurs when a vessel supplying the heart muscle with blood and oxygen becomes blocked, therefore restricting the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart muscle. If a person does…

IU Health North Hospital Welcomes Its First Baby of 2012

- Indiana University North Hospital welcomes its first baby of the New Year, a baby boy born to Nathan and Catherine Meyer of Brownsburg. Information on the baby: Full Name: George Ellsworth Orion Meyer Tim of Birth: 11:41 a.m. Weight: 7 lbs. 7 oz. Length: 20.5 inches Parents: Nathan and Catherine Meyer Hospital: IU Health North Hospital…

Ind. Woman Donates Kidney to Her Former Boss

| Richmond, IND. - An Indiana woman who donated one of her kidneys to her former boss says she hopes it gives him many healthy years with his family. Richmond residents Susan Preston and Bruce Dodds are both recovering from their Dec. 7 surgeries at the IU Health University Hospital in Indianapolis, where Dodds received one of Preston's kidneys.…

New Riley Safety Store opens in Bloomington

- The new Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health Safety Store is the first of its kind in Bloomington. IU Health Community Health opened the store to supply the community with low-cost child safety products. “We’ve been programming safety prevention activities in the community for about 10 years,”…

Thirty-nine physicians join IU Health Physicians

| Indianapolis - IU Health Physicians welcomes 39 physicians from the Indiana University Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology to IU Health Physicians Digestive & Liver Disorders. This group was founded in 1958 and it is consistently ranked as one of the top 20 programs nationally. IU Health Physicians Digestive & Liver Disorders offers…


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