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Community Hospital South is committed to efforts which improve and maintain an environmentally friendly and sustainable campus. These efforts include processes to reduce our negative impact on the environment, improve energy performance, and provide a healthy healing environment for our patients, staff, and visitors.…
 
Rev. Michael Mercer, hospice chaplain, Community Home Health Services, understands the challenges and rewards of reaching those in need. One specific patient was not particularly interested in receiving chaplain services, but once he discovered Rev. Mercer was a Chicago Cubs fan, he agreed to allow the visits. Excited to have someone to talk with a…
 
The opening of six next-generation operating rooms marks the completion of the first phase of construction of The Next Evolution of Community Hospital South. Designed with significant input from physicians and nurses, the new operating rooms promote efficient, safe and high-quality surgical care.Por Community Health Network
 
Community Help was established for employees of Community Health Network, to assist them with challenges they may be facing in their personal lives. Access to the program is available 24/7 by calling the Community Help line, 317-355-HELP. The line is staffed by members of Community’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), who can connect employees in n…
 
Dr. Jill Donaldson, neurosurgeon, talks about her personal approach to patient care at Community Health Network. Dr. Donaldson works closely with the Community Spine Center to offer pain injections and physical therapy. Her surgery practice focuses on conservative treatment options as well as comprehensive spine surgical options. Dr. Donaldson also…
 
Community Health Network hosted its third annual Best in Class Showcase, featuring about 50 booths that highlighted network successes in several areas. The event showcases exceptional work and exceptional people, with recognition in five key areas: innovation, performance improvement, strategic implementation, research and development, and leadersh…
 
The Jane Pauley Community Health Center will offer primary health care services, including preventive and annual exams, well-child care, acute care and certain procedures. The center also will focus on the management of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cardiac disease and depression.Por Community Health Network
 
When Jasmine Hamilton, R.N., learned her patient was about to receive a special visitor, she knew she had to do something to commemorate the experience. The patient’s son had just returned to Texas after a tour of duty in Iraq and was planning to drive immediately to Indiana to see his mom at Community Hospital South. The hospital staff worked toge…
 
Patients talk about their joint replacement experience at Community Hospital South. The Center for Joint Health, a dedicated unit for hip and knee joint replacement patients, focuses on the entire patient experience. The goal is to help patients get back to doing the things they enjoyed before being sidelined by joint pain. The distinctive center a…
 
Patients talk about their joint replacement experience at Community Hospital East. The Center for Joint Health, a dedicated unit for hip and knee joint replacement patients, focuses on the entire patient experience. The goal is to help patients get back to doing the things they enjoyed before being sidelined by joint pain. The distinctive center al…
 
Patients talk about their joint replacement experience at Community Hospital North. The Center for Joint Health, a dedicated unit for hip and knee joint replacement patients, focuses on the entire patient experience. The goal is to help patients get back to doing the things they enjoyed before being sidelined by joint pain. The distinctive center a…
 
Community Health Network offered local high school students an opportunity to become certified personal trainers while learning firsthand about the health care industry. The first class of seven students recently completed the program and received their certifications. Plans are currently under way this fall with two local school systems and anothe…
 
The Near Eastside Orbiter, or NEO, is a new shuttle service providing convenient and affordable transportation for eastside residents to home, work, shopping and schools, while also offering a direct service to patients along the route who need to get to the hospital or to regular appointments. The cost is only $1 per ride. Many organizations, incl…
 
Wellspring Pharmacy, the community benefit department and Community Heights, the neighborhood group around Community Hospital East, recently partnered with the Indiana Medical History Museum and IPS School 88 to build a “medicinal garden” on the school’s grounds. The crops will be harvested and sold at local markets, with the proceeds funneled back…
 
Community Health Network’s Open Arms program offers many different services to help families grieve the loss of a pregnancy or newborn. Tressia Puller, R.N., works in maternity services at Community Hospital North and tells about an experience she had with a family during their time of need.Por Community Health Network
 
When Michelle Holmes of Bloomington, Indiana, found out she was having twins, she sought the care of maternal-fetal medicine specialists at Community Health Network. Holmes was admitted to Community Hospital North at 26 weeks gestation so her babies, who were diagnosed with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, could be monitored on a regular basis. A…
 
Tim Hoffer suffered a brain injury in 2006 after falling from a golf cart and fracturing his skull. He was transferred from his Fort Wayne home to Hook Rehab in Indianapolis to undergo both inpatient and outpatient therapies. During this process, Tim also lived in the semi-independent living home since his family resided in Fort Wayne and his thera…
 
When nurses at Community Hospital North learned that one of their patients was going to miss her senior prom, they started planning a special celebration in her honor. With help from the hospital’s guest relations team, food services, and the Community Health Network Foundation, they created a magical evening for the patient, her friends and family…
 
Community Health Network helped support the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition home that was recently renovated on the Indianapolis east side with donations of trees, volunteers and other items. Community donated a truckload of 160 trees, maintenance on the trees for one year, volunteers, and 250 shoe covers (surgical booties) for the television crew f…
 
Andy Costner says his father, Mark, and his mother, Jenifer, are the inspiration for his Eagle Scout project, a healing garden at Community Regional Cancer Center-North. While Andy’s father was treated for lymphoma at Community last year, Jenifer would spend a lot of time in the waiting room during her husband’s eight hour chemotherapy treatments. …
 
Indiana Fever Player Tully Bevilaqua at Community Hospital South's topping out ceremony. Just nine months after breaking ground on The Next Evolution of Community Hospital South, the network is ready to celebrate an important milestone: the placement of the final steel beam on the new patient tower.Por Community Health Network
 
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