We need your help to protect Indiana hospitals during this year’s legislative session. Special interest groups are pushing legislation that would allow insurance companies to pick apart individual hospitals and physicians in contract negotiations. These measures will not improve health…
IU Health Methodist hospitalist, Dr. Sydney Wilson, gives an update after receiving his COVID-19 vaccine. He talks about why he did it and encourages all those who are eligible to get theirs as well.
Family Physician at MeridianMD, Dr. Megan Welker, speaks candidly about her experience having COVID-19, why it’s important to continue to mask up, and the benefits of using telehealth during the pandemic.
Dr. Denisa Xhani, Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital hospitalist, shares her joy shortly after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on December 18, 2020.
Logansport Memorial Hospital physician Dr. Rene Gutierrez usually worked in the Express Medical Center. However, he found himself working at the local fairgrounds COVID-19 clinic during the pandemic. He talks about that experience and shares a special thank you to…
Community Health Network nurse Whitney Francom shares what she feels is the worst and best parts that she and her fellow health care workers have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Video courtesy of Community Health Network.
Michelle, Registered Nurse at Riverview Health in Noblesville, IN, shares her feelings about providing care during the COVID-19 pandemic. She touches on the amount of loss she and her fellow health care workers experience everyday – without a break. She…
Dr. Todd Weinstein, Chief of Surgery at Logansport Memorial Hospital discusses his role in the fight against COVID-19 and the importance of practicing safety measures. He also touches on the Influenza of 1918 and why we should not get complacent.
Community Health Network nurse Whitney Francom shares her thoughts on how it felt to go to work in the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic compared to now.
Rev. Donald Stikeleather, Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital chaplain describes his experiences with COVID-19 and how it changed the way he cared for his patients, especially when his wife was pregnant.