Community Healthcare System
MUNSTER | Amateur chefs who cook from the heart can find out more about cooking for their own heart health at this year’s free Community Healthcare System Cardiovascular Research symposium.
Porter Regional Hospital and Portage Hospital have launched a 30-minute ER service pledge.
SCHERERVILLE | Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar and Community Healthcare System’s Cardiovascular Research program are teaming up during American Heart Month to raise funds and awareness regarding heart disease.
MUNSTER | A basic lifesaving skills class will be offered twice next week.
SCHERERVILLE | Boston's Restaurant & Sports Bar and Community Healthcare System’s Cardiovascular Research program are teaming up this month, which is American Heart Month, to raise funding and awareness about heart disease.
Northwest Indiana hospitals continue to embrace electronic record keeping, but sharing that information among different hospitals is more than just a keystroke away.
MUNSTER | The hospitals in the Community Healthcare System were recognized among America's 100 best in multiple specialties, by a company that ranks hospitals nationwide.
MUNSTER | Staff members at the hospitals of Community Healthcare System will provide free information sessions about the health insurance marketplace.
This year has been a year of change for the health care industry, as hospital officials strive to implement technology designed to streamline patient care and keep costs down while they build new brick-and-mortar outpatient facilities closer to where their patients live.
MUNSTER – Schererville resident Linda Ramos had one wish – to have more time to spend with her family. At 33, she had congestive heart failure, diabetes, kidney failure and was going blind.
People eager to buy health care online the first day exchanges opened were met with frozen computer screens and error messages.
MUNSTER | “Cancer: Here’s How We See It” is a free, annual symposium offered to the public from 6 to 8:30 p.m. June 19 at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road.
The lazy days of summer bring extra pleas from blood centers, as regular donors go on vacation and school lets out.
Results of a community health survey are in, and local hospital officials say the findings are not surprising.
St. Jude House hosted its annual Spring Tea fundraiser on Saturday, April 20 at Avalon Manor in Hobart. The annual event draws several hundred mothers, daughters and dollies, as well as grandmothers, aunts and girlfriends. This year’s banquet featured a princess theme, with visits from Cinde…
Community Healthcare System's Perennial Ball is an annual black-tie gala held in Chicago to raise funds to for the Community Cancer Research Foundation, Inc. Over the past 12 years, this event has generated over $2 million to benefit the Community Cancer Research Foundation. The 2013 gala wa…
MUNSTER | Peripheral Arterial Disease is the topic of this year’s free Community Healthcare System Cardiovascular Research Symposium from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, 1040 Ridge Road.
With a busier than usual flu season coming to a close, hospitals are emerging from peak occupancy times and preparing for spring.
SCHERERVILLE | During American Heart Month, Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar and Community Healthcare System’s cardiovascular research program have teamed up to raise funds and awareness regarding heart disease.
SCHERERVILLE | Diners have another reason to buy pizza and cheesecake from one Schererville eatery, as money from the sale will go to support a local cardiovascular research program.
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