Harriet Miles, of Gary, sitting is a 31-year-old patient that had a stroke, and had a blood clot removed from her brain. It was removed at Methodist Hospitals Southlake Campus in Merrillville by neurointerventional radiologist Dr. Mayumi Oka, left, along with stroke medical director Dr. Sanj…
Harriet Miles, sitting, of Gary, is a 31-year-old patient who had a stroke, and had a blood clot removed from her brain. Dr. Mayumi Oka, right, a neurointerventional radiologist, used a tool called Trevo to pull the blood clot from her brain. It was FDA approved in August, and Methodist Hosp…
Second-grade teacher Jane Jones helps student Alyssa Snow-Ames plant vegetables Tuesday in the new teaching garden at Parkview Elementary School in Valparaiso.
Third-graders Jolee Smith, left, and Kylie Begley plant a strawberry plant Tuesday in the new teaching garden at Parkview Elementary School in Valparaiso. The garden was installed with support from the American Heart Association and Methodist Hospitals.
Methodist Hospitals President and CEO Ian McFadden speaks Friday during Methodist's annual State of the Organization address at the Genesis Center in Gary.
About 300 Methodist Hospital administrators, physicians, staff and others gather Friday for Methodist's annual State of the Organization address at Gary's Genesis Center in Gary.
Kristina Greene of Methodist Hospital takes a blood sugar reading.
Visitors to First United Methodist Church write messages on a banner bound for Sandy Hook School students during the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook event at the church.
Connor Kuhlman, 12, leaves a snowflake he made at a table with others to be sent to Newtown, Conn., the site of the shootings last month that killed 20 elementary school students and six adults. More than 200 people gathered for the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook event at First United Methodist C…
Grace Kuhlman, 11, looks at a snowflake after cutting it from paper Saturday at First United Methodist Church. Grace joined more than 200 people at the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook event at the Church, a communitywide project to make snowflakes for Sandy Hook Elementary School students as they…
Children run, dance and play while musician Jill Hayman-Aponte plays acoutistic guitar Saturday afternoon at First United Methodist Church during the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook event in Crown Point. "This isn't a memorial, this is a celebration of our children and a way of lending support," s…
Erika Wagner, of Crown Point, is organizing a group to make paper snowflakes Jan. 5 at First United Methodist Church in Crown Point and sending them to the Sandy Hook Parent Teacher Association as part of a national show of support for the school.
Erika Wagner, of Crown Point, and her son, Julian, 2, make paper snowflakes to send to the Sandy Hook Parent Teacher Association as part of a national show of support for the school.
Erika Wagner, of Crown Point, holds her son Julian, 2, as he admires a snowflake made for Sandy Hook students.
Bob Wanek, left, CEO of the Valparaiso YMCA and Ian McFadden, CEO of Methodist Hospitals, shake hands after announcing their three-year partnership Tuesday at a press conference in Valparaiso.
Bob Wanek, CEO of the Valparaiso YMCA, announces a three-year partnership with Methodist Hospitals on Tuesday during a press conference.
Ian McFadden, CEO of Methodist Hospitals, thanks the Valparaiso YMCA for establishing a three-year partnership with the hospital during a press conference in Valparaiso.
Bob Wanek, CEO of the Valparaiso YMCA, announces a partnership with Methodist Hospitals.
"We have story after story of great success using this technology,” said Dr. Hytham Rifai, chief of neurosurgery at Methodist Hospitals, shown on right.
MERRILLVILLE | This year Methodist employees donated 1,200 dollars worth of Butterball coupons received from Methodist Administration back to the hospital to be donated to the community. Methodist Administrators donated the Butterball coupons to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana for the Eas…
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