Martha Kozub, APN and director of McAuley Clinic in Hammond, treats a patient, continuing the facility's mission to providing ongoing medical assistance and preventive care.
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As we begin 2014, we will all experience changes in our health care due to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. All areas of health care will strive for an increased focus on preventative care as well as outcome based medicine. EMS and pre-hospital care will be experiencing some dr…
2013 has come and gone, and IU Health and UnitedHealthcare have still not reached a new agreement for the new year.
Today, we find ourselves at a new crossroads in the delivery of health care in the U.S. The health care industry finds itself in a state of unprecedented change.
Every day, patients and those who care for them must make important decisions about their health care. There are many options to choose from, and too often we do not have reliable information to make good decisions.
Kalaber is an Australian shepherd who is brought to visit hospice patients by his owner, Jim Wise, of Valparaiso.
Volunteer Jim Wise, of Valparaiso, and his dog, Kalaber, prepare to visit hospice patients at the Visiting Nurse Association of Porter County hospice center.
Volunteer Jim Wise and his dog, Kalaber, visit hospice patient Bill Isakson. Wise became involved in pet therapy to help bring a little joy to the patients.
Jim Wise and his dog Kalaber prepare to visit hospice patients in Valparaiso.
Hospice patient Bill Isakson pets Kalaber, a pet therapy dog, at the Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Center in Valparaiso. Kalaber's owner, Jim Wise, brings the dog to the center about once a week to visit patients.
Volunteer Jim Wise, left, and his dog, Kalaber, visit hospice patient Bill Isakson at the Visiting Nurse Association of Porter County hospice center in Valparaiso.
A 22-year-old region woman, who was receiving psychiatric care at a treatment center in Lemont, Ill., has been reported missing by her family.
The Chest Pain Centers at both Saint Margaret Mercy’s Hammond and Dyer campuses were the first accredited centers in Northwest Indiana and only two of 20 in the state.
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