Dr. Justin Grannell: Beacon telehealth marks a milestone

Beacon Health System recently marked a milestone of 10,000 telehealth visits since the announcement of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Justin Grannell, Beacon Medical Group family physician, was among the nearly 300 doctors who helped to rapidly expand care to patients on the platform when in-office visits temporarily halted. The willingness of these doctors, along with hotline and office staff, schedulers and medical assistants, to quickly train and embrace telehealth, made a huge difference in the community.

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We know that providing and receiving care is a little bit different today. We’ve made changes to make it safer for you. For over 100 years, Beacon has had a role in your health and the health of the community. Our commitment is stronger than ever.

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Supporting the front lines during the pandemic

“In my career, I’ve always been clear on things that I don’t ever want to be good at. Helping to lead and support an organization through a global pandemic would be one of those things. It is a competency I hope we never have to develop further beyond our current

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BMG nurse postpones May wedding because of COVID-19

Misty Harding, RN, Clinical Supervisor at Beacon Medical Group’s Schwartz-Wiekamp office in Mishawaka, shares how her family’s life has changed due to COVID-19.  “My daughter is a senior at Mishawaka High School. She is also a tennis player for MHS. Due to the coronavirus, her senior year was cut short like all of

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Kimberlie Warren Changing Your Mindset (Video)

“The way we think about things leads to the way we feel about things.” Adapting your mindset can make a difference every day, but especially in the middle of uncertainty. A lack of calmness can impact both our body and mind. Beacon’s Certified Professional Coach Kimberlie Warren says reframing our

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Elkhart Lights Procession

First responders from around Elkhart County conducted a Lights & Sirens procession around Elkhart General Hospital to honor our team members last Thursday. More than 60 vehicles carrying off-duty police, fire and EMS teams, along with Emergency Management and other Elkhart County departments, thanked our healthcare heroes by circling the

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