News Stories: May 4, 2020

Ministering to bodies and souls of cancer patients challenging during pandemic (South Bend Tribune, May 4) Beacon Health’s mobile clinic tests hundreds for Coronavirus (WNDU, May 4) Re-entering public safety spaces safely ahead of Indiana reopening (WNDU, May 3)

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Dr. Luke White: Safely re-entering public spaces

As restrictions are relaxed and non-essential businesses start to reopen, Dr. Luke White, Beacon Medical Group critical care and pulmonary specialist, discusses the importance of re-entering public spaces safely. While our region of Indiana is still seeing an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases, Dr. White encourages community members

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Dr. Dale Patterson: Easing surgery restrictions

Dr. Dale Patterson, Memorial’s vice president of medical affairs, talks about how Beacon Health System is easing into more surgeries following weeks of restrictions. Patterson describes what patients scheduled for surgery need to know before they arrive, as well as the measures our facilities have in place to keep them

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News Stories: April 27, 2020

St. Joseph County reports coronavirus cases, announces mobile testing site (WSBT, April 28) COVID-19 causing changes to cancer care (WNDU, April 27) St. Joseph County begins counting ‘clinical coronavirus’ deaths; Beacon announces schedule (South Bend Tribune, April 27) Beacon announces mobile COVID-19 testing sites (WNDU, April 27) Beacon Health releases

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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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