Kimberlie Warren Finding your calm

In the middle of this pandemic storm, Kimberlie Warren, Ph.D., Human Resources business partner and organizational development facilitator, offers valuable perspective on the importance of finding our calm.Warren emphasizes the positive impact it has on our minds and bodies, and explains how we can immediately get to the calm “on

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Dr. Thomas Reid: Caring for cancer patients during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed, and in some instances transformed the way providers care for patients. This includes cancer care. Memorial Regional Cancer Center Medical Director Dr. Thomas Reid, III, addresses how cancer screenings are being addressed and how patients who are actively undergoing treatment are receiving care.

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News Stories: April 22, 2020

Beacon Health implements mobile COVID-19 testing sites (WNDU, April 21) Local church donates food to Memorial Hospital (WNDU, April 22) Coronavirus roundup: Testing clinics available (Goshen News, April 22) Pregnant women worry about COVID-19 as cases increase (NPR — WFYI Indianapolis, April 22)

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Reminder to Take Care of Yourself

“We are still here. We are ready for you. We are prepared. We can keep you safe. We have lots of measures in place to ensure patients who come to our emergency department and trust us with their care are going to be kept safe,” said Elkhart General Hospital’s Dr.

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News Stories: April 20, 2020

Three more deaths brings St. Joseph County’s total coronavirus deaths to 11 (South Bend Tribune, April 20) Beacon Medical Group offering more in-person care (WNDU, April 20) Video Beacon Health updates COVID-19 mobile testing clinic schedule through April 24 (ABC57, April 20) Doctors: Coronavirus fears causing people to avoid the

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News Stories: April 19, 2020

Coronavirus rate is surprisingly low in Elkhart County but signs show a surge may be coming (South Bend Tribune, April 19) Leaders in St. Joseph County: This is going to be a long fight (South Bend Tribune, April 19)

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