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Governor Mike Pence recently announced the expansion of the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP). The revised program (HIP 2.0) will both expand HIP and replace traditional Medicaid for all non-disabled Hoosiers ages 19-64. To learn more about HIP 2.0 or to see if you're eligible, contact Claim Aid at (812) 238-4411.
In a continuous effort to provide the absolute best care to patients, Union Hospital has partnered with Ob Hospitalist Group (OBHG) to provide around-the-clock physician care for expectant mothers. The new OB hospital program at Union Hospital brings an experienced team of board-certified obstetricians on-site 24 hours a day, seven days at week to focus on providing consistent care to patients in Union Hospital, as well as emergent care to those arriving in labor and delivery. “Our hospital-ba...
March of Dimes and Indiana Hospital Association Recognizes Union Hospital's Work to Improve Quality of Lives for Mothers and Newborns
March of Dimes and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recognized Union Hospital at the Indiana Perinatal Hospital Summit today at the Ritz Charles in Carmel for their work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. This will give more babies in the Wabash Valley a healthy start in life.
Admitted patients of Union Hospital and Union Hospital Clinton can now get online access to their health records through the My Union Health Access patient portal. A link to the My Union Health Access portal can be found at myunionhospital.org.This electronic access will allow adult patients, 18 years of age and older, the ability to review their medical history after their stay at either facility.
Union Hospital and Union Hospital Clinton have been named Most Wired hospitals in the 2014 Most Wired Survey, recently released by Hospitals & Health Networks magazine. The award recognizes hospitals and health systems for excellence in information technology. This year marks the survey’s 16th anniversary, and the fifth consecutive year Union Hospital and Union Hospital Clinton have been awarded.
Union Hospital has once again received Chest Pain Center with PCI Accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC), an international organization dedicated to eliminating heart disease as the number one cause of death worldwide. Union Hospital and Union Hospital Clinton have both been accredited by SCPC since 2008. Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI designates Union Hospital as a hospital where PCI is the primary intervention strategy for the treatment of acute hear...
Union Hospital, Tabco and D.I.Y. are sponsoring the second annual Union Hospital 5K Run/Walk this spring to benefit the Vigo County School Corporation’s Backpack Program and the Union Hospital, Inc. 26 Fund. The race will be held June 6 at the ISU Memorial Stadium. In the Vigo County School Corporation, 56.4% of children are receiving free or reduced-cost lunches through the federal school lunch program. Based on this need, the Vigo County School Corporation Backpack Program was created. The pr...
The Union Hospital, Inc. Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Steven M. Holman, FACHE is joining Union Hospital, Inc. as president and chief executive officer effective May 5, 2014. Holman will lead Union Hospital Terre Haute, Union Hospital Clinton and the Union Hospital Medical Group.
Union Hospital’s Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health (Lugar Center) distributed 23 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to various Parke and Vermillion County organizations on Thursday, April 17, 2014. Congressman Larry Bucshon was present to make comments at the ceremony. Dr. Bucshon, a cardiothoracic surgeon, is serving his second term in Congress representing Indiana’s 8th District, which includes Parke and Vermillion Counties. As a physician, he is keenly aware of the need for...
Union Hospital’s Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health (Lugar Center) has distributed 12 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to various Clark County organizations. The AEDs were presented on April 15, 2014. Congressman John Shimkus of Illinois District 15 was present to make comments at the ceremony. In 2003, Congressman Shimkus was successful in ushering a bill through Congress that eventually became the law that provides for the placement of AEDs in Illinois schools.