During the week of March 3, Wabash County Hospital will participate with the Indiana Hospital Association and other Indiana hospitals to observe Patient Safety Awareness Week and honor a statewide commitment to collectively work together as a health care community to provide the safest care possible. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has joined this effort by proclaiming March 3-9, 2013, as … Read More »
The Wabash Skilled Care closed its doors on January 15. Located on the 3rd floor of Wabash County Hospital, residents of Skilled Care utilize the facility for anything from a short-term stay for rehabilitation following surgery or illness or as their permanent home. Wabash Skilled Care opened in 1990 and was managed by an outside company. When that company decided … Read More »
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Michele Meredith has joined the WCH staff as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Michele passed her certifying exam on Jan. 4 and is eager to begin seeing patients alongside Grace Stanley, RN, FNP, in Wabash Family Medicine. She will be supervised by Dr. Maria Cuda. Michele began her career at Wabash County Hospital … Read More »
HELP! Our Red Cross Representative called today and stated that the Red Cross is in dire need of Type O Blood. So please, please, please consider donating blood on Wednesday, January 9 at WCH. As a healthcare facility, let’s pull together for a good cause! Call our Human Resources dept. today to schedule a time to donate, 260.569.2327.
The Wabash County Hospital Foundation held its annual cash raffle drawing on Saturday night, during the Gala. More than 1500 tickets were sold. The following people were winners: $2,000 Early Bird: Deb Wagner’s House Cleaning (a group of 9 employees.) $5,000: Al Plummer $3,000: David VanCamp $2,000: Susan Pugh $1,000: Dr. Bill & Dana Rauh
The Wabash County Hospital Foundation will feature its second Wabash County Has Talent competition at the 18th annual Gala fundraiser on Saturday, November 10 at the Honeywell Center. Performers include the Wabash Fire Department, the Wabash City Police Department and Peabody Entertainers’ Carolettes. An additional performance is being kept secret until the night of the Gala. Performing for the Wabash … Read More »
“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived – that is to have succeeded.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson This quote is certainly true for the therapists who make up the Respiratory Team at Wabash County Hospital. Countless men, women, and children have benefited due to our team’s dedicated to help others breathe easier. The Respiratory Therapy … Read More »
Studer Group®, a Gulf Breeze, Florida-based outcomes firm, hosted their 10th annual What’s Right in Health Care® conference on October 10-12 in Nashville, Tennessee, at the beautiful Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. What’s Right in Health Care® is one of the largest peer-to-peer networking conferences in the nation where attendees receive state-of-the-industry insights from powerhouse keynote speakers, learn best … Read More »