Frances Stauffer was St.Vincent Carmel’s first volunteer when the hospital opened in 1985, and her Southern hospitality has touched many lives at St.Vincent. At the still youthful age of 95, Frances still volunteers two days a week at Carmel and two days a week at 86th Street. Read more here.
St.Vincent Carmel Nuclear Medicine Receives Accreditation from American College of Radiology
"Accreditation is granted only if your facility has met all of the testing criteria established by the ACR Committee on Nuclear Medicine Accreditation for clinical image quality and phantom image quality," said Carolyn McCutchen, director of Medical Imaging. Read more here.
Run the Drumstick Dash this Thanksgiving
St.Vincent is a sponsor of the 12th Annual Wheeler Mission Drumstick Dash, Thursday, Nov. 27, 9 a.m. in Broad Ripple. If you're interested in registering to run, walk or volunteer, sign-up at www.DrumstickDash.org. Read more here.
Jonathan Nalli is Commissioned as St.Vincent CEO
Jonathan Nalli was formally blessed as chief executive officer of St.Vincent during an Oct. 20 commissioning ceremony in Indianapolis. The ritual consisted of a blessing of Jonathan’s hands with oil, reading of scripture and prayer, singing of hymns and a reception. Read more here.
IREF Residents Knit Caps for St.Vincent Fishers Infants
Residents of the Indianapolis Re-entry Educational Facility (IREF) knitted caps for infants at St.Vincent Women and Infants. Amber Neese of St.Vincent Fishers Women and Infants visited IREF to thank the residents for the donation. Read more here.
Applying for Citizenship would demand some knowledge of history, geography and English. All of this has to do with understanding the country that one will be a part of. Studying and reading about the history, geography of the country was very fascinating to me. Read More →
During the month of November, the millions of nurses, home care aides, therapists and social workers who make a remarkable difference for the patients and families they serve, are being celebrated for their contributions. Read More →
When he was a child, Jerry Laue was always interested in nature. He was probably the only kid who got punished for getting stung after catching bees, wasps and hornets against his mother’s wishes. Read More →