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Welcoming the Nallis: A Family Built on Love, Sacrifice and Faith – St.Vincent

Towne Post

Jonathan Nalli recently relocated his family to Zionsville after accepting the position of CEO at St.Vincent. Nalli and his wife, Cathleen, were interviewed about his career background, their young children, how they are acclimating to their new home in Zionsville, and how they are eager to become engaged in the local communities that St.Vincent serves.

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Thriving In The Family Business – St.Vincent

The Indianapolis Star

Golf has always been a family affair for Julie Carmichael, chief strategy officer at St.Vincent. The Martinsville native has been around the sport virtually her entire life. As the daughter of former Indiana University golf coach and professional golfer Sam Carmichael, it’s no surprise that the competitor for the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur title would be involved in the sport. In 2005, Carmichael followed her father and was inducted into the Indiana Golf Hall of Fame after claiming several tournament titles, including the Indiana Women’s PGA Open championship in 2000 and 2003. On Saturday, September 6, she played in the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur in Noblesville, Ind. where she was joined by 131 competitors.

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Patients and Clinicians at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent Prepare for Colts vs. Broncos

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Pediatric patients, their families and clinicians decorated a banner in preparation for the Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos game on Sunday, September 7. The banner was hung in the hospital. Lauren Badua, pediatric patient who had met Peyton Manning while receiving care, was interviewed.

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6-Year-Old Patient Jolie Carolan Inspires New Reindeer-Themed Room at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent

WISH-8

The St.Vincent Foundation and Reindeer Auto Relocation revealed a new reindeer-themed pediatric hospital room to 6-year-old patient Jolie Carolan and her family who inspired the fundraising relationship between the Zionsville-based auto relocation company and Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent. Sue Anne Gilroy, executive director of the St.Vincent Foundation, was interviewed about the donated funds for the new reindeer themed room.

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What You Should Know About the Respiratory Illness Spreading Among Children – Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital

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Hundreds of children across the United States have been hospitalized with a serious respiratory illness. Scientists say they believe the bug to blame is Enterovirus D68, also known as EV-D68. Dr. Michael Khouli, pediatric emergency medicine, Drs. David Zipes and Don Miller, pediatric hospitalists, and Dr. Chris Belcher, medical director of infectious disease at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent were interviewed on the respiratory illness and what precautions Hoosiers need to take.

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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease is a Pain – St.Vincent Medical Group

The Indianapolis Star

Nationwide, physicians are reporting an increase of hand, foot and mouth disease. This year, more school-aged children, and even some parents, are falling ill to the virus. Dr. Kristine Powell, pediatrician at St.Vincent Medical Group, was interviewed about the virus and best ways area residents can prevent from spreading and contracting hand, foot and mouth disease.

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Healthy Habits Start at Home – St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital

The Indianapolis Star

From smart eating to consistent scheduling, students should strive to develop healthy habits in every environment, especially at home. Positive modeling and reinforcement at home will put students on a path to lifelong success. Maureen Beck, registered dietician at St.Vincent Indianapolis Hospital, was interviewed about what parents should strive to provide in their child’s daily diet.

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AHA, St.Vincent Partnership Targets Stroke – St.Vincent Neuroscience Institute

Indianapolis Recorder

More than 3,000 Hoosiers die every year from stroke, making it the fourth leading cause of death in Indiana. Thousands of more stroke victims suffer life-changing disabilities. The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association and St.Vincent are launching a new “Together To End Stroke” partnership to help reduce the burden of stroke in Central Indiana. Dr. Jeffrey Hilburn, neurologist with JWM at St.Vincent Neuroscience Institute, was interviewed about stroke and the new partnership.

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St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Among Best Hospitals in Indiana

The Alexandria Times-Tribune

St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital has been ranked as one of the best hospitals in Indiana for 2014-2015 by U.S. News & World Report. The annual U.S. Best Hospitals rankings recognize hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients. St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital is the only hospital in East Central Indiana to be named to the Best Hospitals list. The faith-based hospital also received a “High Performing” rating in Pulmonology. Hospitals were evaluated on patient survival, safety, volume, advanced technologies and specialized services. Tom VanOsdol, president of St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital was interviewed about this recognition.

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Local Doctors: Disease From Ticks Uncommon, but Use Caution- St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital

The Herald Bulletin

In the last five years, 38 cases of Lyme disease has been reported in the state, five cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and one case of Ehlichiosis linked to tick bites. Dr. James Beeson, emergency medicine physician at St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital, was interviewed on how rarely they see patients who develop diseases from ticks.

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Sunscreen For Your Eyes – St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital

The Herald Bulletin

Too much sun can damage the skin and cause deadly cancers, which is why people use sunscreen and protective clothing. Unfortunately, doctors say many people forget to screen their eyes for the same reasons. Paul A. Frascella, DO, doctor of osteopathic medicine with St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital, was interviewed about the importance of wearing sunglasses with UV protection to prevent sun damage.

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