St. Vincent In the News

In the News - Week of July 3, 2017

By: St. Vincent

July 10, 2017 |

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Step inside a micro-hospital: St. Vincent debuts Noblesville neighborhood hospital

Indianapolis Star
Shari Rudavsky
July 6 and July 7, 2017

On Thursday, St. Vincent previewed its version of the emerging ‘micro-hospital’ trend with the St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospital at Noblesville which opens in July. This story, which also appeared on the front of the Metro section of Friday’s newspaper, features remarks from St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospitals CEO John Wood and St. Vincent's executive director of trauma and EMS Jane Whinnery.


St. Vincent unveils first of four planned micro-hospitals

Indianapolis Business Journal
John Russell
July 6, 2017

Another article covering the Blessing and Dedication Ceremony for the new St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospital at Noblesville features quotes from St. Vincent Indiana CEO Jonathan Nalli and St. Vincent Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Richard Fogel. Both executives noted that this facility is designed for patient convenience and that its size and location will enable clinicians to “see patients quicker and get them home faster.”

St. Vincent opens new hospital

News at 5PM
July 6, 2017

Coverage continues with this broadcast story about the soon-to-open St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospital at Noblesville featuring comments from St. Vincent Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Richard Fogel.

Indianapolis-area hospitals weather reported blood supply shortage

WTTV CBS 4 Indianapolis
Frank Mickens
July 6, 2017

The Indiana Blood Center and the American Red Cross issued a nationwide call for donors saying they are experiencing a national shortage of blood following the July 4th holiday. However, local hospitals including St. Vincent and Eskenazi, say they are well stocked and have not experienced a shortage of blood products. A similar story ran on WXIN FOX 59 Indianapolis.

Local hospitals adopt ‘wait to bathe’ policies for newborns

Nina Criscuolo
July 6, 2017

With new research showing that delaying a newborn’s first bath can promote infant health, breast-feeding and mother-baby bonding, more hospitals are adopting ‘wait to bathe’ policies and practices. Of the Indianapolis-area hospitals surveyed, St. Vincent’s usual practice of waiting at least 20 hours before bathing newborns is the closest to the World Health Organization’s latest recommendations. This story appeared every hour during the news station’s morning Daybreak newscasts on July 6.

Local doctor completes residency

Kokomo Tribune
July 6, 2017

Dr. Anisha Gohil, of Kokomo, has completed a three year residency in pediatrics at the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent in Indianapolis. An official graduation ceremony was held in late June.


Driving kindness in the community one patient at a time

WEVV 44 News
Britney Taylor
July 3, 2017

A visit to the hospital can be tough, but St. Vincent volunteer Ron Booth is all about making things easier. Ron has been volunteering at St. Vincent for a little over two years as a shuttle driver, but since then his duties go far beyond driving. Director of Cardiac Rehab Jackie Lannan, BSN RN, sings Ron's praises.

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