May 29, 2016

Professionals on the move

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • May 29, 2016 Methodist Hospitals has named Dr. Vincent Sevier vice president and chief quality officer. He comes to Methodist from OSF St Anthony Medical Center in Rockford, Illinois, where he served as vice chief and associate medical director in charge of ...Read More
May 27, 2016

Heat treatment: Skin cancers on the rise

Courtesy of the Post-Tribune • May 27, 2016, 10:19 AM By Christin Nance Lazerus • Contact Reporter My back looks like the craters of the moon," said the 72-year-old skin cancer survivor. Years of lifeguarding and boating on Lake Michigan caught up with the Northwest Indiana resident once he turned ...Read More
May 26, 2016

Dr. Vincent Sevier Joins Methodist Hospitals as Vice President and Chief Quality Officer

Courtesy of NWIndianaLife.com • May 26, 2016 Written by: Methodist Hospital Dr. Sevier joined Methodist Hospitals in May of 2016 as Vice President and Chief Quality Officer. He comes to Methodist from OSF St Anthony Medical Center in Rockford, Illinois, where he served as Vice Chief and Associate Medical Director ...Read More
May 24, 2016

Holistic Approaches

Courtesy of Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly Magazine • May 24, 2016 Mind-body-spirit connections lead to happier, more productive employees. by Lesly Bailey Employers are embracing a holistic approach to health with an eye to increased productivity, happier employees, less turnover and a thriving workforce. They understand the importance of bringing ...Read More
May 15, 2016

Estimated $100K raised in Highland March of Dimes

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • May 15, 2016 By Anna Ortiz, Times Correspondent Under an archway of purple and white balloons, about 1,000 people marched from Highland High School along the bike path from 41st Street to Erie Street on a sunny, yet crisp Sunday morning to ...Read More
May 13, 2016

Freeman-Wilson touts Gary to Crown Point business group

Courtesy of The Post-Tribune • May 13, 2016 By Carrie Napoleon Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson says positive changes are taking place in her city, but more time and commitment is needed to keep things moving forward. Freeman-Wilson spoke Friday at the Morning Business Hour hosted by Andrew Kyres of First ...Read More
May 12, 2016

Whiting paints town pink for cancer awareness

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • May 12, 2016 By Paul Czapkowicz, Times Correspondent WHITING — The billboards at the entrance to the city's business district at Indianapolis Boulevard and 119th Street tell passersby the Whiting-Robertsdale community is once again fighting breast cancer through its annual, monthlong Paint ...Read More
May 11, 2016

Hall of Fame inductees represent diverse industries

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • May 11, 2016 By Giles Bruce MERRILLVILLE — From the real estate developer to the health care executive to the construction goods seller to the steel researcher, a diverse group of industries was represented at The Times 2016 Business & Industry Hall ...Read More
May 8, 2016

What’s killing the poor in Northwest Indiana?

Courtesy of The Times • May 8, 2016 By Giles Bruce GARY — David Pyle admits he didn't always lead the healthiest life. He still smokes, used to eat poorly and was never a big sleeper. But he says he didn't realize those behaviors could cause him to suffer a ...Read More
May 6, 2016

Hall of Fame inductees represent diverse industries [The Times, Munster, Ind.]

Courtesy of Bloomberg • May 6, 2016 May 11--MERRILLVILLE -- From the real estate developer to the health care executive to the construction goods seller to the steel researcher, a diverse group of industries was represented at The Times 2016 Business and Industry Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Tuesday. ...Read More
May 6, 2016

New mom, 26, survives severe stroke in Gary

Courtesy of The Times • May 6, 2016 By Giles Bruce MERRILLVILLE — Brittany Chism had her first child on New Year's Day. Seventeen days later, she had a stroke. The last thing the 26-year-old remembered was walking up the stairs of her Gary home and her right side going ...Read More
May 1, 2016

Donating blood helps save lives in the emergency room

Courtesey of The Times • May 1, 2016 By Times Staff May is Trauma Awareness Month and the American Red Cross urges the community to give blood or platelets to help ensure lifesaving blood products are available for trauma patients and others with serious medical needs. Each year, trauma accounts ...Read More