April 30, 2019

Methodist Hospital Southlake’s screenings & smoothies spring health fair

Courtesy of NWIndianaLife.com • April 30, 2019 Written by Andrea Marvel Community members lined up out the door Saturday morning to participate in Methodist Hospital’s Screenings & Smoothies Spring Health Fair. The annual event invites the community to learn more about their individual health and the services available to them ...Read More
April 30, 2019

Maria Chicchelly Joins Methodist Hospitals as Assistant Vice President of Patient Care Services

Courtesy of NWIndianaLife.com • April 30, 2019 Written by Methodist Hospitals Methodist Hospitals announces the appointment of Maria Chicchelly to the position of Assistant Vice President, Patient Care at the Northlake Campus in Gary. Maria has over 20 years of clinical and managerial experience in Acute Medical/Surgical Care, Women’s Health ...Read More
April 24, 2019

News briefs: Memorial service, spring community health fair, spring concert

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • April 24, 2019 Memorial Service for perinatal loss MICHIGAN CITY — Franciscan Health recognizes the pain that families go through in perinatal loss and provides services to those seeking care and comfort. There will be a memorial service for "Remembering Our Babies" ...Read More
April 19, 2019

Methodist Hospitals Appoints Three New Asst. VPs

Courtesy of Building Indiana • April 19, 2019 Methodist Hospitals announced that Kim Innes, Julie Kerns, and Dena McCormick have been promoted to Assistant Vice Presidents. Kim Innes Kim Innes has served as Methodist Hospital’s Orthopedic Service Line Director for more than six years. She has more than 20 years ...Read More
April 19, 2019

Methodist Hospitals Appoints New Assistant Vice Presidents

Courtesy of NW Indiana Life • April 19, 2019 Written by Methodist Hospitals Kim Innes has served as Methodist Hospital’s Orthopedic Service Line Director for more than six years. She has more than 20 years of successful strategic planning, business development and team building experience in the healthcare industry, such ...Read More
April 18, 2019

Sports Shorts: April 19

Courtesy of Associated Press • April 18, 2019 Staff Writer Special dedication of Jeff DeCamp Field April 27 The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department and DeCamp’s Band of Brothers Foundation will host a special dedication of Jeff DeCamp Field at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27, at Clarke ...Read More
April 18, 2019

Sports Shorts: April 19

Courtesy of Herald Argus • April 18, 2019 Special dedication of Jeff DeCamp Field April 27 The City of La Porte Park and Recreation Department and DeCamp’s Band of Brothers Foundation will host a special dedication of Jeff DeCamp Field at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27, at Clarke Park. Following ...Read More
April 18, 2019

Methodist Hospitals appoints new assistant vice presidents

Courtesy of The Chicago Crusader • April 18, 2019 By leslie Kim Innes, Julie Kerns, and Dena McCormick promoted to Assistant Vice Presidents. Kim Innes has served as Methodist Hospital’s Orthopedic Service Line Director for more than six years. She has more than 20 years of successful strategic planning, business ...Read More
April 17, 2019

Methodist Hospitals Appoints New Assistant Vice Presidents

Courtesy of Inside INdiana Business • April 17, 2019 By Theresa Wells-Ditton, Coordinating Producer Methodist Hospitals has named Kim Innes (pictured), Julie Kerns (pictured) and Dena McCormick as assistant vice presidents. Innes has served as the hospital's orthopedic line director, Kerns as director of nursing quality and regulatory compliance. McCormick ...Read More
April 17, 2019

A Northwest Indiana Life in the Spotlight: Jen Sanders

Courtesy of NWIndianaLife.com • April 17, 2019 Written by Kellyn Vale Jen Sanders grew up in Burnham, Illinois, a close-knit, small town that built the foundation for her strong connection to a sense of community. “I love that small-town feel,” Sanders said. “It was only a 1.8-mile radius town, but ...Read More
April 17, 2019

News briefs: Crime watch meeting, colon cancer, coffee with a cop

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • April 17, 2019 Written by Times Staff Crime watch HAMMOND — Join the South Hammond Crime Watch Meeting at 7 p.m. April 18 in the Hammond Housing Authority conference room, 1402 173rd St. Hammond Community Resource Officer Butch Logan will be featured ...Read More
April 15, 2019

Methodist Hospitals Appoints New Assistant Vice Presidents

Courtesy of NWIndianaLife.com • April 15, 2019 Written by Methodist Hospitals Kim Innes has served as Methodist Hospital’s Orthopedic Service Line Director for more than six years. She has more than 20 years of successful strategic planning, business development and team building experience in the healthcare industry, such as the ...Read More
April 14, 2019

News briefs: Bake sale, Good Friday service

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • April 14, 2019 Written by Times Staff Bake sale MERRILLVILLE — St. Elijah bake sale is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 18 and 19 at the St. Elijah Serbian-American Hall, 8700 Taft St. There are apple, cherry and cheese strudels, nut ...Read More
April 10, 2019

RailCats’ High School Challenge returns for 17th season

Courtesy of The Chronicle • April 10, 2019 Written by Chronicle Staff The Gary SouthShore RailCats announce the return of the High School Challenge, presented by Northwest Indiana Orthopedic and Spine Center at Methodist Hospitals as a centerpiece of the spring baseball season in NW Indiana. The 17th annual High ...Read More
April 10, 2019

News briefs: Chamber event, practice Spanish and English, Bishop Noll musical

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • April 10, 2019 Written by Times Staff Rise, Shine, and Share Portage PORTAGE — Join the Portage chamber of Commerce for Rise, Shine, and Share Portage from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. April 11 at Best Western Plus Portage Hotel & Suites, ...Read More
April 10, 2019

‘We’ve got to do something’: Methodist ER chief implores students to take a stand against gun violence

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana • April 10, 2019 Written by Carley Lanich GARY — When Dr. Michael McGee, medical director of emergency services at Methodist Hospitals, first met Gary Lighthouse Charter School freshman Isaiah Johnson at Project Outreach and Prevention on Youth Violence’s annual conference in Hammond, ...Read More
April 7, 2019

Sports Shorts: April 8

Courtesy of The News Dispatch • April 7, 2019 Slicers baseball drops twin bill La Porte’s baseball team lost both games of a doubleheader at Logansport, 7-3 and 5-3 on Saturday. In Game 1, the Slicers fell behind 2-0 after the first inning. La Porte’s Logan Schroeder took the loss, ...Read More
April 6, 2019

Sports Shorts: April 6

Courtesy of Herald Argus La Porte softball edges Clay Olivia Zarantonello was 2-for-4 and Megan Reed singled in a run to back the four-hit pitching of MaCayla Boone as La Porte held off South Bend Clay 4-3 in softball Friday. Shelby Linn had two of the Slicers’ five stolen bases. ...Read More
April 5, 2019

Sports Shorts: April 6

Courtesy of the Michigan City News-Dispatch MC middle school football callout Michigan City High School will host a middle school football callout at noon today for parents of students going into seventh or eighth grade who are interested in playing next season. For details, call Wesley Scully at (219) 561-4981. La Porte softball ...Read More
April 3, 2019

News briefs: Volunteer kickoff, water quality workshop

Courtesy of The Times of Northwest Indiana Volunteer kickoff WHITING — The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter is hosting a Volunteer Kickoff for the Lake County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday. Attendees can learn more about the various volunteer opportunities available surrounding the Lake County Walk to End Alzheimer’s, ...Read More
April 3, 2019

Workshops to be featured at World Civility Day Thursday

Courtesy of the Times of Northwest Indiana World Civility Day is fast approaching and Chuck Hughes is finalizing plans for the Thursday event. The Gary Chamber of Commerce executive director said this fourth annual World Civility Day is filled with activities throughout the day. The civility campaign is about treating ...Read More
April 2, 2019

Healthy Night Out puts the focus on women’s heart health

Courtesy of The Post-Tribune Written by Sue Ellen Ross Girlfriend outings can cover the gamut from wine tastings to Tupperware parties and candle demonstrations, with much in between. A unique example was the recent Healthy Night Out with the Girls at Methodist Hospital in Merrillville. The mission of the event ...Read More
April 1, 2019

Methodist Hospitals to host Orthopedic and Spine Care Specialists Mixer

Courtesy of the Gary 411 No speeches, no seminars, just one-on-one The Northwest Indiana Orthopedic and Spine Care Center at Methodist Hospital is hosting an orthopedic and spine care specialist mixer for the community. Community members will have an opportunity to talk one-on-one with experts and get answers to questions ...Read More