News

Date Title
12/9/2015 Kosciusko Community Hospital Awarded Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Center
11/19/2015 St. Joseph Hospital to be visited by organ donor’s mother prior to being honored in Rose Bowl Parade
11/17/2015 Five Lutheran Health Network hospitals achieve The Joint Commission’s ‘Top Performer’ designation
11/16/2015 Popular Christmas display at Dupont Hospital up and running for 2015
11/12/2015 Lutheran Hospital just completed its 250th kidney transplant
11/10/2015 Lutheran Health Network paying tribute to military service one patient at a time
11/9/2015 Lutheran Hospital honors local food bank’s late leader with food drive
11/5/2015 Tom Kelley pledges record donation to Burn Council
11/2/2015 Moscow Ballet’s Mariia Skoruk and Olena Nalyvaiko visit Lutheran Children’s Hospital
10/29/2015 GO RED FOR WOMEN LUNCHEON AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT HEART DISEASE
10/23/2015 Remembrance trees at Lutheran Hospital give families a way to commemorate loved ones during the holidays
10/21/2015 American Heart Association and Lutheran Health Network to Preview National Eating Healthy Day with Event at YLNI Winter Market
10/12/2015 Dupont’s $4.2 million renovation of its outpatient surgery center now complete
10/7/2015 Two Lutheran Health Network pharmacists receive statewide recognition
9/28/2015 Bluffton Mayor Ted Ellis and community leaders join RediMed officials in cutting the ribbon

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