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Major Hospital Press Releases:
2014 Free Community Health Screenings Outcomes
Benesse Oncology is working hard to become a Commission on Cancer accredited cancer facility in 2014. Too see how Benesse is making a difference in the community, check out their published outcomes piece highlighting their 2013 free community health screenings results. >> Read more.
2 Hospitals Collaborate to Open Shelbyville Cardiology Center
Major Hospital and St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers will open a new $1.5 million cardiology center in Shelbyville today, cementing a longtime relationship between St. Francis cardiologists and Shelby County patients. >> Read more.
New $1.5 Million Cardiology Center to Open in Shelbyville
Major Hospital and St. Francis Hospital have joined forces to create the UnaVie Cardiology Center in Shelbyville. The $1.5 million facility is located in the Intelliplex Medical Arts Center and will officially open Monday. The heath care providers describe the new center as a one stop service for non-invasive cardiology and pulmonary treatment. >> Read more.
Nurse shortage still a major work force issue in Indiana
What?s the No. 1 ?hot job? in Indiana and expected to remain so for at least a decade? As the bedrock of the United State?s health care delivery framework, the nursing profession represents the top need for open health care positions across Indiana and much of the nation. >> Read more.
Major Hospital Starts Construction on Expansion Project.
SHELBYVILLE (Indiana) ? ?Revive, renew, and restore will be the bywords next year at the intersection of I-74 and State Road 9 when our all-new reNovo Orthopaedics Center opens with a full line of services,? said Jack Horner, president and CEO of Major Hospital.
Horner, board members of Major Hospital, and community leaders from the region were on hand October 9 for a formal groundbreaking of the 25,000 sq. ft. building. The reNovo Orthopaedics Center will be built next to the Benesse Onocology Center on I-74.
2009: A Year of Major Recognition for Outstanding Healthcare Delivery
New HealthGrades rankings culminate year of national awards and recognition for Major Hospital
SHELBYVILLE, IN ? The year 2009 represented a period where Major Hospital and the practice groups in Major Health Partners received national recognition for outstanding
healthcare delivery. "We are both humbled and flattered by national recognition for healthcare excellence from top research firms like HealthGrades, Thomson- Reuters and Press
Ganey," said Jack Horner, president and CEO of Major Health Partners.>> read more
Giving back to the community: Dr. Greg Howard donates services to high schools
Board-certified sports medicine physician provides more than a hundred hours annually in medical services
SHELBYVILLE, IN ? In recent times it was not a common sight, but is so today: an injured teenage player being attended to by not only a certified athletic trainer, but also by
a licensed physician at a high school football or basketball game.>> read more
Major Health Partners expands comprehensive orthopaedic services, Hospital breaks ground for 25,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art center
SHELBYVILLE (Indiana) ? "Revive, renew, and restore will be the bywords next year at the intersection of I-74 and State Road 9 when our all-new reNovo Orthopaedics Center opens
with a full line of services," said Jack Horner, president and CEO of Major Hospital.>> read more
Major Health Partners improves patient care, safety with new advanced electronic records systems
MHP begins in-depth use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) technology well in advance of mandated federal standards
SHELBYVILLE, Indiana ? The technology improves medical treatment, lowers costs and directly contributes to patient safety. It's so important that the 2009 American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) includes a entire section devoted to its installation. It's also so important that if physicians outside of hospitals aren't using it by 2015, they will
be subject to monetary penalties.>> read more
Orthopedic surgeons, physicians set to provide health information at first annual ReNovo Education Day
SHELBYVILLE, Indiana ? During 2010, multiple thousands of Hoosiers will visit a hospital or clinic seeking relief from severe joint pain, bone diseases, or injuries related to
their musculoskeletal systems, according to Jack Horner, president and CEO of Major Health Partners. Many will undergo surgery for joint replacement or repair, while others
will seek professional therapeutic treatment to ease pain or correct problems.>> read more
State-of-the-art 25,000 sq. ft. orthopedic center opens, ReNovo Orthopaedic Center offers comprehensive services
"Green-focused" Center features 21st Century technology, latest radiology, diagnostic, hydrotherapy and therapeutic facilities
SHELBYVILLE (Indiana) ? From state-of-the-art radiology facilities to wind turbines powering equipment, the new $7 million ReNovo Orthopaedic Center on I-74 now offers a
high-tech comprehensive line of orthopedic, diagnostic and therapeutic services, according to Jack Horner, president and CEO of Major Health Partners.
>> read more
Major Hospital captures "Top 1oo Hospitals" rank for second year by Thomson Reuters
Hospital praised for patient outcomes, safety
SHELBYVILLE, IN ?Major Hospital, a community hospital located near southwest urban Indianapolis, has been named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by
Thomson Reuters. The top designation is the second in a row for the community-based facility, which serves as the anchor hospital for Major Health Partners.
>> read more
Major Hospital achieves top rankings for inpatient satisfaction, according to national Press Ganey report
SHELBYVILLE, IN (March 19, 2009) ? Patients of Major Hospital gave the regional healthcare facility top marks for inpatient satisfaction, according to data collected and
analyzed by Press Ganey, a national healthcare consulting firm.>> read more
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