For Connie Alsum, it felt like getting kicked when she was already down. The 57-year-old had struggled to get herself into shape so she would qualify to be listed for a lung transplant. For years, she went through a cycle of losing weight, becoming ill, being hospitalized, and then gaining it back, making her ineligible for the complicated
If you peruse the stories here on our blog, you are instantly immersed in messages of hope, healing and phenomenal strength. Most of those stories focus on our patients – our mission. However, the patients we serve wouldn’t receive the excellent and innovative care that puts them on the road to wellness without our world-class physicians.
Guest blog by Mark Wutt, Methodist Health Foundation board member and vice president of individual marketing and sales support at OneAmerica® in Indianapolis.
You think you’re prepared for anything? So did I. But anyone can be taken by surprise, even someone who should have known better, like me. Thanks to Methodist Health Foundation, I’m now
We know a little something about gratitude at Methodist Health Foundation. Gratitude shapes everything we touch. It brightens the eyes of the patients we serve, and drives the clinicians who give their all to saving and changing lives. We receive gratitude from those who have benefited from our programs every day; and every day, we are thankful
Carol and her husband, Brad, never expected to be wheeling a Radio Flyer wagon jam-packed with children’s books into Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital. But, nearly three years to the day after losing their twins, Jasper and Bodhi, at birth, Carol and Brad returned to the ward where they last held their precious babies and, with their