He should have been heading for the home stretch, but instead, Sebastien Bourdais’ dreams of victory ended in a blaze of fire and the screeching of twisted metal. The 38-year-old Verizon IndyCar driver was heading into turn two on the third of his four Indianapolis 500 qualifying laps on Saturday, May 20, when he lost control of the car and spun
An engine revs. Others join in, the chorus of motors and pistons and gears building as the chant of the crowd grows steadily louder. Then, peals of rubber against the road, and they’re off! For one, victory lies just over the finish line, with a cold bottle of milk in hand and the yard of bricks underfoot.
It’s April, and that the greatest
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
Where would we be without nurses? It’s not a question we ever want to see answered. Nurses devote themselves to their patients with unparalleled dedication. They provide compassionate care, administered with dignity and respect. They work long hours for days on end, and never waver in the quality of care they provide. They assess patients, develop