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
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If you ask his colleagues, they’ll tell you that Jerald Briggs would do anything for anybody. For just shy of three decades, Jerald, a rehabilitation technician, has been known as the heart of the Physical Therapy & Wound Care Clinic at IU Health Methodist Hospital, but in reality, those who know him think of him as the heart of the hospital.
A little healthy competition is a great motivator, especially for the physical therapy staff at Indiana University Health. Right now, that competitive spirit is helping them reach fitness goals, as well as making a big impact on patients in need.
Sarah Edwards and Laura Guntz, physical therapists in the IU Health PT & Wound Care Clinic, are
Indiana University Health Methodist Trauma Nurse Shelley Lucas, RN, knows a lot about perseverance and dedication. She sees these qualities every day in the patients she treats – patients who are overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their personal journeys toward healing. But this year, Shelley will see those qualities in action as one
Some days a simple walk to the mailbox is anything but simple.
Some days a simple scrape on the leg is anything but simple.
Jean Underwood’s wound care experience has been anything but simple.
Jean lives in Denver, the one in northern Indiana. On a typical winter day, she made what should have been an unmemorable trip to get her mail and get in