It’s back-to-school season – a time for freshly sharpened pencils and clean, white notebook paper. A time when decisions like “college-ruled or wide-ruled” weigh as heavily as what to wear on the first day. For some of us, back-to-school is a time for nostalgia and fond (or not-so-fond) memories. But for the Class of ’16 Inspiring Leaders, it’s a
IU Health Employees Articles
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.
She made a career out of welcoming lives into the world, not knowing that her own would be taken far too soon, and in a most violent and violating way. Beth Stayer (pictured below holding baby), a labor and delivery post-partum nurse, entered an Indiana University Health trauma unit in 2009, not as an employee, but as a patient, and a victim of