While reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic can be daunting, Dr. Elizabeth Simpson feels confident treating nonemergency patients once again at the dental clinics where she works outside Indianapolis.
Meridian to open new evening and weekend COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Neighborhood COVID-19 vaccine clinics see success as eligibility opens up
Community Partnerships Bring Vaccines to Muncie Southside
Meridian expands program for moms to Madison County
Meridian to host one-day vaccine clinics on Saturday, no pre-registration required
Local community health centers have responded to the COIVD-19 pandemic by ramping up telehealth while seeing patients who couldn’t be cared for remotely and retooling operations to keep patients and staff safe.
Remember what going to the doctor used to be like?
Two of the city’s major healthcare providers, IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital and Meridian Health Services, have undergone drastic changes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I heard a quote over the weekend which I believe is relevant for the COVID-19 challenge:
“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” —Winston Churchill
As this crisis unfolded, we were stunned by the negative outcomes. Today I’m focusing on the progress taking place.
When schools began closing and stay-at-home orders were put in place, investigator Kris Swanson’s concern for child abuse was heightened.
When the COVID-19 outbreak in China was revealed and the epicenter Wuhan was locked down, we, a group of 45 psychiatrists and mental health professionals, assembled a team (TopGun Peer Support Wuhan) on January 24 to provide peer support for the Wuhan health care professionals (HCPs) who were fighting at the front lines of this crisis.
Meridian Health Services is displaying a sign of community hope during this COVID-19 crisis. With the partnership of Jay Crew Landscaping and Indiana Michigan Power, Muncie’s tallest Christmas tree was lit again Monday night and will remain lit every night from dusk until dawn as a symbol of community hope and collaboration. “We have hundreds […]
Under the direction of Meridian Health Services, and with the partnership of Jay Crew Landscaping and Indiana Michigan Power, Muncie’s tallest Christmas tree was lit again last night and will remain lit every night from dusk until dawn as a symbol of community hope and collaboration.
Whether you’re practicing self-quarantine at home, checking news and social media constantly or struggling to find toilet paper, coronavirus and the stress that comes with it might be starting to feel real.
In order to reduce the possible spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Indiana, Meridian Health Services is rescheduling Rialzo, its charity benefit gala, on April 18, 2020 to April 10, 2021. “While Rialzo is our signature event and fundraiser, our mission is to make our communities healthier, and we need to lead by example in […]