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Coping with coronavirus: How to keep your anxiety in check

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.

Coronavirus Concerns Affect Meridian’s Charity Gala Rialzo

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 […]

Rialzo XI: Here’s what to expect, from ticket sales to health safety

In just over a month, Meridian Health Services will host the 11th annual charity gala, Rialzo, at the Horizon Convention Center. Thousands are expected to “party with a purpose.”

Friends and Neighbors: Meridian to present annual award to Gov. Holcomb at Rialzo

Gov. Eric Holcomb is the recipient of Meridian Health Services’ 2020 Spirit of Meridian Award. The annual recognition is awarded to someone who has contributed significantly to the overall health and well-being of people.

Meridian Awards Governor Eric Holcomb With Spirit of Meridian Award

Governor Eric Holcomb is the recipient of Meridian Health Services’ 2020 Spirit of Meridian Award, a recognition that pays tribute to an individual who demonstrates proactive actions in promoting healthier communities. The annual recognition is awarded to someone who has contributed significantly to the overall health and well-being of people and somebody who goes above and beyond the call of duty.

Meridian Health Services welcomes new vice president of human resources

Kellie Pearson-Carroll has been named the new vice president of human resources at Meridian Health Services. Pearson-Carroll has more than 20 years of human resource operations and management in hospital and healthcare organizations, according to a release. At Meridian, she will oversee the development and implementation of human resource policies, recruitment, retention, legal compliance, benefit […]

Health clinic to open at a Muncie middle school

Meridian Health Services and Muncie Community Schools are partnering to open a health center at Southside Middle School, the first of its kind in the Muncie region.

Meridian Health Services Bringing Health Clinic To Southside Middle School

A Muncie health service company is setting up an in-house clinic at Southside Middle School in Muncie. As IPR’s Christine Hatfield reports, the company will also work with Muncie Community Schools to provide health education to students, parents, and staff.It’s Muncie Community Schools’ first in-house clinic. Meridian Health Services will be working in collaboration with the nursing services already provided at Southside. It will also be partnering with school staff to provide behavioral health services.

Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 125th Annual Meeting

The Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 125th Annual Meeting at the Horizon Convention Center with a retrospective of the group’s relationship with the community.

Meridian CEO Invited to White House Discussion on Mental Health

Meridian Health Services’ President and CEO, Hank Milius, was one of several distinguished professionals invited from the healthcare and substance use treatment and prevention field to a roundtable discussion with State and Federal officials regarding mental health/addiction issues at the NeuroDiagnostic Institute (NDI) in Indianapolis on Friday, September 27, 2019.

New program for mothers will be 1 step in Wayne County’s addiction fight

Incremental improvements leading to meaningful change.

Addiction crisis not about drugs, it’s about ‘community,’ author tells Lafayette leaders

As former Los Angeles Times reporter Sam Quinones tried to get his arms around how and why pain killers took hold of American communities in such devastating ways – a project that became his 2015 book, “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic” – he said he was taken by how hard communities tried to hide what was going on rather than confronting it.