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Methodist announces two appointments

            MERRILLVILLE – John Lowenstine has been named a board member for Methodist Hospitals.             Lowenstine is a certified public accountant and worked at Geo. S. Olive before opening his own practice. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society.             At the same time, Methodist …

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1st Source donates $840,000

            SOUTH BEND – 1st Source Bank and its philanthropic arm, 1st Source Foundation, have donated more than $840,000 to community causes in 2010. In addition, 1st Source employees volunteers more than 25,000 hours to more than 375 non-profits.             Major donations include $100,000 to St. Mary’s College Capital Campaign; $30,000 to South Bend Area …

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HealthLinc, Porter-Starke are recognized

            VALPARAISO – HealthLinc and Porter-Starke Services recently received the Special Exemplary Project Award from the Indiana Primary Health Care Organization.             “HealthLinc is honored to have received this award with valued partner Porter-Starke,” said Beth Wrobel, CEO. “It’s a testament to the strength of both organizations and the partnership we have formed. More importantly, …

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New hospital spurs new development

            CHESTERTON – Even though construction of the new Porter hospital at U.S. 6 and Indiana 49 south of Chesterton is far from complete, other development in the area has begun.             Porter County Commissioners are considering a request to rezone 110 acres west of the site for a commercial, office and residential development. The …

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Construction Trades Council moves offices

            MUNSTER – The Northwest Indiana Building and Construction Trades Council has moved to a new location at 550 Superior Ave., Suite B, in Munster, said President Chris Hernandez.             Previously, the council was located at 6415 Kennedy Ave., in Hammond.             For information about the move, contact the council at (219) 924-5100 or visit …

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Cookbook helps Center for Hospice Care

            SOUTH BEND – The 30th anniversary of Center for Hospice Care is being marked with publication of a commemorative cookbook of favorite recipes of many of the patients served by the staff. “Sweet Memories” is available for $26.50 through the web site, www.CenterforHospice.org.             Families were encouraged to include a photo along with brief …

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St. Anthony Medical offers daVinci system

            CROWN POINT – St. Anthony Medical Center is now offering patients the da Vinci Surgical System.             DaVinci consists of a robotic platform designed to enable complex surgery using a minimally invasive approach. Sister hospitals St. Anthony Memorial in Michigan City and St. Margaret Mercy in Hammond and Dyer already offer da Vinci.             …

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Innovation Park lab helps start-ups

            SOUTH BEND – Its small size belies its importance to economic development in South Bend. An analytical laboratory only 847 square feet in size is now open in Notre Dame’s Innovation Park.             The lab can be leased by the hour or by the day by businesses. And along with the lab, tenants have …

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Innovators Cafe features WorkingWell

            CROWN POINT – The first Innovators Café of 2011 will feature WorkingWell Occupational Healthcare, the world’s first freestanding occupational health provider to receive International Organization of Standardization certification.             It will be held starting at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 27, at Franciscan Point, the new outpatient health care complex operated by St. Anthony Medical …

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Porter Health focuses on stroke prevention

            VALPARAISO – Porter Health systems is participating in the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get with the Guidelines Stroke Program. It has a goal of improving the quality of care for stroke patients by improving acute stroke treatment and preventing future strokes and cardiovascular illness.             The guidelines of the program address acute stroke …

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