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ADHD and “Time-Blindness”

Asking someone how they sense the passage of time is a bit like asking a goldfish to talk about water. Most of us do it without thinking about it, and we assume that everyone else does the same thing. When people are chronically late or take three times as long as we do in the […]

Hip and Knee Replacement Talk

Learn about: Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery Informative Session Dr. Jeffrey Ginther, an experienced orthopedic surgeon, will discuss cutting-edge techniques that minimize pain associated with joint replacement surgery. Dr. Ginther has performed over 8,000 total joint replacements in his career. Join us for an informative session with Dr. Ginther and discover how to improve your […]

Moves Announcement

In order to better serve our patients and make better use of our clinic space, we will be having some upcoming moves! RMH Health Partners (Formally MSS) to the current Pain Management Building Effective Tuesday, April 9, Medical Specialty Services (MSS) will move from the basement level of the Medical Office Building to the current […]

Ashley McFadden, FNP-C

Education Master of Science in Nursing, IUPUI Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Indiana University East

Dr. Ratzman named ‘Top Doctor’

Every year Indianapolis Monthly publishes a list of the Top Doctors in the capital city. These doctors are chosen by Indiana specialists drawn from dozens of different medical fields. In 2023 Dr. David Ratzman, who practices in both Indianapolis and at Rush Memorial Hospital (RMH) in Rushville, was elected as a Top Doctor in Pain Management. […]

Under-Desk Treadmills Lower Heart Risk

All else being equal, workers who spend most of their days sitting have a 34% higher chance of dying from cardiovascular disease when compared with workers who spend most of their day standing or walking. Occupational Sitting Time, Leisure Physical Activity, and All-Cause and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality | Public Health | JAMA Network Open | […]

The Face of Suicide Deaths

The face of suicide deaths is rarely what we expect. This is as true of demographic groups as it is of the neighbor or friend whose tragic death we mourn. While many people mainly associate suicide with teenagers, this is a misleading stereotype. If suicide had a face, it would more likely be the face […]

When Celebrating isn’t Easy 

As Christmas Day approaches, it’s important to acknowledge that for some people the holiday will be magical and for others it may be challenging and difficult. When attending holiday celebrations, if you have the energy and are so inclined, pay attention to the people around you. If someone is sitting apart, clearly counting the seconds […]

RMH Behavioral and Mental Health Department Finds Opportunities for Service

In August of this year, the staff of Rush Memorial Hospital’s Behavioral and Mental Health Department moved into their new home: the RMH Healthcare Solutions building at 1264 S State Rd 3 in Rushville. A lot has happened in the past three months. Department Director Susan Eakins and her staff have taken full advantage of […]

Rush Memorial Hospital Expands Patient Parking on Grounds of Old “Park” Restaurant

In 2016 Larry Conover moved the Park Restaurant into the building at 1400 N Main St. The building, which was built in 1981, had formerly been the home of two other restaurants: Clancy’s and the Country Cooker. By 2021, when Larry retired, neighboring Rush Memorial Hospital found itself running out of room. 1400 N Main […]