This article first appeared in the Rushville Republican on July 19, 2019 Chris Sullivan, a surgical nurse at Rush Memorial Hospital, has always been a dog lover. When her son was very sick in infancy, a beautiful Great White Pyrenees came to visit Chris and her husband at Riley’s Children’s […]
This article was first published in the Rushville Republican on July 9, 2019. The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) had its annual “Day on the Hill” on April 10. Two hundred and forty volunteer members from around the nation converged on Washington D.C. to meet with senators and […]
This article first appeared in the Rushville Republican on March 12, 2019. For the past several years, Greg Pratt, Director of Pharmacy, Whitney Owens, Director of Walk In Care, Ashley Snapp, nurse and Manager of Clinical Services, have been at the forefront of an immunization initiative at Rush Memorial Hospital. […]
This article first appeared in the Rushville Republican on January 4, 2019. As part of an effort to attract and retain more nurses through the year 2020, Rush Memorial Hospital administration worked closely with state and federal officials to secure benefits, such as a student loan repayment. This federally designated […]
(Rushville, IN) – Rush Memorial Hospital—The newly opened Rush ENT clinic, staffed by board certified Otolaryngologists (ENTs) Drs. Allison & Mark Royer, MD, offers a wide range of innovative, FDA approved procedures to help patients find sinus relief. Recently, the Drs. Royer performed the first Image-guided balloon sinuplasty surgery in […]
Hospitals and health systems rely on CIOs and IT department leaders to develop a long-term technology strategy and oversee EMR (electronic medical record) implementation and support, telehealth, health information exchanges, cybersecurity and more. Those who lead a community hospital or health system’s IT department and functions face unique challenges in […]
Kathy Newkirk recently retired from the Rush Memorial Hospital Surgery Department. After over 43 years of dedicated service, Kathy retired as director of the department. Over the years she has been very instrumental in the growth and expansion of the department. We wish her the very best!