Health & Prosperity

McKimmie, Kathy
January 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan2005, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p27
The article focuses on contributions made by Indiana hospitals to the state's economy. Employees in leadership roles are asked, required, in fact, to be very involved with their communities and its organizations. A 2003 survey by the American Hospital Association included 115 full-service hospitals and hospital-owned nursing units in Indiana. Displaced workers from manufacturing jobs can enter into a decent paying entry-level job in health care with a two-year degree. Lutheran Health Network includes seven hospitals in Northeast Indiana, the largest being Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne.


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