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Floyd Memorial Joins INHEN 2.0, Statewide Hospital Engagement Network

As part of a coordinated effort, Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services has partnered with the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) and nearly 100 other Indiana hospitals on a statewide patient safety improvement program entitled Indiana Hospital Engagement Network 2.0 (INHEN 2.0). INHEN 2.0 is part of the second American Hospital Association/Health Research & Educational Trust [...]

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Floyd Memorial to Provide HIP 2.0 Enrollment Assistance February 2

Floyd Memorial is dedicated to being there for the community for every step of their healthcare journey – even with the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0).  The HIP 2.0 program expands coverage to all eligible Hoosiers ages 19 – 64 with income up to approximately 138 percent of the federal poverty level, who are not eligible [...]

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Floyd Memorial Urgent Care Centers Now Offering Extended Hours

In order to accommodate the needs and schedules of its patients, Floyd Memorial is now offering extended hours at both urgent care center locations: 5130 Charlestown Rd., #2, New Albany and 800 Highlander Point Dr., #103, Floyds Knobs. The new office hours are 8 am – 8 pm, 7 days/week. Visit FloydMemorial.com for more information.

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Stan Schooler, MD, Received Sports Medicine Team Physician of the Year Award

The Indiana Athletic Trainers Association’s fall meeting was held Sunday, November 1, and Floyd Memorial emergency medicine and sports medicine physician, Stan Schooler, MD, was selected as the recipient of the Indiana State Medical Association’s Committee on Sports Medicine’s 2015 Team Physician of the Year Award. This award is granted to a physician who has [...]

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Floyd Memorial Engages H2C in Their Strategic Partnership Search

On July 28, 2015, during the Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services Board of Trustees’ normal monthly meeting, the Board voted in favor of engaging Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (H2C), a strategic advisory and investment banking firm headquartered in New York, to lead them in their strategic partnership search. Floyd Memorial’s executive team and the [...]

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Free Smoking Cessation Class Series Begins August 27

Are you ready to stop smoking? Floyd Memorial Hospital and the Floyd County Tobacco Cessation Coalition are offering a free 13-week Cooper Clayton Method for Smoking Cessation class series beginning Thursdays, August 27 through November 19 from 5 to 6 pm at the Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana. The Cooper Clayton Method is a [...]

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Floyd Memorial Recognized for Excellence in Healthcare by Professional Research Consultants

New Albany, Ind. – Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Service’s Cardiovascular Care Unit and Interventional Cardiology unit has been recognized as a 5-Star Excellence Award winner in inpatient services for patient experience by national healthcare research leader Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC). The award was presented during PRC’s 2015 Excellence in Healthcare Conference in Scottsdale, [...]

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Floyd Memorial Enters Partnership with KCTL for Ground Breaking Clinical Trials

New Albany, Ind. – Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services and the Kentucky Clinical Trials Laboratory (KCTL), LLC have recently formed a new partnership allowing for new state-of-art trials to also be conducted at Floyd Memorial.  KCTL is a CLIA-certified laboratory and a clinical trials organization, which undertakes both national and international trials in Kentuckiana. It [...]

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Floyd Memorial Receives Excellence Award for Supply Chain Management from VHA Inc.

New Albany, IN – Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services recently received an Excellence Award from VHA Inc., the national healthcare network. The award recognizes Floyd Memorial for documenting one of the highest levels of improvement in cost performance for physician preference items within the VHA alliance. The award was presented on Thursday, May 14, [...]

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Patient Safety Findings Show Reduced Harm, Fewer Readmissions at Floyd Memorial

New Albany, Ind. – The results are in after a three-year campaign to prevent harm and reduce readmissions for hospital patients across the nation, and participating Indiana hospitals such as Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services are showing significant progress. The new findings come just as hospitals around the country celebrate National Hospital Week beginning May 10 [...]

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