Community, Health, Orthopedics, Rehabilitation

Rediscovering the joy of running after knee surgery

A year after knee surgery, David Sutter has his eyes on the calendar. His target? The CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Half Marathon this November, a 13.1-mile race that winds through a variety of downtown neighborhoods. “I would love to run in that event,” David said following his surgery and physical therapy in 2023. “My last…

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Community, Home Health & Hospice, Hospice

Hospice: Living and sharing time on their own terms

Creating an environment in which patients and family members can develop a personalized support plan with their medical providers is one of the most rewarding aspects of hospice care. Every patient’s and family’s situation is different, and family members often need as much support as patients. “They didn’t just take care of Mom, they took…

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Careers, Norton KDH Team

For Sharon Meier Harker, her passion is helping people

For more than four decades, Sharon Meier Harker has dedicated her professional and personal life to helping others.  Simply put, it’s part of who she is. “My passion is working with people,” Sharon said. “I like caring for people.  God made us to connect with people and help them.” Sharon arrived at what is now…

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Community, Health

Safe Haven: Nola is a smiling success story

Today, Nola is all smiles, a healthy, happy five-year-old, loved by her adoptive family. Nola is also a shining example of why Safe Haven Baby Boxes are so important.  Five years ago, she was one of the first infants surrendered anonymously by her birth mother.  Nola is one of 24 Hoosier babies rescued via Safe…

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Norton KDH Team, Nursing

For Rhonda Bruther, a lifetime of nursing has always been centered on patient care

When asked about her nearly 46 years in nursing, Rhonda Bruther smiled and then teared up a bit.  If you know Rhonda, her reaction is not surprising.  A patient advocate at heart, she remains a pillar of strength and love for those who entrust her with their care. “I love being a patient advocate,” Rhonda…

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Dr. Paul Rosenberg loves giving back as a volunteer

Following a distinguished 31-year career as an orthopedic surgeon with King’s Daughters’ Health, Dr. Paul Rosenberg retired with a few goals in mind.  One of those goals: volunteering at least one day a week for the organization he served as a physician. Put a checkmark in the box.  Mission accomplished. “I enjoy working with people,”…

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Careers, Health, Nutrition

Sierra Rogers cherishes her life in Nutrition Services

When Sierra Rogers talks about her life’s work, her face brightens like a kid in a candy store.  Her eyes sparkle.  She exudes enthusiasm in a way that connects with people.  Her energy and positivity reflect someone truly connected to a purpose. “What I enjoy most is the people,” Sierra says of her 37-year career…

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Maternal & Child Health, Women's Health

Indiana Hospital Association recognizes Norton KDH with INspire award for infant and maternal health

Norton King’s Daughters’ Health was recognized by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Lindsay Weaver, M.D., FACEP, for its commitment to infant and maternal health during the fourth annual INspire Hospital of Distinction recognition program. INspire, funded by the Indiana Department of Health’s Safety PIN…

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Cardiac Rehab, Cardiology, Cardiopulmonary Rehab, Norton KDH Team, Pulmonary Rehab

Cardiopulmonary rehab team creates fun environment to help patients reach their goals

Spend a little time with Jared Rogers and Nancy Gibson and you learn one thing very quickly: they like to smile and have fun.  Their natural exuberance helps cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation patients thrive at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health. “We work on creating an environment that people enjoy,” Jared said. “Helping people find success is…

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Health, Nutrition, Wellness

Resisting Winter Weight Gain

Winter brings shorter days and colder weather. It can also bring on unwanted weight gain. To escape the cold without picking up extra pounds, use these tips from Heather Foy, Wellness Coordinator at Norton King’s Daughters’ Health. Track your poundage If you typically avoid the scale, Heather suggests weighing yourself every week. This helps you…

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