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Date Title
4/22/2015 Donors, Recipients and Supporters Join Hands at Lutheran Hospital to Celebrate the Gift of Life
4/7/2015 Lutheran Hospital Raises Awareness of National Healthcare Decisions Day
3/30/2015 Lutheran Hospital hosting spring career fair for medical professionals April 9
3/26/2015 Lutheran Health Network recognizes local employees of the year
3/19/2015 Dupont Hospital invests $4.2 million to renovate outpatient surgery center
3/11/2015 Cath Lab Upgrade Underway for St. Joseph Hospital – Reinvesting $2.1 Million in Downtown Facility
3/5/2015 Bluffton Physician Services Announces New Providers at Markle Medical Center’s Warren Location
3/4/2015 Dupont Again Named One of the Nation's 100 Top Hospitals
3/4/2015 Shared Services Center on pace to add more than 200 new jobs in the next year
2/23/2015 LUTHERAN HOSPITAL LEADERS TO CO-CHAIR GO RED FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN
2/23/2015 Advancements in Blood Clot Removal Technology Saves a Patient’s Life without Open Heart Surgery
2/3/2015 Lutheran Health Network Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive with a Contribution to The Rescue Mission
2/3/2015 Lutheran Health Network Invites Patients to “Tell Us You’re Coming” Prior to Emergency and Urgent Care Visits
1/19/2015 St. Joseph Regional Burn Center Continues to Champion Awareness as it Begins its Fifth Decade of Service
1/16/2015 Depot Contributors at Lutheran Children’s Hospital Tops in the State for Human Milk Donations

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