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It Takes Us All…

You are important to Beacon and patient care. It takes each and every Beacon associate working together to ensure our patients receive the best care. Think about all the different job classifications within Beacon. While...

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Welcome Dr. Ramiah

Satya Ramiah, DO Neurohospitalist Dr. Ramiah received his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. He completed his internship and neurology residency at Garden City Osteopathic...

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February Doc You Rock

Scott Eshowsky, MD Beacon Health System’s Chief Medical Information Officer Family Medicine Dr. Eshowsky, a family-medicine physician and Beacon Medical Group’s Chief Medical Information Officer, is described by staff and...

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Hey Doc, You Rock

Brion Shin, MD Elkhart General Hospital Radiation Oncology From the moment he walks into the office every day, Elkhart General Radiation Oncologist Dr. Brion Shin makes every effort to provide the very best patient care. “Dr....

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Learning is in Session!

You can sign up today for Beacon Academy classes that offer associates and managers the opportunity to learn, grow and develop through enrollment in leadership development curriculums in over 50 courses. Associates can find the...

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Hey Doc, You Rock!

Mark Thompson, MD | General Surgery Bedside manner can make all the difference between a positive and a negative experience for a patient. Dr. Mark Thompson is revered by patients and staff alike for demonstrating a bedside...

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Welcome New Physicians

Dr. Lopez received his bachelor of science degree at Stanford University and medical degree at the UCLA School of Medicine in Los Angeles, California. He completed his neurology residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in...

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Be a Beacon Tip of the Month

Being happy is a choice, and when you choose it at the start of your day, you get to decide what kind of day you will have. Help yourself choose to be happy by incorporating some of these things into your daily routine: • Think...

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When the Wacky Happens

As we enter the New Year, so too comes the unpredictability of a Michiana winter. It’s important that we ensure a safe environment for staff and patients, especially when unforeseen adverse events make it difficult to maintain...

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