Union Hospital In the News

  1. CareSource and Union Health have reached an agreement to provide quality access to health care for west central and Indiana CareSource members. Beginning in January 2018 Union Health will accept CareSource Marketplace members seeking health care and physician services.

    The agreement gives CareSource Medicaid and now Marketplace members’ access to a wide variety of services at Union Hospital and Union Medical Group (formerly UAP Clinic and Union Hospital Medical Group).

  2. Terre Haute, IN--Union Hospital’s trauma center has been verified as a Level III Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS). As the first verified trauma center in the Terre Haute area, this achievement recognizes Union Hospital’s dedication to providing optimal care for injured patients.

    Steve Holman, CEO of Union Health is proud of the work that went into the verification. “This major milestone in Union Hospital’s history comes as a result of dedicated effort and planning that stretches back to mid-July of 2011. Due to countless hours of work by a team dedicated to improving patient care within our community, we are celebrating this great achievement today.”

    As a verified trauma center, the care extends past the Emergency Department and into other parts of the hospital.  “The quality of care at every point is monitored. The surgical response, the operating room response, the blood bank resources, the ICU, post-op follow up. Everything is being specifically reviewed as part of the trauma service,” shared Dr. Mark Lynch, Trauma Medical Director.
    Union Hospital is proud to bring continued medical treatment, techniques and services to the Wabash Valley and we are proud of this milestone for our patients.

  3. Union Hospital is one of five organizations nationwide named as a national leader in driving employee engagement

    Terre Haute, IN - April 24, 2017 Union Hospital has been awarded The Advisory Board Company’s 2017 Workplace Transformation Award. The national award recognizes hospitals and health systems that have made a transformational change in their employee engagement.

    Engaged employees are those who exhibit both loyalty and commitment to the organization. These employees are willing to go above and beyond to help their organization succeed. The award recognizes Union Hospital’s commitment to creating a best-in-class work environment for its employees.

    “This award highlights the efforts we take to make sure the voice of each employee is heard,” said Steve Holman, CEO of Union Health. “Some of the best ideas for improvement have come from our employees. We value their ideas as well as the tremendous talent each person brings to the organization.”

    “Our award winners have demonstrated an impressive ability to inspire an increasing level of engagement in their staff – which are among the largest transformations across the country,” shared Steven Berkow, Executive Director, Survey Solutions at The Advisory Board Company.

  4. New Relationship to Improve Local Accessibility to Highly-Skilled Emergency Room Physicians

    Union Hospital, the Wabash Valley’s largest hospital and home to west-central Indiana’s highest-volume emergency department (ED), today announced a collaboration with Indiana University Health to improve local accessibility to highly-skilled emergency room physicians. The collaboration involves physician staffing of Union Hospital’s emergency department by IU Health – which begins on February 14, 2017.

    Union Hospital – like many other hospitals across Indiana and the US – has utilized an emergency room physician management company for a number of years. Unlike in prior years, however, IU Health is the new partner of choice.

    According to Steve Holman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Union Health and Union Hospital, “Union Hospital’s mission is to provide compassionate care of the highest quality to our community.  This collaboration with IU Health will further our mission by ensuring that patients in our emergency departments receive the best care possible.” Holman adds, “Our emergency department has worked very collaboratively with IU Health for the care of trauma patients for years, this enhancement of that emergency department relationship ensures an even stronger continuity of care between the two organizations for our patients.”

  5. On Friday, Feb. 3, in celebration of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Day, Union Health welcomed over 200 guests to the beautiful Union Hospital atrium for the second annual High Tea for the Heart event – an afternoon of food, fashion, fun and most importantly education in support of women's heart health. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women nationally and within the state of Indiana – and is a key health priority for the Wabash Valley. Union Health created the “High Tea for the Heart” event in 2016 as an annual reminder to the women throughout the Wabash Valley of the importance of prioritizing their heart health.