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The Lily Pad, 03.28.22

March 28, 2022

Monday Motivation

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”

Winston Churchill 

Running on Girl Power

 

To Jenn Wells, a big part of making health possible is encouraging a new generation of women to be their best selves. She’s doing that by working as a volunteer counselor and coach for Girls on the Run, a national program aimed at strengthening the confidence of young women. Watch this video and see one of the ways Jenn, Hancock Health’s director of marketing and business development, stays busy when she’s not in her office at Hancock Regional Hospital.

Making Health Possible

Speaking of women, our health and lifestyle site, HealthPossible.org, has plenty of great women’s health advice and tips. Check out some of them in the links below and visit HealthPossible.org for more. 

Thought about your ticker today? Maybe you should.

Hungry? Eat like a woman.

Got questions about women’s care? Start a conversation with us.

Which Surgeons Advice Should You Follow? 

Dr. Wil Adams, of Hancock Orthopedics, expertly answered that question for our surgical site, HancockSurgery.com. One tip is to go with your instincts, he said. Get the rest of his advice here.

Hank’s Dad Joke of the Week

Patient: Doctor, my fingers hurt. Do you think I should file my nails?

Doctor: No. Just throw them away.

Five Steps to Becoming Your Own Healthcare HeroHancock Health Covid 19 Update 04/12/2022

We Make Health Possible

As East Central Indiana’s population grows, we’re putting health care where people need it most. Besides Hancock Regional Hospital, ranked as one of the nation’s safest by the Lown Hospital Index, our network includes more than 30 other locations near your home or work.

Learn More about Hancock