Hancock Stories

Counting Sheep After Hours

Counting Sheep After Hours

Angela Bodell’s idea of stress relief involves a pile of fresh eggs, a flock of sheep, and maybe a few ears of the sweetest sweet corn. So when she finishes her work days in Hancock Health’s human resources department, she doesn’t mind going home to do even more on the family farm. When she…Continue Reading.
Comforting People With Food

Comforting People With Food

Wherever disaster strikes, Ty Hunt wants to be there.   The reason: Ty, the director of nutritional services at Hancock Regional Hospital, volunteers his time and culinary skills to feed the victims of floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, and more. As a part of the non-profit organization Mercy Ch…Continue Reading.
Happy Retirement to Dr. Stephen Flink

Happy Retirement to Dr. Stephen Flink

After serving as both a physician and administrator for Hancock Health, Dr. Stephen Flink is looking forward to spending more time with his grandchildren, pursuing an empty pickleball court, and becoming more deeply involved in Christian ministry when he retires later this month. But looking back…Continue Reading.
Hancock Health Awarded A Rating for Safety

Hancock Health Awarded A Rating for Safety

Greenfield, Ind.—Announced December 14, Hancock Health has received an A rating for hospital safety during the fall 2020 period. This designation demonstrates how the health system prioritizes patient safety, patient responsiveness, and communication with and between doctors and nurses. “We a…Continue Reading.
Christina’s Story

Christina’s Story

According to the American Childhood Cancer Organization, 15,780 children from birth to 19 years old are diagnosed with cancer every year. That is 1 in 285 kids. Globally 300,000 kids are diagnosed each year. Those are crazy big numbers that we do not hear in our media every day. We need more rese…Continue Reading.
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