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Old 01-24-2011, 5:50 AM
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Default Hospital and Helo Name change!

Clarian Health now becomes IU Health. This also affects Riley has already changed it's sign and Lifeline Helicopter has been repainted to IU colors and IU Lifeline. The new name will be dedicated today at a ceremony.

Clarian Health adopts a new identity - 13 WTHR

Guess we need to update some names in our scanners.

** I do like the paintjob on Lifeline
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Old 01-24-2011, 7:45 AM
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Westview hospital on the Indianapolis NW side at 38Th and Guion Road is being sold to Community Hospital.Westview Hospital's new name will be Community West.Tim DeLong W9NES/ GMRS KAF3207/**Monitoring all of Metro Indianapolis/Marion County and Central Indiana and The World from**The Northwest Communications Center**
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I'M SO CONFUSED.....
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:52 AM
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Lifeline is still Lifeline.Clarian Health System which includes all the hospitals under the Clarian umbrella are now IU Health.They also have had new commericals on the tv today 1-24-2011 Monday to reflect the new changes.
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Tim, please use punctuation.
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Adam, Thank You but there was nothing wrong.

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I'M SO CONFUSED.....
Whats so confusing? If it's Methodist just add IU Methodist, IU Riley, Clarion Health offices become IU Health and Lifeline becomes IU Lifeline. It aint rocket science. Methodist has pretty much been IU for years anyway. I have to say it's one of the best hospitals I have been in.
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Westview hospital on the Indianapolis NW side at 38Th and Guion Road is being sold to Community Hospital.Westview Hospital's new name will be Community West.Tim DeLong W9NES/ GMRS KAF3207/**Monitoring all of Metro Indianapolis/Marion County and Central Indiana and The World from**The Northwest Communications Center**
Tim, just a thought here, maybe you could put:

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Whats so confusing? If it's Methodist just add IU Methodist, IU Riley, Clarion Health offices become IU Health and Lifeline becomes IU Lifeline. It aint rocket science. Methodist has pretty much been IU for years anyway. I have to say it's one of the best hospitals I have been in.
But, it's almost as confusing and what name is my bank this week.....
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But, it's almost as confusing and what name is my bank this week.....
Banks are another story.....at least hospitals have around 10 years between changes.....a bank can change names 5 times in 10 seconds!
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It is confusing for me when hospitals do not change names. I believe St. Johns in Anderson is actually St. Vincent who is owned by ???????? (can't think of the name right now)
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You are CORRECT!!!! St.Johns Hospital in Anderson is under St.Vincents. St.Vincents has hospitals now all across the State of Indaina. Clinton County Hospital in Frankfort is now St.Vincent's Hospital Frankfort
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I just saw an ambulance on a run in Bloomington today, and did a double take - looked like some combination of a fire rescue truck and a hearse. Turns out BHAS ambulances are now "IU Health Emergency Medical Transport Service". Not sure if all of the trucks have the new paint job. I found this on the web - see the last picture. Bloomington Hospital Now IU Health Bloomington Hospital | News - Indiana Public Media

So I suppose technically BHAS is no more - although it's still the ambulance service for (IU Health) Bloomington Hospital I think

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It is confusing for me when hospitals do not change names. I believe St. Johns in Anderson is actually St. Vincent who is owned by ???????? (can't think of the name right now)
St.Vincent is a member of Ascension Health, the nationís largest not-for-profit Catholic Healthcare System. Our hospital system is the stateís largest healthcare employer, with 20 health ministries serving 46 counties in central Indiana.

St.Vincent Health is dedicated to the Spirit of Caring, guided by core values that reflect our commitment to quality, compassion and affordability in healthcare. Throughout St.Vincent Health, the ageless mission of St.Vincent de Paul remains unchanged: to minister to the bodies, minds and spirits of those in need.

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Thank You bamx 2 for your post>>.A member of my family is employed by St.Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
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I just saw an ambulance on a run in Bloomington today, and did a double take - looked like some combination of a fire rescue truck and a hearse. Turns out BHAS ambulances are now "IU Health Emergency Medical Transport Service". Not sure if all of the trucks have the new paint job. I found this on the web - see the last picture. Bloomington Hospital Now IU Health Bloomington Hospital | News - Indiana Public Media

So I suppose technically BHAS is no more - although it's still the ambulance service for (IU Health) Bloomington Hospital I think

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There was one at St V the other day but I can't remember if it was Carmel or 86th
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I'm old enough to remember when ambulances WERE hearses!

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I just saw an ambulance on a run in Bloomington today, and did a double take - looked like some combination of a fire rescue truck and a hearse. Turns out BHAS ambulances are now "IU Health Emergency Medical Transport Service". Not sure if all of the trucks have the new paint job. I found this on the web - see the last picture. Bloomington Hospital Now IU Health Bloomington Hospital | News - Indiana Public Media

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yes, that and the iceman brought ice for the icebook.(horse drawn)
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I'm old enough to remember when ambulances WERE hearses!
I'm old enough to remember when ambulances were pulled by HORSES!
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