Franciscan Saint Elizabeth Health and Unity Healthcare are partnering with a Delphi employer to open an on-site clinic. Indiana Packers Corporation has about 2,000 employees.
The company hopes to cut down on health care costs by offering the clinic to workers and their dependents, a number that approaches 4,300 people. It will focus on primary care services with preventive screenings and wellness education.
Indiana University Health Arnett is joining the Intersection Connection partnership that aims to improve the lives of area youth. The medical group will open a health clinic at the yet-to-be-built Lafayette Family YMCA facility on the Ivy Tech-Lafayette campus.
IU Health Arnett C.E.O. Al Gatmaitan says having both organizations under one roof has many benefits. Those include cost sharing and transition of medical patients to healthy lifestyle practices offered by the YMCA.
Purdue is reporting a nearly $300 million year of fundraising.
For the fiscal year that ended June 30th, Purdue raised $298.8 million. According to the university, that’s the second highest fundraising total in its history and 32% more than what was raised in the previous fiscal year.
The record for fundraising was during fiscal year 2003, which brought in almost $311.7 million during the “Campaign for Purdue” effort under President Martin Jischke.