Margaret Mary Health
Why Margaret Mary Health?
Incredible Things are Happening Here
At Margaret Mary Health, we pride ourselves on our incredible care and incredible staff.
But what's truly incredible are the families we serve and the special moments you allow us to be a part of every day.
When a mother holds her baby for the first time. When a cancer survivor finishes her last round of chemo. When a rehab patient takes his first steps after a knee replacement.
Regardless of where you are in your journey, we are honored when you choose us for your care. Because at the end of the day, it's not about us. It's about you and those incredible life moments that matter most.
Incredible moments ... Incredible outcomes ... Incredible things are happening here.
In the fall of 2013, Tom Glaser of Batesville was out for his usual run when he started experiencing numbness in his arms and suddenly collapsed on the ground. Fortunately, he was able to regain enough strength to make it to a nearby home and call his wife, Susan. Within minutes, Susan arrived and rushed Tom to Margaret Mary Health’s Emergency Services Department where he was told he was having a massive heart attack.
When you’re a farmer, not being able to use your arm poses some serious challenges. Just ask Howard ‘Bud’ Meyer, 77, of Greensburg. Last spring, the daily wear and tear of a lifetime of farming took its toll on Bud’s right shoulder, leaving him in need of rotator cuff repair. After undergoing surgery with Dr. Andrew Islam, Bud soon started therapy at Margaret Mary’s Outpatient Rehab Center.
When it comes to yearly mammograms, Karen Enzinger, 53, of Batesville doesn’t hesitate to speak of their importance. Last summer, her annual screening helped detect Stage I breast cancer. Following a lumpectomy, she spent the next six months receiving chemo and then radiation therapy at Margaret Mary’s Cancer Center. Now finished with treatment, Karen feels great and is enjoying life as a new grandma to grandson, Easton (pictured).
With dangerously low amniotic fluid, Amber Hofer of Batesville was scheduled to induce her baby boy on Oct. 28, two weeks early. During her delivery, her labor didn’t progress, and Amber was told she needed an emergency C-section. Located within the maternity unit, the C-section suite is equipped to handle an emergency without having to transfer to another part of the hospital.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits to practicing medicine in Indiana?
Indiana has an efficient licensing process; typically taking 90 days or less. The AMA has designated Indiana as one of the nation’s top “physician friendly” states due to its favorable malpractice status and Indiana has a reasonable cost of living and is a great place to raise a family.
What are the steps in the recruiting process?
After your initial contact one of the SHO recruiters will review your experience and interest and will speak to you in more detail about the opportunity and best understand your ideal practice setting. The recruiter will discuss the best match for your qualifications and make the right connections for you with medical staff and hospital leadership. The recruiter will work closely to help you connect with only the positions that are a good match for your career planning.
Margaret Mary Health wants every patient to have a positive experience. The Customer Service Liaison works with your healthcare team to enhance your hospital stay and resolve any problems that may arise. Each day, our Customer Service Liaison makes regular visits to inpatient rooms to determine our patients’ satisfaction with hospital care and services, including nursing, tests, meals and room cleanliness. You may contact the Customer Service Liaison during regular business hours by calling (812) 933-5269. On weekends and holidays, please contact the nursing supervisor with concerns.