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Hospitals in Shelbyville, IN
150 W Washington St
Interventional Pain Care In recent years there has been a greater awareness and understanding of chronic pain as well as an increase in services to effectively control it. Persistent pain, whatever its origin, can have a debilitating effect on a person's life. The emotional frustrations associated with pain can be as devastating as the physical discomfort. Major Hospital is committed to making sure patients are as comfortable as possible. Once referred to one of our highly trained pain management specialists, a comprehensive evaluation of the patient's chronic pain issues is conducted and a treatment plan is developed. The plan may include various pharmacological and other techniques including: epidural block joint injections nerve and trigger point blocks implantable pumps nerve stimulators.
2.Rush Memorial Hospital
1300 N Main St
The first hospital in Rushville was a private hospital built by Dr. John Sexton in 1892. It was built on Fifth Street on a lot adjacent to the Sexton Home at Fifth and Main Street. The hospital was one of the first in southern Indiana and was the only hospital between Hamilton, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1902, this small private hospital was replaced with a two-story building on the same location. When Dr. Sexton retired in 1929, he sold the building to the city. Upon his return from military service, Dr. Frank Green, Sr., opened a six-bed hospital in 1919, above the office which he shared with his brother, Dr. Charles Green, DDS. In 1944, during World War II, the Green Hospital closed. The present Rush Memorial Hospital was opened in 1950. This limestone building included 52 beds and 16 bassinets. In 1971, the hospital completed an expansion project that consisted of an emergency department, modernized ancillary service areas, and a kitchen.
3.Johnson Memorial Hospital
1125 W Jefferson St
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Founded in 1964, Miller's Merry Manor is a full-service nursing care center. In addition to home health services and podiatry and hospice care, it provides subacute and posthospital treatment that includes assisted living, skilled nursing, and physical, occupational and speech therapies. The center offers hygiene assistance, restorative rehabilitation, housekeeping, transportation, ancillary services, and Alzheimer s and dementia care. Miller's Merry Manor provides early intervention, camping and recreational activities, as well as custodial services, long- and short-term care, drug and alcohol control management, and assisted, independent and retirement options. The center operates more than 10 nursing care facilities in the state of Indiana. It maintains a location in Garrett, Ind.
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