Inside Carroll Hospital

Welcome to Inside Carroll Hospital, featuring posts that will introduce you to the people, places and events that make our hospital the heart of health care in our communities.

Ellen Finnerty Myers Leaves a Legacy of Transformational Leadership

For more than two decades, Ellen Finnerty Myers has helped countless donors build their legacies within the Carroll Hospital community ...
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Carroll Hospital Foundation Awards $21,500 in Scholarships to Local Students

When Joy Goodie decided to change her career from being a behavioral health consultant in Carroll Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) ...
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Portrait of a Leader

Garrett Hoover shares his family’s philosophy on philanthropy—and how he found a kindred community when he came to Carroll Hospital ...
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Enhancing the Patient Dining Experience

A message from Garrett Hoover, Carroll Hospital President and COO: As president and COO of Carroll Hospital, we strive to ...
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Carroll Hospital Farmers Market Starts June 17

The annual Carroll Hospital Farmers Market returns Thursday next week to bring fresh produce and delicious treats for the community ...
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Carroll Hospital Health Chat: Advance Care Planning

On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, Joanna Van Eckenhorn discusses the importance of advance care planning. If you need assistance ...
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Garrett Hoover: New Critical Care Unit Opens

During the end of March, we moved our first patients to our newly constructed critical care unit. When I recently ...
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The Importance of Advance Care Planning

If you were incapacitated or seriously ill, do you know what lifesaving measures you would want or who would make ...
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Building on a Legacy of the Highest Quality Care

Ask anyone in the Carroll Hospital community, and they’ll tell you that the heart of the hospital is its people ...
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Garrett Hoover: COVID-19, One Year Later

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a year since COVID-19 came into our lives. To say that it ...
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