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Landsbaum Center

Landsbaum Center for Health Education

The Landsbaum Center for Health Education provides educational facilities to second-year medical students from the Terre Haute Center for Medical Education, Indiana State University College of Nursing students, and resident-physicians in Union Hospital's Family Medicine Residency Program. Located on the Union Hospital more


Valley Professionals Community Health Center

Community members, with help from Union Hospital's Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health and Union Hospital Clinton (formerly West Central Community Hospital), successfully completed a Federal grant application to the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), that was approved for more


Clay City Center for Family Medicine

Clay City Center for Family Medicine is a federally-designated rural health clinic and training center for health care providers.  The cornerstone of the Rural Training Track is the Clay City Center for Family Medicine (CCCFM). The CCCFM houses a model rural family practice, which brings needed medical services to the community (approx. 5,000 patients), as well as provides medical students and family medicine more

PATIENT PORTAL was the first patient portal launched the Wabash Valley in 2007 to empower patients and provide them with the convenience of online connectivity to be able to request electronic visits (e-visits) and submit non-urgent medical questions to their provider as well as schedule medical appointments, refill prescriptions, and check on completed laboratory tests from the comfort of their home or other non-clinic more

Wabash Valley Rural Telehealth Network (WVRTN)



In 2010, the Lugar Center created the Wabash Valley Rural Telehealth Network (WVRTN) an Integrated Rural Health Network (IRHN) to promote quality, innovative, and cost-effective care strategies through collaborative partnerships with multiple independent health organizations in west-central and southern Indiana, east-central Illinois, and northern Kentucky. Beginning with tele-behavioral health in 2007, the WVRTN’s annual telemedicine consult volume has grown from 92 to nearly 6,000 over 30 sites...Read More



Prenatal Substance Use Prevention Program

The goal of PSUPP is the Prevention of poor birth outcomes, by assuring that babies born in Indiana are born to women who decrease or eliminate alcohol, toabacco, and other drug use during pregnancy. It was based on the premise that Indiana data indicate poor pregnancy outcomes due to maternal use of alcohol, tobacco, and more


Access to Recovery

Access to Recovery, or ATR, is a federally-funded program that provides clients with access to services that can help them break free from their use of alcohol and other drugs. These services include traditional clinical treatment services, as well as alternative recovery support services that have not been traditionally funded in the more

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