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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Hancock Regional Wound Care

Stephanie Taylor, MBA, Hancock Regional Hospital’s Center for Wound Healing Program Director, spoke to Kiwanis about the Center's programs and protocols for treatments.   The Wound Care Center has offices in the Greenfield hospital, the McCordsville office and at the Major Hospital in Shelbyville.  The center sees patients who need treatment due surgical, vascular, burns, trauma and skin graft wound issues.  
The Center for Wound Healing is a member of the Healogics network of nearly 800 centers, and provides access to benchmarking data and proven experience treating approximately 2.5 million chronic wounds. The Center for Wound Healing offers highly specialized wound care to patients suffering from non-healing diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, infections and other chronic wounds. Advanced treatments include negative pressure wound therapy, bio-engineered skin substitutes, hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO,) biological and biosynthetic dressings and growth factor therapies.
For more information see or call (317) 468-4920. 

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Dr. Jerry Bergstein

Dr. Jerry Bergstein, a Riley Children's Hospital retired physician specializing in Kidney disorders spoke to Kiwanis about the different problems he saw in children he treated from 1977-2004.  Riley Children's Hospital is one of the major recipient of all Indiana District Kiwanis clubs.  Greenfield Kiwanis annually gives about $5,000 to Riley Hospital.

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Reading with Riley Statue

Barb Roark, Assistant Director of the Hancock County Public Library and Paul Norton of Greenfield Parks & Rec Dept. 

Barb Roark and Paul Norton with the Reading with Riley Project spoke to Kiwanis about the project to place a new statue of James Whitcomb Riley in front of the Riley Boyhood Home in Greenfield,  The project was launched as a collaboration with several community organizations to raise about $40,000 for the statute.  2016 is the centennial of Riley's death and the Indiana Statehood Bi-Centennial.  The statue is being created by noted Indiana Artist Bill Wolfe of Terre Haute.  Wolfe created the Larry Bird statue at Indiana State and the Weir Cook statue at Indianapolis International Airport. 

The Riley Old Home Society, the Hancock Visitors Bureau, and the Hancock Tourism Commission made substantial gifts to the project.  Funds are still required to complete the stature so that is can be featured at the Riley Festival in October,  If you are interested in this project information can be found at or a check made payable to HCCF Reading with Riley Statue can be sent to the Hancock County Community Foundation, 312 East Main Street, Greenfield, Indiana 46140.

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Greenfield Kiwanians perform service projects to help people and organizations. We also perform service projects to raise funds to support Riley Children's Hospital and many local charities.