Rexanne Udi, Director for Development and Community Wellness for the Schneck Foundation recently spoke at the Scottsburg Kiwanis Club dinner meeting at The Kitchen on The Square. Pictured are from left to right, Kiwanis President Terry Davis, Rexanne Udi and Millie Cooper. Rexanne spoke about the Schneck Medical Center, Healthcare Services, Rehabilitation Center, Cancer Center, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, First Urology, Pulmonology, Outpatient Care and Family Care. Since 1911 the Schneck Medical Center has evolved from a 17 bed hospital to one of the most respected health institutions in the nation. They are one of only four organizations in the nation and the first in Indiana to receive the Baldridge Award, the nation’s highest presidential honor for quality and organizational excellence. They received Magnet recognition for nursing excellence; only seven percent of hospitals nationwide have achieved Magnet status. Of those, Schneck is among only two percent to achieve Magnet recognition three consecutive years. Schneck received the CMS Five Star Rating, the highest possible award for quality of care, customer experience, and value of care received from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services—putting Schneck in the top 2.2% in the nation. In 2016 Schneck had 759 births, 33,673 Emergency Department visits, 5,473 surgical procedures, 199,579 outpatient visits, 2,847 admissions and $1,757,697 in Charity Care. Schneck Rehabilitation offers a wide range of therapy services for patients of all stages of life. The Schneck Cancer Center is accredited with commendation and received the Outstanding Achievement Award by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. It received the Outstanding Contribution to Cancer Control Award from the Indiana Cancer Consortium. Schneck Orthopedics and Sports Medicine is one of the region’s only hospitals to offer anterior hip replacement and Visionair knee replacement. 4 Your Health is Schneck’s employer outpatient care clinic. The clinic’s care approach focuses on a lifestyle medicine model of care. Lifestyle medicine is an evidence-based approach to treating the individual as a whole while encouraging healthy behaviors and focusing on disease reversal and prevention. Schneck’s Medical Center is located in Seymour, Primary Care offices in Seymour and Brownstown, and Family Care in North Vernon, Scottsburg and Salem. The members thanked Rexanne for her informative presentation.