Beginning this October, Community Westview Hospital, Indiana’s only osteopathic hospital will launch a network television campaign featuring several prominent osteopathic physicians, including Paul Evans, DO, vice president and founding dean of Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.
The campaign promotes the core beliefs of osteopathic medicine: preventing illness and promoting a lifetime of good health.
“Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine is proud to work with the doctors of Community Westview Hospital. Their whole-body approach to healing is consistent with the university’s principles. We appreciate Community Westview Hospital’s dedication to patient care and its commitment to our new medical school,” Dr. Evans said. Community Westview Hospital is an affiliate of Community Health Network.
Community Health Network has been instrumental in the creation of Marian University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, pledging $5 million toward building the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences. The Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences, which will house the new medical school and the School of Nursing, is a $47 million construction project scheduled to open in the summer of 2013. Both medical and nursing students will train together in the building and share the simulation lab space. The building is part of a larger $152 million health and life sciences initiative on campus.
About Community Westview Hospital
Community Westview Hospital, central Indiana’s only osteopathic hospital, is a full-service medical and surgical hospital with a 24-hour emergency room and state-of-the-art treatment facilities. It is a different kind of hospital that understands good health is not just the absence of disease. Its osteopathic philosophy of care means its doctors treat patients as a whole person and assess their entire lifestyle. Diagnosis, care, and treatment at Community Westview Hospital will reflect this approach.