Dr. William Cooke is Named Physician of the Year PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 26 July 2016 10:41

 

Physician of the Year! Dr. William Cooke with Foundations Family Medicine in Austin, was awarded by Indiana Academy of Family Physicians at a conference at French Lick, as Physician of the Year, due to his continuum of practicing good health to citizens of Indiana.

Dr. Will Cooke was born and raised in Southern Indiana. When accepted to attend IU School of Medicine, he knew he wanted to provide care in an underserved rural community in Indiana. He was awarded the Primary Care Scholarship for his commitment to serving the impoverished. He graduated with honors in 2001 and within a few months started his Family Residency training at Ball Memorial Family Medicine Residence in Muncie, IN.

While in Muncie, he was recognized nationally for his work with patient education by being selected as a National Patient Education Scholar. He also developed and implemented an OB fellowship at his residency allowing him to be trained in high-risk obstetrics and C-sections.

He has many advanced procedural skills including but not limited to: colonoscopy, EGD, postpartum tubal ligation, LEEP, and vasectomy. He has been recognized by the State of Indiana with several awards including the "Star Performer" award for providing quality care. He is nationally recognized by the National Rural Institute on Alcohol & Drug Abuse with the Harold E. Hughes Exceptional Community Program Award. More recently, he was selected as a clinical scholar by the Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center. He is an outspoken leader, speaker, and defender of rural healthcare.

Board Certified in Family Medicine, he is a specialist in the comprehensive treatment of complete families. He has worked hard to develop a team approach to offer a full spectrum of the highest quality medical care possible.

From Telehealth technology to mobile outreach clinics and developing unique collaborations, Dr. Cooke has been at the forefront of innovative approaches to tackle the unique challenges of serving a rural community with limited resources.

 
Alleged actions and comments by Lexington man defined as sexual battery, intimidation PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 July 2016 10:08

A Lexington man has found himself the defendant in two recently-filed criminal cases in Scott Superior Court.

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Passenger accused of choking woman giving him a car ride and grabbing jewelry PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 July 2016 10:08

Officers with the Scottsburg police and the Sheriff’s Department quickly reacted to a report on July 11 of a man who allegedly choked a woman and stole jewelry from her.

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Crothersville Community School Registration is Thursday, July 21 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 19 July 2016 14:30

Crothersville Community School Registration is Thursday, July 21
The students at Crothersville Community School will hold their registration for kindergarten through the twelfth grade on Thursday, July 21, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The registration will take place at Crothersville High School. For additional information please call the school at 1-812-793-2051 for the junior-senior high school and 1-812-793-2622.
Classes will begin for students Tuesday, August 2.

 
Grace Christian Academy Registering K-12 New Students PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 19 July 2016 14:29

Grace Christian Academy is now accepting new students from kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Those interested in registering their children may call 1-812-752-5491. Classes begin July 27.
The school is located at 1525 North Gardner Street (U.S. 31) in Scottsburg.

 
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