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Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health Maternity and Newborn Health – Virtual Tour

Join us for an ISHE webinar and virtual tour online on September 23rd from noon – 1:00 p.m. This event has been approved by ASHE for 1 CEC. Riley Children’s Health maternity tower will house the largest number of neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) beds in Indiana and among the largest in the country. Four […]


ASHE Again Recognizes ISHE With Platinum Status

We are proud to announce that ASHE has again awarded the Indiana Society for Healthcare Engineering (ISHE) with Platinum chapter status. This continues an unbroken multi-year track record of ISHE being recognized at the top level of ASHE chapters. Congratulations to current President Don Page (pictured), Past President Vic DeTienne, and the entire ISHE Board […]


Tim Adams Awarded ASHE Crystal Eagle

Congratulations to our own Tim Adams for winning ASHE’s most coveted award for extraordinary dedication and selfless service to ASHE and our industry: the Crystal Eagle.


Linear Accelerator Replacement at St. Vincent Evansville Cancer Center and Good Samaritan

Recording available in the ISHE Educational Materials member-only area.  ISHE’s presentation spotlighted two recently completed Linear Accelerator replacement projects. One was located at the St. Vincent Evansville Cancer Center and the other was located at Good Samaritan. Both projects utilized the same General Contractor, but different designers. We will be discussing the successes and opportunities […]


Governor Extends Public Health Emergency and Executive Orders Related to COVID through August 30, 2021

The Governor has extended the public health emergency with an expiration of August 30, 2021 (see Executive Order) as well as the Executive Order for Further Continuation of Limited Provision to Address the Impact & Spread of COVID (see Executive Order). The ISDH waivers regarding the changes to the physical environment in response to COVID-19 […]


FGI Emergency Conditions Guidelines

On April 1, 2021 FGI published the proposed Emergency Conditions Guidelines for healthcare and residential care facilities. Recall, FGI formed an Emergency Conditions Committee last spring that focused on all kinds of emergencies, from COVID to hurricanes to polar vortexes and wildfires. Their findings were summarized in Doug Erickson’s “This Session is a Disaster” webinar […]


ISHE Spring Conference – May 18-20, 2022

Save time and improve your healthcare facility with the information you’ll gain at the ISHE Spring Conference. Sponsor and exhibit at the 2022 ISHE Spring Conference. Join us at the French Lick Resort on May 18-20, 2022 to: Get vital information from The Joint Commission, HFAP, ISDH, and ASHE Ask other healthcare facility engineers how they […]


ISHE Purdue Event: Compliance Updates and Mitigating Construction Risks

See the recording (member login required) of this event that took place February 24th with your fellow ISHE members and the students of the Purdue ASHE Chapter. We heard about healthcare construction management, discussed the latest news in healthcare engineering, and learned about “Mitigating Construction Risks.” This event was approved by ASHE for 2.0 Contact […]


Strategic Facility Studies: Why your organization shouldn’t invest in capital improvements without one

Recording now available in the ISHE member area.  This event has been approved by ASHE for 1.0 Contact Hour (1.0 CEC). Understanding your campus, facilities, infrastructure, systems, and their performance is crucial to maintaining optimum efficiency, building lifecycles, maintenance costs, patient outcomes, comfort and safety, and more. With strained budgets, especially as a result of […]


ISDH Reissued Emergency Orders

The Indiana Department of Health issued an extension of the temporary COVID waivers pertaining to the physical environment. The Reissued Emergency Orders file can be found here. The waivers will expire “no earlier than the date the Governor’s Declaration is withdrawn or expires, including any extensions thereof.” This ties the waiver expiration to the Governor’s […]