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Patient with Glioblastoma Committed to Helping Community

Until last August, Kelli McLaughlin of Carmel was living her life like normal. She was raising her four children with her husband, Ryan, volunteering for different causes, and managing two locations of her boutique shop, Clothes With a Cause, which donates proceeds to different charities throughout the year.  That month, Kelli started noticing odd, neurological […]

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A Return to an Active Life After Lumbar Fusion

Jay and his family live in Indianapolis in a house that’s been in the family for several generations. Though his kids have grown, Jay looks back on a life in which sports and physical activity—whether on his own, with friends or with his wife and kids—have played a huge role. Being active has been important […]

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Protecting Your Personal Data

Anyone with concerns about their data should… Monitor their credit reports Obtain a fraud alert Place a security freeze on their credit How can I review my credit report?Federal law requires credit reporting companies to give you a free credit report every 12 months if you request it. You can access your free credit report […]

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Important Updates

June 17, 2022: As of June 17, 2022, our phone systems have been restored and callers can once again use our phone directory system to directly reach Goodman Campbell’s staff.  Our main phone number 317-396-1300 will also continue to be staffed from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Goodman Campbell’s email system has not yet […]

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Our Culture of Ownership Continues!

For the the third consecutive year Goodman Campbell has achieved the IndyStar Top Workplace. Continuing a long tradition of excellence, we are excited to announce that Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine has again been named a 2022 IndyStar Top Workplace! Executive Director, Derek Cantrell, explained “We are consistently striving to make Goodman Campbell a place where […]

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Some Symptoms Should Never Be Ignored- Let’s Talk Stroke!

May is officially Stroke Awareness Month. What is a stroke and how is it treated? Stroke is one of the most devastating diseases a patient can experience. Although more common in older adults, or those with underlying medical conditions, stroke can occur at any time- no matter your age. Fortunately, with advances in early diagnosis […]

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Certification Raises the Bar for Research Professionals

Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine’s Clinical Research Coordinator Erin Delaney recently passed the certification exam for research professionals. Alongside fellow academics and research team members, Erin has now reached the milestone of Certified Clinical Research Professional through the Society of Clinical Research Associates. The certification provides an internationally recognized standard of knowledge, education and experience […]

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2022 Indy NeuroCon Wrap-Up!

The 4th Annual Indy NeuroCon, hosted by the Neurosurgery Foundation at Goodman Campbell, was a huge success! This year’s event, held at Marian University Michael A. Evans Center, also provided multiple continuing education credits. For the first time we were able to offer 2 days with 3 separate tracks: adult inpatient, adult outpatient and pediatrics […]

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Tissue Samples From Surgery May Offer Hope in the Treatment of Epilepsy

Goodman Campbell pediatric neurosurgeon, Jodi Smith works to advance epilepsy research in the study: Electrophysiological Analysis of Epileptogenic Tissue. Epilepsy, a common neurological disorder of childhood, affects between 0.5 to 1.0% of the population in the US and Canada, with up to 50% of these cases occurring before 5 years of age. Scientists know that […]

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Off to Medical School!

Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine’s very own Carli Cahill is headed to medical school this August! Carli will attend the Indiana University School of Medicine, and will learn in May, at which of their nine campuses she will be placed. She is a 2020 Health Sciences graduate of Grace College who grew up loving science. […]

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