Connect with us now on Google+ and Pinterest

We’ve expanded our social footprint once again!

You can now connect with all the Northwest Indiana hospitals of Franciscan Alliance on Google+ and Pinterest!

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While we will continue to engage our fans on Facebook, our plan isn’t to make our new Google+ page one in the same … but an entirely separate social media destination and experience for our followers. Join us on Google+ where you will find the hospital news/announcements, trending health news, videos, service line promotions, events and regular updates from Franciscan St. Anthony Health in Crown Point and Michigan City, Franciscan St. Margaret Health in Hammond and Dyer and Franciscan Healthcare – Munster. Visit our Google+ page >

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Follow our boards as we share a collection of health tips and tools, infographics, videos and more. It’s just another fun, engaging way to showcase our mission! Check out our Pinterest boards at pinterest.com/FranciscanNWI.

So, get even “more social” with Franciscan Alliance – Northwest Indiana as we continue to strive to make our social media platforms engaging sources for sharing information and conversing with our communities.

And remember…you can always:
Find Us on Facebook: facebook.com/FranciscanNWI
Follow Us on Twitter: twitter.com/FranciscanNWI
Watch Us on YouTube: youtube.com/FranciscanNWI

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