In a business’s typical expression of holiday cheer, Memorial Hospital of Union County sets money aside in each year’s budget to provide nominal gifts to its medical staff, board members, and staff members to thank them for their contributions. This year, though, its medical staff and board of trustees asked the hospital to reconsider their plans and instead contribute those funds to two local charities: The Care Train of Union County and Turning Point.
Memorial Hospital of Union County has selected the winner of their holiday greeting card art contest. The drawing seen here was created by Janelle Yunker, a 6th grader at Trinity Lutheran, daughter of Ken and Penny Yunker of Marysville. It will be used to decorate the cover of hte card the hospital sends to individuals and businesses in celebration of the holidays.
Union County and surrounding communities have a new option in nephrology care in Sunkireddy Sreedevi, MD. She joins her partner Michael Sobel, DO in caring for patients in Memorial Hospital of Union County’s Ambulatory Care Center located within the hospital’s main building. The pair also are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to consult on inpatients requiring specialized kidney care.
Hospital food has long been a favorite topic of conversation, but Memorial Hospital of Union County now has something special to talk about. With the introduction of their new room service program, the community hospital's kitchen is serving up a whole new dining experience for patients.
As the wind-down process of Memorial Physicians, Inc. (MPI) continues following its decision to discontinue operations, it has been announced that, effective immediately, Maria Maxwell, MD will no longer be practicing out of the Plain City Medical Center at 240 West Main Street.
The local practice of Conrad Urologic, Inc. and Memorial Hospital of Union County are teaming up in the fight against prostate cancer. On Wednesday October 5th, 2005 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., attention will be solely focused on screening 40 men.
Named "Forty Under 40" Award Recipient
Memorial Hospital of Union County President/CEO Chip Hubbs has been honored as a Business First “Forty Under 40” award recipient.
The local business journal annually selects 40 Central Ohio leaders under the age of 40. Candidates are judged on their community involvement, career achievements and other awards or recognition.
Local physician Thomas Baker, DO, is one of three inductees in the 2005-2006 Hall of Pride at North Union High School. Baker is a physician with Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Inc. of Marysville.
Dr. Baker is a graduate of Byhalia High School.He will officially be inducted at the pre-game ceremony of the local high school's football game on Friday, September 2nd.
Drs. Frank Raymond, Norman Raymond, and Matt Hazelbaker of Marysville Obstetrics & Gynecology are proud to welcome Dr. Trista Schrickel to their team of physicians.