The healthcare industry has seen significant change in the last ten years and Memorial Hospital of Union County has been rapidly evolving to set the standard for healthcare. Extraordinary growth in the last decade has enabled Memorial Hospital to better serve local communities and position itself for a healthy future as an independent community hospital.
For half a decade Memorial Hospital of Union County has hosted a special event to focus on the health and wellbeing of the women in our community. Starting out as a fun idea, Women…At the Heart of It All has grown into a well-attended and highly anticipated annual “girl’s night out” to help educate the women in the community on the importance of their own health while having a great time with friends.
During a recent meeting of the Infection Prevention and Control committee at Memorial Hospital of Union County, it was announced that staff at Memorial Hospital, The Gables at Green Pastures, and Union County Physician Corporation (UCPC) have well exceeded national averages for flu vaccination rates.
Memorial Hospital and Health Department Partner With Local Group to Help Establish New Community Health CenterMonday, 03 February 2014 15:04
A new health center is expanding in Union County. UnionStar, located at 773 South Walnut Street in Marysville, is a community health center providing primary care services for patients of all ages who are un- and underinsured. The clinic, the result of a collaborative effort between Memorial Hospital of Union County, the Union County Health Department, UnionStar Board of Directors, and Lower Lights Christian Health Center (LLCHC), will serve as an affordable healthcare option for residents who previously did not have access to a primary care doctor.
Memorial Hospital of Union County recently presented a $250 check to the Logan and Champaign Suicide Prevention Coalition as part of a fundraising effort of Memorial Hospital employee Amanda Stidam. The donation will also benefit the Here 4 Hope Coalition of Union County.
Beginning January 27th, Memorial Hospital of Union County will offer a new outpatient laboratory site in Plain City for increased patient convenience.
Memorial Hospital of Union County recently welcomed Ashley Boyer, RN and Lindsay Partee, RN to leadership roles within the Obstetrics Services department.
The Gables at Green Pastures is pleased to announce the promotion of two valuable employees into leadership roles at its organization. Longtime team members Debbie Klinker, LPN and Judie Thompson, RN will transition from current roles to positions that focus on the clinical management side of patient care.
Beginning in January the Health Center at Memorial Hospital of Union County will expand its hours for convenient access to exercise equipment in an environment staffed with healthcare and exercise physiology professionals.
The New Year had an exciting start for Kayla and Justin Lewis with the arrival of daughter Adelynn Mae, the first baby born at Memorial Hospital of Union County in 2014. Adelynn arrived on January 1st at 12:56am, measuring 18 inches and weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces.