Whether the headline is about exponential growth in staff and services, receiving an award for digital innovation, or being recognized for excellence in patient safety, the real story is our commitment to you and your family.
Mar 30 2018
Memorial Health Executive Vice President Spence Fisher was recently chosen as a Finalist for the Executive of the Year, as part of Columbus CEO magazine’s 2018 Healthcare Achievement Awards.Read More
Mar 19 2018
Memorial Hospital, in partnership with New Vision™, is adding withdrawal management services for adults with drug, alcohol, or related health issues to its health network services. Memorial will offer medical stabilization services to help people overcome withdrawal symptoms related to addiction. The collaboration with New Vision, one of the leading substance withdrawal and medical stabilization/management organizations in the United States, will bring this much-needed service to the region beginning March 20.Read More
Mar 15 2018
Memorial Hospital has earned a four-star rating by Hospital Compare, an initiative of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which rates the quality of care at over 4,000 Medicare-certified hospitals across the country. Patients can use Hospital Compare to find hospitals and compare the quality of their care.Read More
Mar 13 2018
As part of its ongoing expansion to create a new healthcare standard for residents of the region, Memorial Health today held a groundbreaking event for the system’s $50 million Memorial 2020 project. Memorial 2020 involves construction of two buildings, both an inpatient pavilion and an outpatient pavilion on the main campus at 500 London Avenue in Marysville.Read More
Mar 08 2018
For the sixth year in a row, Memorial Health (Memorial Hospital and Memorial Gables) was named one of Central Ohio’s “Healthiest Employers” by Columbus Business First at its annual awards ceremony yesterday in Columbus. Memorial Health’s Wellness Team proudly accepted the third place award in the category of medium-sized businesses.
“Over 20 years ago, we established the Working On Wellness (WOW) program to encourage employees to live a healthy lifestyle and reap the benefits associated with good health,” says Deb Stubbs, Director of the Wellness Center at Memorial Hospital. “It is thrilling to receive this honor for the many progressive year-round activities our team continues to accomplish, thereby helping our employees focus on mind, body, and spirit.”
Stubbs added, “And at Memorial, wellness is not just one department’s charge. Together our organization works on a variety of collaborative projects to create and support a healthy work environment for all team members.” This includes:
- The Memorial Employee Health Department provides free flu shots to all employees.
- Employees and spouses can take advantage of free yearly comprehensive lab panels to track progress or share with a physician.
- The Memorial Wellness Center offers 24-hour access for employees, spouses, and dependents, as well as group exercise classes and personal training.
- The hospital’s tobacco-free campus demonstrates the overall commitment to healthy lifestyle choices. In addition, free tobacco cessation classes are offered to employees and spouses.
- Healthy café offerings are available to employees as well as access to an on-site seasonal Farmer’s Market.
“We recognize that one size does not fit all and we strive to personalize the programming to meet the needs of each member of our workforce,” concluded Stubbs.
The evaluation for recognition involved completion of a survey developed by a private panel of medical, academic, business, wellness, finance, and statistics professionals that uses a proprietary algorithm to rank an organization based on individual responses in comparison to the survey set.Read More
Feb 09 2018
Students from two Union County schools banded together to raise funds to support local cancer patients and their families. The Cancer Crusaders, student leadership organizations from Marysville and Fairbanks schools, each participated in fundraising activities, in addition to raising awareness for cancer education and screenings. Together the students presented Memorial Health with a check for $1600 to benefit the Chicken Soup Group at Memorial Hospital, a support group for cancer patients and their families or caregivers.
Participating in the check presentation were Chip Hubbs, Memorial Health President/CEO; Shannon Conroy, Fairbanks student; Amy Higinbotham, Director of Specialty Care; Shaune O’Connors, Marysville student; and Laura Falk, Fairbanks Student Advisor. “We are extremely proud of these students and their dedication to our cancer patients,” commented Amy Higinbotham. “This is the second year in a row they have dedicated their efforts to supporting the fight against cancer. This donation will help Memorial’s Chicken Soup Group with educational materials and activities. We truly appreciate their efforts.”Read More