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.
May 31 2021
Memorial Health is continuing their focus and dedication to the fight against cancer, with a mission to bring advanced oncology and hematology services to area residents. Two recent developments in this mission include a formal affiliation with The James Cancer Network (JCN), as well as the opening of new Cancer Center on its main campus in Marysville.Read More
May 10 2021
Memorial Hospital achieved "Straight A" recognition in the Spring 2021 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, the nation's most prestigious honor for patient safety. This recognition is awarded in step with a grade of ‘A’ in the Spring 2021 announcement, marking six straight ‘A’s’ in protecting patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections.Read More
Apr 16 2021
Apr 16 2021
Marysville, Ohio – All Union County law enforcement agencies, in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration, Memorial Hospital, the Union County Drug Free Coalition, and other local agencies are sponsoring a prescription drug “Take-Back” event on Saturday, April 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at four locations:
- Union County Sheriff’s Office, 221 W. 5th St., Marysville,
- Pleasant Valley Fire Department, 650 W. Main St., Plain City,
- Richwood Police Department, 153 N. Franklin St., Richwood, and
- Marysville Division of Police at Walgreens, 180 Colemans Crossing Blvd., Marysville.
Apr 02 2021
Memorial Health has welcomed the appointment of a new board member, Greg Sehnert. Appointed by the Union County Commissioners and two local judges, Sehnert will complete the unexpired term for the seat formerly held by Chad Hoffman, and will take an active role on the eight-member volunteer Board of Trustees who govern the path of Memorial Health.Read More
Apr 01 2021
Memorial Health has been selected, along with other Central Ohio health systems and Dr. Amy Acton, as Humanitarians of the Year, recognizing the group’s collaborative efforts to fight COVID-19. The acknowledgement, bestowed from the Central Ohio branch of the American Red Cross, marks the organization’s 25th Humanitarian of the Year celebration.Read More