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  • Jun 28 2005

    Nagah Elarossi Joins Area's Medical Care Team

    Union County and surrounding communities have a new option in internal medicine care in Nagah Elarossi, MD. She joins family practitioner, Connie Warren, MD, in partnership at Family Health Care of Marysville located at 773 W. Walnut Street.

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  • May 03 2005

    Community Benefits From Addition of Skilled ENT in Dr. Fred Leess

    With the confidence of a skilled clinician and the approachability of a family friend, our community has taken a liking to what they find in Fred Leess, MD. As an otolaryngologist – more commonly called an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist – Dr. Leess’ focus rests from the top of your head to the bottom of your neck. His patients are as young as infants and as mature as centurions, including every stage in between.

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  • Mar 10 2005

    Comprehensive Cancer Care Is Now Close To Home

    Memorial Hospital of Union County, our region’s community hospital, is proud to announce the expansion of its cancer care services with the development of a new oncology team at Memorial. The new team will provide a continuum of services from prevention and screening to diagnosis, treatment options, and post-acute care. Physicians and medical staff will have use of the latest technology, including three infusion/chemotherapy rooms.

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  • Mar 02 2005

    Central Ohio's First Needle Disposal Program Comes From Community Partnership

    Union County diabetics and other residents who self administer medications in their homes have a new, safe way to dispose of their used needles, syringes and finger stick devices. Memorial Hospital of Union County and the Union County Health Department have teamed up to develop a community needles disposal program. The outreach program, funded by the local United Way, allows for the proper disposal of these commonly used instruments at no cost to consumers, preventing potential exposure situations and health hazards.

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  • Feb 28 2005

    Development Council Funds Purchase New Scope

    Memorial Hospital's Development Council has funded the purchase of a new adult colonoscope for use in Memorial Hospital’s Ambulatory Care Center. It will rest in the skilled hands of the new GI physicians and general surgeons including Adam Tzagournis, MD; Michael Tzagournis, MD; Gordon Kim, DO; Tasos Manokas, DO; Bradley Bryan, MD; and Donald Reed, MD.

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