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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.

  • Jan 27 2005

    Tillman a Center for Stability

    Carol Tillman, administrative assistant to the president of Memorial Hospital of Union County, has had a knack for making people look good all her life.

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  • Jan 26 2005

    Local Pastor Takes Aim at Good Health

    Have you ever heard the old adage that pastors do a wonderful job caring for their congregation, but fall short in taking care of themselves? One local pastor has recognized the truth in that statement and is stepping up to the plate – or better, the treadmill – in doing something about it.

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  • Jan 16 2005

    Local Physicians Published in Medical Journal

    Some doctors never retire. Such is the case with Dr. James Sampsel and Dr. Malcolm (“Mac”) MacIvor. The two locally famous physicians and Dr. Emilio Barbera-Guillem, their research partner and a clinical pathologist affiliated with OSU, have recently been published in Melanoma Research, a medical journal published in London, England and distributed internationally. The group’s letter in response to another’s research on the same topic has also appeared in the December 2004 New England Journal of Medicine. Their research stems from the care of a melanoma patient cared for at Memorial Hospital of Union County in 1967 who to this day lives a full and happy life, right here in Marysville.

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  • Jan 13 2005

    Know Your Number Lipid Profile Screening

    In observance of American Heart Month, Memorial Hospital of Union County is offering free lipid profile screenings to the community. Starting appropriately on Valentine’s Day, February 14th and running through the 18th, individuals can visit the hospital’s Health Center between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to pick up a voucher.

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  • Jan 10 2004

    Major Depression Screening Recommended

    The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued a report last year (July 2002) recommending that patients receive depression screening at their primary health care physician’s office. The report indicated that “Depressive disorders are common, chronic and costly”. “The World Health Organization identified major depression as the fourth leading cause of worldwide disease…

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