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January
31,
2023
| 15:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Marc Howard, a 52-year-old from Gahanna has never faced any health issues before. However, in early 2022, Howard was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer that forms in plasma cells.He’s been taking medication and going through chemotherapy. But
January
27,
2023
| 14:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
After 23 years of service to OhioHealth Berger Hospital, President Tim Colburn is retiring. During his tenure as president, Colburn led Berger in key initiatives such as efforts to raise $4 million to convert hospital rooms to single-patient;
December
22,
2022
| 21:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
VAN WERT, Ohio — OhioHealth and Van Wert Health announced today that the board of directors of both organizations have voted to enter into a membership agreement that will make Van Wert Health a full member of the OhioHealth system. Van Wert Health
December
15,
2022
| 23:05 PM Europe/Amsterdam

Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center Becomes OhioHealth’s 13th Full Member Hospital

Agreement with Guernsey Health Systems brings Superior Med Physicians, United Ambulance, SEORMC Into OhioHealth System

OhioHealth, a not-for-profit Columbus-based health system, announced today that Guernsey Health Systems will officially become a full member of OhioHealth on Sunday, January 1, 2023.OhioHealth and

Medical Minutes

November
28,
2022
| 17:15 PM Europe/Amsterdam
This is truly the season of giving. We have passed the Thanksgiving holiday, and we are now into the heart of the holiday season. As people plan for presents, shopping, purchasing online, or in
November
17,
2022
| 17:27 PM Europe/Amsterdam
The numbers might surprise you. One in 26 people will have epilepsy in their lifetime. That is about 1 percent of the population.  November is a great time to learn more about this neurological
November
11,
2022
| 16:58 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Within the OhioHealth organization, there are many military members who are now associates and physicians, serving patients every single day. “I absolutely think it is a big deal, I really have a lot
November
08,
2022
| 15:26 PM Europe/Amsterdam
From celebrity parents, to those around the country, to those here in central Ohio, RSV is causing severe problems.  Comedian and actress Amy Schumer shared that her son, Gene, was in the emergency