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Girls Night Out on Friday, March 11 with the 2016 Memorial Health Women’s Event.

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On Friday, March 11 at 7 pm, Memorial Hospital will be hosting their seventh annual Memorial Health Women’s Event. The event will be held at Bunsold Middle School, 14198 State Route 4, in Marysville.

This event is perfect for a special girls night out with friends, family, sisters, and moms and daughters. Tickets are $20 each or $18 for those 65 and older. Doors open at 5:30 pm with heavy hors d’oeuvres being served from 5:30 until the program starts at 7. Seating will be assigned by seat number in the Bunsold Auditorium on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you need multiple seats with friends, purchase tickets at the same time together.

The program will feature comedian Anita Renfroe who went from “stay-at-home-mom” to “YouTube comedic Phe-mom-enon.” The Memorial Hospital web site describes her as having a “tell it like it is” attitude as she delivers musical comedy sure to please audiences who like “sass, edge, and slightly offbeat takes on all things female.” Ms. Renfroe has appeared on Good Morning America.

Additionally, there will be a Below the Belt health forum where clinical experts will provide valuable, honest commentary about battling metabolism, Spanx do’s and don’t’s, pedicure safety, varicose veins, and much more.

There will also be interactive booths during the social hour including ring cleaning from Lambert’s Jewelers, self-defense tips, a PhotoBooth, and more.

Tickets went on sale January 25. Buy yours now and get a couple for your best girlfriends, too. Tickets can be purchased through Memorial Hospital’s Marketing Office by calling (937) 578-2316.

For more information, visit the Memorial Hospital web site HERE or click on the flyer below to enlarge it.

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Attend a Private Screening of “Operation Resurrection” on Wednesday, May 14.

On Wednesday, May 14, attend a private screening of the documentary Operation Resurrection in the Bunsold Middle School Auditorium, 14198 State Route 4 in Marysville. Doors open at 4 pm with the screening beginning at 4:15 pm.

According to the flyer we received in the mail from Memorial Hospital, this documentary was produced in order to find “coordinated solutions to the health, education, and employment issues our Iraq (OIF-Operation Iraqi Freedom) and Afghanistan (OEF-Operation Enduring Freedom) veterans face when they return home.”

The document also states that “nearly 450,000 of the 2.5 million deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan over the last 13 years will suffer from mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Our communities need to connect these heroes to employers, matching the Veteran’s skills and aptitudes with work. We must continue the long term relationship of reintegration and advancement.”

The nonprofit foundation, Resurrecting Lives, that is affiliated with the documentary works to provide services and employment opportunities for returning veterans with TBI. Dr. Chrisanne Gordon, a local physician who has served as the Medical Director of Rehabilitation Services at Memorial Hospital in Union County, is the Founder of Resurrecting Lives. Dr. Gordon is the force behind the efforts to help veterans with traumatic brain injuries transition back into their communities and have a future.

You MUST RSVP for this event by May 7 as seating is limited. Please call 937-578-2316 to RSVP for the viewing of the documentary.

To find out more about Operation Resurrection, go HERE.

To read more about Dr. Chrisanne Gordan, who has spearheaded this project, please go HERE.

To LIKE Operation Resurrection on Facebook, go HERE.

Click on the flyer below to enlarge it and read more details.

Join Memorial Hospital on April 4 for “Women At the Heart of It All.”

On April 4 at 7 pm, Memorial Hospital will be hosting a program called, “Women at the Heart of It All.” The event will be held at Bunsold Middle School, 14198 State Route 4, in Marysville.

This event is perfect for a special girls’ night out with friends, family, sisters, and moms and daughters. Tickets are $18 each or $15 for those 65 and older. Doors open at 5:30 pm with heavy hors d’oeuvres being served from 5:30 until the program starts at 7.

The program will feature comedian Robin Fox who is currently appearing on Nickelodeon’s stand-up comedy special NickMom Night Out.

Additionally, there will be a “Shoe-ology” program combining foot health and footwear fashion. Macy’s will feature their newest shoe apparel and physicians and clinical team members will provide information about medical issues related to the feet, joints, and legs. There will also be door prizes, gift bags, and product samples.

There are approximately 500 tickets available for this fun event, so don’t wait. Buy yours now and get a couple for your best girlfriends, too. Tickets can be purchased through Memorial Hospital’s Development Office by calling (937) 578-2316.

For more information, visit the Memorial Hospital Events page HERE.

Memorial Hospital is Partnering with Adams Family Medical.

Dr. Adams’ office will be closed this week until Monday, January 7, as the staff prepares for major changes that we think you will be thrilled to learn are in the works.

Beginning on January 7, Adams Family Medical Center will be partnering with Memorial Hospital of Union County to provide more benefits for Dr. Adams’ patients. If you click on the letter to the left, you can read all of the updates that the office is working on during the time they are closed.

Some of those changes include transitioning to electronic medical records and providing laboratory services through Memorial Hospital rather than with the national lab system that was previously used.

While the electronic medical records will not be in effect immediately, the staff hopes to be using them by the end of the month. Electronic medical records allow prescriptions to be submitted electronically to pharmacies for more timely medication preparation. Lab reports can be transmitted to the office as soon as the results are posted, allowing for a faster diagnosis and consult with patients. Additionally, the records can be shared between other health care professionals reducing the problem of repeated testing. These records also aid in patient safety with built-in checks to guide the health care providers as they deal with multiple health problems and medications.

All major insurances will still be accepted and the quality of care that Dr. Adams provides will still be stellar.

Additionally, adding to the high quality of care, Mary Helmuth will be working in the office as the new office manager/clinical supervisor. Joining her in the office will be Brittany Miller and Sandy Thomas.

The office will be open and staffed from 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday (Dr. Adams will not be there all of those hours, but one of the staff will be!). You can call during those times to set up appointments and get medication refills.

We are so excited about these new changes and think you will be, too. We’ll keep you posted as we know more!

Please like Adams Family Medical Center on Facebook HERE.

Have a Girls’ Night Out with Memorial Hospital’s Program: Women At the Heart of It All.

On April 20 at 7 pm, Memorial Hospital will be hosting a program called, “Women at the Heart of It All.” The event will be held at Bunsold Middle School, 14198 State Route 4, in Marysville.

This event is perfect for a special girls’ night out with friends, family, sisters, and moms and daughters. Tickets are $18 each or $15 for those 65 and older. Doors open at 5:30 pm with heavy hors d’oeuvres being served from 5:30 until the program starts at 7.

The program will feature a panel of doctors you can speak with about health issues and comedienne Kay Frances. Additionally, there will be a weigh station for your purse (lighten up to save your back) and a photo booth where you can capture memories with your favorite gals. There will also be door prizes, gift bags, and product samples.

Tickets went on sale March 1 and I’ve been told that over 300 have already sold. There are approximately 500 tickets available for this fun event, so don’t wait. Buy yours now and get a couple for your best girlfriends, too. Tickets can be purchased through Memorial Hospital’s Development Office by calling (937) 578-2316.

For more information, visit the Memorial Hospital Events page HERE.