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Dr. Michael Davis Will Speak about Heart Disease Prevention and Management on Tuesday, August 23, at 5 pm at the Pleasant Valley Senior Center.

2016_08_15_12_32_04.pdf000As part of the Plain City Druggist Community Lecture Series, Dr. Michael Davis, the former medical director of The Heart Partnership Cardiovascular Program in collaboration with The Ohio State University (OSU) and Memorial Hospital of Union County (MHUC), will speak about Heart Disease Prevention and Management on Tuesday, August 23, at the Pleasant Valley Senior Center, 390 Allgyer Drive in Plain City.

Dr. Davis’ talk will get underway at 5 pm.

If you would like to attend the first in this series of lectures on health topics, please call the drugstore to reserve your seat: 614-873-0880. Food will be provided. A map showing the location of the Pleasant Valley Senior Center is furnished at the bottom of this posting.

Dr. Davis is also the former medical director of The Cleveland Clinic and Fisher-Titus Snyder-White Heart and Vascular Institute. He is the only board certified Vascular Medicine Specialist on staff at MHUC and the only participating Vascular Medicine Specialist in Union, Madison, and Champaign counties. He successfully performed the first cardiac catheterization and peripheral vascular intervention at MHUC.

Additionally, Dr. Davis also started the Union County “Walk with a Doc Program.”

Dr. Davis graduated from Wright State University’s College of Medicine in 2003 and was awarded the American College of Physicians (ACP) Award for most outstanding senior medical student entering Internal Medicine in May 2003. He went on to become board certified in Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University in 2006. Following that, he became board certified in Cardiovascular Medicine, also from The Ohio State University, in 2009. Additionally, he is a board certified Endovascular Specialist and is board certified in Interventional Cardiology.

Dr. Davis currently works from his office with Electrophysiology and Pacing Interventionalists located at 106 North Murray Hill Road in Columbus where he is an active partner in the cardiovascular practice. You can reach the office at 614-228-0491.

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Pleasant Valley Senior Center Selling Hand Made Mennonite Quilts to Raise Money for a New Television.

Many of you may have noticed the gorgeous hand made quilts we are currently displaying in the window of the pharmacy. The Pleasant Valley Senior Center recently lost their older television when it suddenly quit working. In order to raise money to purchase a new television, the Mennonite ladies at the Senior Center donated four quilts they had sewn to sell.  These quilts feature patterns such as “Bow Tie,” “Log Cabin,” “Wedding Ring,” and “Flower.” The quilts come in different sizes and are completely hand made, one of a kind creations, that were finished with a lot of love.

If you are interested in purchasing one of the quilts, which range in price from $100-$300, please contact Eleanor Obert, the activity director, at 614-873-8870. You can also get a closer look at the quilts by stopping in the pharmacy. We’ll take them out of the window so you can unfold them and sneak a peek at the excellent workmanship.

Please help the seniors get a new television! And if you don’t need a quilt, but would like to make a donation to help toward the television purchase, you can also give a donation to Eleanor (or us–we’ll pass the money along) for that purpose.