|Wenstrup leads tour of Cincinnati VA|
US. Rep. Brad Wenstrup accompanied a fellow House member Tuesday on a tour of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and the two lawmakers said the rest of the veterans' health system could learn from the Corryville facility.
| ||New clinical science tower opens at Children's Hospital|
Officials at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center will cut the ribbon Friday for the institution's new $205 million glass tower for pediatric medicine, and its top floor will be named for astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon and a longtime supporter of the hospital.
|CareSource to move 200 more employees into newest downtown office|
Dayton Business Journal
CareSource is growing in downtown Dayton again.
| ||Anthem offering free college tuition to employees|
Dayton Daily News
DEERFIELD TWP. — Thousands of Anthem employees in Ohio now have access to free college degrees through an expanded partnership with a higher education entity.
|Acuity opens at Weirton Medical Center|
Officials with Acuity Specialty Hospitals of Ohio Valley were joined Wednesday by the Weirton business community in celebrating the grand opening of its new long-term acute care hospital, located on the ninth floor of Weirton Medical Center.
|Cincinnati Children’s unveils $205M tower|
Cincinnati Business Courier
Construction of the $205 million Clinical Sciences Building at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center was completed June 12.
| ||$25M health care center clears final hurdle|
Cincinnati Business Courier
A judge’s ruling has cleared the way to build a $25 million nursing care center that will create more than 200 jobs in Boone County.
|Good Sam patients to be moved on June 27|
Zanesville Times Recorder
ZANESVILLE – In about two weeks, every patient in Good Samaritan Hospital will be moved to Bethesda Hospital, and Bethesda will drop its name to officially become Genesis Hospital.
|Up to 100 Ohio hospitals could add Walk With A Doc|
Columbus Business First
The Walk With A Doc exercise promotion program could grow chapters by 66 percent under an Ohio Hospital Association grant to cover startup-costs for up to 100 hospitals in the state.
|Media swarm Akron City Hospital to see birthplace of LeBron James, Steph Curry|
Akron Beacon Journal
An Akron hospital is making a name for itself internationally as the birthplace of basketball’s biggest stars.
| ||Baby shower educates expectant and new mothers|
CHILLICOTHE – Ashley Neely, and about twenty other expectant and new mothers flocked to the Ohio University Child Development and Family Resource Center Thursday morning for a different kind of baby shower.
|Central Ohio hospitals to deter early deliveries|
A week or two more in the womb can mean the difference between taking your baby home after she’s born and visiting her in the neonatal intensive-care unit.
| ||Largest blood drive of year set for Wednesday|
WINTERSVILLE - The largest blood drive of the year is scheduled for Wednesday and comes at a time when blood donations decrease for the summer months but the need doesn't.
|Fix the gap in eligibility|
It wasn’t an issue created at the state level, but Gov. John Kasich and state legislative leaders are right to advocate fixing an insurance-eligibility gap left by the federal health-insurance law.
|I. James Hackenberg Awarded Ohio Hospital Association’s Crew|
Ohio News Wire
I. James Hackenberg, Esq., a member of the Lake Health Board of Trustees, received the 2015 Dr. Eli Crew Community Service Excellence Award at the Ohio Hospital Association’s (OHA) annual recognition dinner held June 9 in Columbus.
|Cleveland Clinic launches MyCare Online, $49 urgent care consults via mobile devices|
Cleveland Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND, Ohio — With a smartphone, iPad or computer and $49, you can now receive an urgent care consult with the Cleveland Clinic from the comfort of your home, office, or car. Or anywhere you can find an Internet connection and a camera, really.
| ||Cleveland Clinic launches 24-hour MyCare Online service for Ohio-based patients|
Crains Cleveland Business
Cleveland Clinic now is offering a 24-hour online service that allows Ohio-based patients the ability to see a medical professional for urgent matters via their computers or smartphones.
|Sussman joins Behavioral Healthcare Partners|
Behavioral Healthcare Partners of Central Ohio has a new youth services supervisor, and she is determined to make a difference in the community