Versailles Rehabilitation, Healthcare Center hosts fun fair

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VERSAILLES — Versailles Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center recently celebrated summer with a free Community Fun Fair held at the skilled nursing care facility.

ODH director confirms COVID-19 variant BA.2.86 case in Ohio in weekly case update

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COLUMBUS – Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Director Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D., MBA, confirms the COVID-19 variant BA.2.86 has been detected in one case in Lorain County.

CareFlight Air, Mobile Services kicks-off Drive Smart season

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DAYTON — Premier Health’s CareFlight Air and Mobile Services will once again launch its Drive Smart program at Dayton region high schools.

Spirit EMS to offer summer EMT Bootcamp

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GREENVILLE — Spirit EMS hopes to recruit aspiring EMTs with their new EMT Boot Camp coming this summer.

Kettering Health saw care expansion, employee, patient experience in focus in 2022

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TROY — Kettering Health continued to provide high-quality, compassionate care to the region’s communities in 2022 through the many services we offer, including primary care, women’s health, heart and vascular, pain management, behavioral health, emergency care, and cancer care.

UVMC: despite challenging 2022, facility near end of modernize project

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TROY — Two thousand and twenty-two was “a very challenging year,” said Kevin Harlan, Upper Valley Medical Center (UVMC) president. “We were still experiencing heavy COVID-19 in the first half of the year, and across the country many hospitals still are not back to normal volumes.

Spirit EMS protects Shelby County residents

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GREENVILLE — Spirit EMS was busy proudly serving and protecting Shelby County in 2022, answering more than 1,500 calls for service as a family owned and operated emergency medical services organization.

Shingles vaccine may reduce stroke risk

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DALLAS — Shingles, a viral infection caused by the chickenpox virus, is linked to an increased risk of stroke. A new study found that...

Portable MRIs bring diagnostics to stroke patients’ bedside

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DALLAS — A portable, low-field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system may become a safe and practical way to get accurate brain images at a...