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The CMH Vision
March 2012
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CMH People 

 Cindy Warren

 Warren Manager of Nursing Units

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  Andrea Howard

 Howard Heads Three Areas

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 Alyssa Alden 

Alden Leading

Care Management

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Alden leading 

Laura Knisley 

Knisley Adds  

Two Certifications

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Knisley adds 

 Chris Chaney

Chaney New Board Member

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Chaney joins board 


CMH's New 128-Slice Scanner

Benefits Patients, Physicians 

Clinton Memorial Hospital has added another technologically-advanced diagnostic tool that will benefit patients and the physicians who treat them.

 

CMH Regional Health System president and chief executive officer Dr. Michael Choo says the new CT scanner is one of the only 128-slice scanners in the area and allows clinicians to improve their clinical results with fewer resources in less time with less radiation for the patient. A host of ergonomic features increase patient comfort and operator convenience while making procedures safer and more efficient, Dr. Choo said.

 

"This technology enables us to perform non-invasive vascular testing, including angiography that can show vascular diseases involving the heart, brain, and neck," says Dr. Choo.

 

This new equipment is part of a $10.2 million capital investment at CMH. Recent acquisitions include new digital mammography and ultrasound machines, continuous electronic patient monitoring, intravenous pumps, surgery tables and lights, pulmonary function equipment and obstetric monitoring equipment.


Among new items to be added in the coming months are a magnetic resonance imaging machine, emergency services monitoring system, and laboratory, surgery, diagnostic and obstetrics equipment.




RheDr. Kudalkarumatologist Joins CMH Staff

Dr. Deepa Kudalkar, a board-certified rheumatologist with Arthritis Care of Greater Cincinnati, which is affiliated with The Christ Hospital Medical Specialists, has joined the Clinton Memorial Hospital medical staff, and is practicing in Suite 301, CMH Professional Building, 630 W. Main St., Wilmington. 

 

Dr. Kudalkar is in Wilmington on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 1 to 5 p.m.

 

A rheumatologist specializes in the management of arthritis and autoimmune diseases including but not limited to the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, osteoporosis, myositis and fibromyalgia.

 

Dr. Kudalkar completed her residency in internal medicine at Winthrop University Hospital, New York and a fellowship in rheumatology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She is board certified in internal medicine and rheumatology.

 

To make a local appointment, please call her Cincinnati office at 513-351-0800 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

 

CMH has a medical staff of more than 200, which includes more than 30 sub specialties. For more information on CMH physicians, go to www.cmhregional.com or call the Community and Physician Reference (CPR) line at 937.382.9606.

 

CMH's online physician directory 



Stress Relief Event on March Community Health Calendar 

"Taking Care of Me: Managing Stress While Providing Quality Care," Monday, March 26, 5-6 p.m., Foster J. Boyd, MD, Regional Cancer Center, 31 Farquhar Ave., Wilmington. The program will be an educational format with a lot of interaction with the audience. Seth Layman from VITAS Innovative Hospice Care will lead the group with the assistance of cancer center social worker Michelle Roth. For more information, contact Roth at 937-283-2273.


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