Our history—2006 highlights
- CMH Sleep Care, a comprehensive, outpatient sleep disorders program, began operations at CMH’s River’s Bend Health Center, 87 E. US 22 and SR 3, Maineville. CMH Sleep Care, which has operated a lab at CMH Regional Health System’s Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington since 2002, diagnoses and treats a variety of sleeping disorders.
- Dr. Brian Ondulick, a general surgeon who joined the CMH Medical Staff in mid-2004, began seeing patients in CMH’s River’s Bend Health Center.
- Emergency Services at Clinton Memorial Hospital recently achieved certification to be a continuing education training site for emergency medical services.
- Radiology Services added a second, new nuclear medicine camera as well as an i-STAT system which allows blood draws through an IV.
- CMH joined several other healthcare providers in the Greater Cincinnati Health Council to distribute a new individual medication tracking card.
- Making way for the new cancer center, CMH Community Health Services moved to CMH offices at 761 S. Nelson Ave., Wilmington.
- Rehabilitation Services stretched into the community with several collaborative programs with Wilmington College and senior citizen centers in Wilmington, New Vienna, Sabina, and Lebanon.
- An average of 199 volunteers—equivalent to more than 12 fulltime employees—donated nearly 23,500 hours of their time to CMH Regional Health System during 2005, it was reported during Volunteer Month in April.
- CMH implemented a new patient survey tool, partnering with survey vendor NRC+Picker. The new survey tool focuses on patients’ perspectives–what they experience while at CMH.
- CMH celebrated its 55th anniversary in October with a Community Health Fair in the Conference Center at 610 W. Main St., Wilmington.
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