Edgewood Manor earns deficiency free health survey

Edgewood Manor Health & Rehabilitation Center has just received a deficiency free health survey from The Ohio Department of Health. A deficiency free survey represents that all aspects of the facility are being operated by the guidelines set forth by the State. Each department is thoroughly reviewed and evaluated by…
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Health Fair Friday in Oak Harbor

Covenant Harbor senior apartment community, located at 240 Finke Road in Oak Harbor, will be hosting a health fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, June 15. The health fair, presented by Lutheran Homes Society and Heritage Health Care, is free and open to the public.This community event…
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Spencer joins Ottawa County Health Dept.

The Ottawa County Health Department has welcomed Jessica Spencer, of Port Clinton, to its nursing staff. Spencer began work Feb. 21, concentrating her efforts in the home health care division.“I love the elderly, geriatric patients,” said Spencer, noting regular visits can often forge special bonds.Diane Kokinda, Director of Nursing, said…
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Magruder Hospital receives national recognition for technology

Magruder Hospital has been recognized by The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society for achieving Stage 6 of the Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model. This comes as a result of the hospital’s implementation of the Cerner Millennium Electronic Medical Record. Magruder is the first critical access hospital in the state…
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Stein Hospice 5K Regatta Run coming up

Stein Hospice’s annual 5K Regatta Run will be held Saturday, June 30, beginning and ending at Battery Park in downtown Sandusky. Walkers are also welcome. The run starts at 8:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. Runners can pre-register by visiting www.steinhospice.org and either downloading a brochure or signing…
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Babysitter training offered at Danbury

The American Red Cross will be offering Babysitter Training at the Danbury Middle School from 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, May 23-24. Students must attend both sessions to receive a certificate. Lea Mark is the instructor.Training fees are $85, however, thanks to the generosity of the Ottawa County…
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