The CMH VisionNovember 16, 2011

CMH Welcomes

New Physicians,

Honors Others

The CMH Regional Health System administration and board of trustees formally welcomed 28 new physicians recently and also honored 33 others for achieving longevity milestones as members of the CMH Medical Staff.


Dr. Scott Lindsay, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon; Dr. Deepa Kudalkar, a rheumatologist; and Dr. Nancy Simon, a gynecologic oncologist; represented new specialities for the medical staff in the last year.


Dr. John Hollon, an internist, was honored for the longest tenure among physicians with 35 years.

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Home Care Services Staff October 2011
Home Care Services Ranked Among Top 3 In Ohio

Clinton Memorial Hospital Home Care Services has been named a HomeCare Elite™ top 100 home health agency, one of only three in Ohio to earn that status.

Sitting or kneeling in the front row (left to right): Dorothy Walker (clerical), Joy Howard (Physical Therapy Assistant), Charlene Murphy (RN and Clinical Coordinator), Joan Finley (Speech Pathologist), Ed Bunn (Physical Therapy Case Manager) and Betsy Sarver (Occupational Therapist). Standing (left to right): Jennifer Frohriep (Billing), Jan Majoewsky (Clerical), Bonnie Davis (RN and Manager), Pam Romohr (RN and Case Manager), Anna Knisley (Physical Therapy Assistant), Linda Rice (RN and Case Manager), Crystal Green (Aide), Sharon Curtis (RN and Case Manager), Peggy Hart (RN), Tina Falgner (Social Worker), Amber Scott (RN and Case Manager), Beth Watts (RN), and Barb Eaglin (RN and Case Manager). Not pictured: Dr. Tommy Tigar (Medical Director), Chris Miller (Physical Therapy Assistant), Emily Heywood (Aide), Cindy Bevan (RN) and Sonja Runstadler (RN).


New Treatment For Bowel Control

Available at Clinton Memorial Hospital

A new treatment for bowel control is now available at Clinton Memorial Hospital.


CMH is now offering an option for patients with the debilitating and stigmatized condition of chronic fecal incontinence for those who have not found relief from more conservative treatment options, according to Nina Humphreys, manager of surgical services at CMH. 


According to a National Institutes of Health-funded study, more than 18 million Americans suffer from bowel incontinence problems, and as a result they often struggle with everyday activities, such as traveling or spending time with friends and family, Humphreys said. 


InterStim´┐Ż Therapy for Bowel Control is a minimally invasive option proven to improve or restore bowel control that is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Humphreys said.