May 2019 Ohio State surgery technique offers new pain relief for amputees. According to the latest research, about 75 percent of people who have lost a limb from trauma, cancer or poor circulation eventually suffer from debilitating phantom limb and residual limb pain. 5.17.19 Read more. Ohio State ECPR protocol helps more people survive cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest that happens outside of a hospital is almost always fatal – just 10 percent of the people who experience it survive. 5.17.19 Read more. The community paramedicine program by Premier Health and Dayton Fire Department brings together hospital and fire department staff to identify patients in need of in-home care and will accommodate up to 25 patients at a time. 5.17.19 Read more. Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center honored 10 area high school students as winners of the Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Health Partners Scholarship on Wednesday night. 5.15.19 Read more. Summa Health’s new “front door” — a seven-story tower that has been under construction since 2017 — is nearly ready for its debut. 5.14.19 Read more. An OhioHealth Corp. physician’s invention offering an alternative to narcotics for treating pain is one of several inventions backed by the Columbus system’s Innovation Development Fund. 5.14.19 Read more. Dr. Kathy Elizeus will be joining Fisher-Titus Women’s Health, according to Dr. Brent Burkey, President and CEO of Fisher-Titus. 5.13.19 Read more. Construction on Adena’s new $70 million orthopedic and robotics center is set to begin in late 2019 and be completed in 2021. The expansion includes six new operating rooms, 20 in-patient rooms, and a 300-car parking deck. 5.13.19 Read more. ‘Mom Power’: Mothers at UH help each other parent and cope in mental health support groups. Zaarah Abdul-Zahir knew she needed help when she learned she was pregnant with her seventh child in January. Abdul-Zahir, 42, lives in a blended household with eight of her and her husband’s children on East 68th Street, and she was surprised by the news she was pregnant again. 5.12.19 Read more. Crothall Healthcare at Cincinnati Children’s, which provides all support services for Cincinnati Children’s, is looking to hire. 5.11.19 Read more. Mercy Health and Roselawn Manor will have a new location open house from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 15, at Mercy Health-Spencerville Family Medicine, 424 E. Fourth St., Spencerville. 5.8.19 Read more. Cleveland Clinic’s patient-experience summit to reflect on putting patients first. For 10 years, the Patient Experience Empathy + Innovation Summit has taught the importance of empathy in a health care climate increasingly based on technology. 5.8.19 Read more. The parent system of Mercy Health-Cincinnati has become a minority investor in a company that uses a digital platform to connect well-being and precision care. 5.7.19 Read more. Dr. Basem Haddad has joined Fisher-Titus as the Medical Director of the Fisher-Titus Sleep Center. 5.7.19 Read more. A new clinical trial at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and two other sites is testing an innovative procedure that may provide hope in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. 5.6.19 Read more. Akron Children’s strengthens Stark County reach with Aultman partnership. The new medical office building on Glenwood Street Southwest shows how former rivals can work as partners. 5.5.19 Read more. The safety of patients who want to harm themselves or others is the central concern for planners working toward the March 2020 opening of a new pediatric mental-health facility on the campus of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. 5.5.19 Read more. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has landed a $30 million federal grant – the second-largest the medical center has ever received – to develop a universal influenza vaccine. 5.2.19 Read more. More than six years after construction began on the medical campus, Perrysburg has its first inpatient hospital with the opening of Mercy Health Perrysburg Hospital. 5.2.19 Read more. Akron Children’s Hospital is now collecting unused prescription medications in a secure dropbox at the Beeghly Campus in Boardman. 5.2.19 Read more. Not much happens at OhioHealth Corp. without input from CEO Dave Blom. But at the February meeting of its board of directors, a who's-who of Central Ohio corporate leaders, a surprise resolution came up for a vote. 5.2.19 Read more. Memorial Health announces David A. Tanner, DO, will begin serving as Medical Director for Memorial Hospital Occupational Health, a service line of Memorial dedicated to helping local businesses improve and maintain the well-being and safety of their employees. 5.1.19 Read more. A new program at Adena Regional Medical Center is targeting emergency department patients struggling with alcohol and drug addiction and connecting them with resources including harm reduction and treatment services. 5.1.19 Read more. Brian Schroer, M.D., has joined Akron Children’s Hospital as director of allergy and immunology. 5.1.19 Read more..