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Compassionate cancer care close to home

Support groups for those touched by cancer Page 4

Providing a community of care across Madison County Page 3

Something to talk about New services offered for patients with speech and swallowing disorders Page 6 Jerry Cremeens, Sr.


HealthLink

A Message from the President

Dear friends,

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hank you for taking the time to read the latest edition of HealthLink, Madison Health’s community newsletter and one way of keeping our residents informed of services and initiatives at the organization.

Madison Health Operating Board Tom Blincoe, Chairman Melissa Canney Vinay Chitkara, MD Ed Goodyear George Lohstroh

Sean McKibben Robyn Morton Bernard Oppong, DO, Chief of Staff Mitchell Spahn, MD

Madison Health Community Board Keely Carabin Chad Eisler Marvin Homan Alan Homewood

George Lohstroh Jim Slagle Jim Sollars Angie Wilderman

Madison Health Foundation Board Mike Boerger, President Marvin Bernhardt Mike Browning, CFO, Treasurer Diane Campbell Tom Cox Randy Crisp, Secretary Jean Godden Sue Hackett Tyler Hicks Ginger Kronk Mike Lynch

Mike Quilter Karen Peters Steve Pronai Nancy Snyder Mitchell Spahn, MD Sheri Spahn Bonnie Stump, Vice President Dana Engle, CEO Kelly Snyder, Executive Director

In this issue, you will read about our continued effort to provide comprehensive healthcare services, including primary care, throughout Madison County and keeping our community close to home. On pages 4 and 5, you will read about support groups at the Madison Health Cancer Center and how a local patient overcame pancreatic cancer with the care and compassion from clinicians and family members. One pages 6 and 7, you will learn about adult speech therapy services and one patient’s journey to an improved quality of life following a stroke. As we prepare for 2018, I can assure you that it will be a year of growth for Madison Health. We look forward to building on our excellence and placing the finishing touches on our expansion and renovation project. I am privileged to serve you and thank you for supporting our organization in its service.

Dana E. Engle, CEO

Madison Health provides service to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, diagnosis, age, or ability to pay. We hope you enjoy HealthLink, and we welcome your comments. Despite our sincere efforts, errors sometimes do occur. If your name was inadvertently omitted or misspelled, please accept our apology and contact us so we can correct our records. Call the marketing department at (740) 845-7055 or e-mail jakers@madison-health.com. Cindy Stout, VP, Marketing & Physician Relations Kelly Snyder, VP, Development Julie Akers, Marketing Cover photography provided by Karie Randall, Limelight Photography This publication in no way seeks to serve as a substitute for professional medical care. Consult your physician before undertaking any form of medical treatment or adopting any exercise program or dietary guidelines. This is a recyclable product.

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Top rated in patient experience

adison Health recently received a four star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in patient experience, becoming the highest ranking full-service hospital in the organization’s market area in the category.

“We are driven to provide our patients with the best healthcare experience,” said Dana Engle, CEO at Madison Health. “The latest ranking from CMS reflects our commitment to producing quality patient outcomes in an environment that is close to home.” The results, which were released in July, are based on 11 publicly reported aspects of patient satisfaction such as cleanliness, communication and whether or not patients would recommend the hospital to others. Patient responses are reported on Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) surveys. “Our team recognizes that everyone plays a part in the patient experience,” said Engle. “From a nurse providing individualized care to a maintenance technician adjusting room temperature, each encounter can affect how a patient perceives their care. Each department within our organization continuously collaborates to develop ways to improve the experience.”


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ACROSS MADISON COUNTY

Extended and weekend hours available to meet patients’ needs Being able to access care, when you need it most, is a top priority for most people when they choose a family physician. About three years ago, Madison County started to experience a shortage of primary care physicians as established area practitioners began to retire. When Madison Health saw a significant increase in the number of patients their physicians were seeing, they knew it was time to recruit more help. “When we doubled the number of new patient visits within one year, we knew we needed more primary care physicians to meet this growing demand,” said Cindy Stout, Vice President of Marketing and Physician Relations. “We began working with our Alliance partners to recruit additional family practitioners and we now have a team of nine providers who collaborate to provide excellent care for the residents of Madison and surrounding counties.”

Madison Health Primary Care Physicians Zainab Al - Obosi, MD Michelle Khoury, DO Sarah Clawson, CNP Allison Landoll, DO (Pediatrician) Park Avenue Medical Building 55 Park Ave., Ste. 275, London, OH 740-845-7500

Steven Richardson, MD Lori Knight, CNP

Primary care providers handle all routine healthcare needs from annual checkups and immunizations to the diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses and injuries. They also help manage chronic conditions and can conduct sports or work physicals. Since primary care doctors specialize in whole families, developing relationships with patients and understanding their medical histories is an added benefit.

Park Avenue Medical Building 55 Park Ave., Ste. 230, London, OH 740-845-7600

“Whether it’s a fever that pops up unexpectedly on a Saturday morning, or someone wants to schedule a routine appointment or physical around a busy work - or school - week, our goal is to have appointments available early in the morning, late evening and on Saturdays to accommodate their schedules,” said Beth Millikin, Director of Madison Health Primary and Specialty Care. “All of our providers are currently accepting new patients of all ages.”

Madison Medical Center 214 Elm St., London, OH 740-845-7500

Gary Erdy, MD Madison Health Mount Sterling 164 E. Main St., Mt. Sterling, OH 740-845-7500

Jennifer Crutchfield Hatton, CNP Madison Medical Center 214 Elm St., London, OH 740-845-7500

S. David Weller, MD 151 E. Main St., West Jefferson, OH 614-879-8141

Madison Health’s primary care providers offer coordinated care with specialists, diagnostic laboratory and imaging services and other medical staff – giving patients access to highly specialized care when needed. All Madison Health doctors utilize MyChart, a free, online health portal through The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, that allows patients to read test results and communicate with their doctors directly.

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COMPASSIONATE

CANCER CARE CLOSE TO HOME

Madison Health forms support group for those touched by cancer

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ertified nurse practitioner (CNP) Joel Rice knows what it’s like to have the course of your life change in the blink of an eye. He was just 21 years old, and still in college, when he landed in an Alabama emergency room during his college spring break and was told he had cancer. Thanks to Joel Rice, CNP his “never give up” mantra and a bone marrow transplant courtesy of his brother, Rice has been in remission for 22 years. The self-proclaimed outdoorsman, who originally was pursuing a degree in wildlife management, felt pulled in another career direction during his treatment. “I saw the impact my healthcare providers had on my family and me and I knew then that working in healthcare was something I wanted to be part of,” he said. “I sometimes find patients seem to feel more comfortable with me knowing I have battled cancer myself.” As a CNP in the Madison Health Cancer Center, Rice wears many hats, from caring for patients to teaching and education. One of his newer roles is facilitating a community support group for those coping with the physical and emotional aspects of cancer. The newly-formed group is open to individuals touched by all types of cancer, including survivors and caregivers. “A cancer diagnosis not only affects the patient, it also affects caregivers, family and friends,” he said. “Support groups are important for someone who may not have good support at home, someone struggling to care for a loved one with cancer, or someone who just needs a listening ear.”

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Jerry Cremeens, Sr., age 70, counted on his family when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2016. After surgery at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center to remove his spleen and half his pancreas, Cremeens began chemotherapy at Madison Heath once a week. “It was nice not to have to drive to a large city and fight traffic and worry about parking,” he said. “Being close made it convenient for me to come straight home after chemotherapy and rest.” The Madison Health Cancer Center is an official member of The James Cancer Network at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute and manages and treats a wide range of cancers from blood and bone marrow cancers to solid tumors. Treatment options available onsite include traditional chemotherapy, infusion support, blood transfusion and immunotherapy. Rice says one of the most rewarding parts of his job is working with dedicated and caring coworkers who have the common goal of seeing their patients through some of the hardest times in their lives. “Being able to care for patients at their weakest and worst moments, and putting a little hope and smile in their day, makes me feel valued,” he said. Cremeens says he experienced that compassionate care firsthand. “I was so appreciative of my nurses and all they did for me,” he said. A grain farmer from West Jefferson, Cremeens is grateful to be back to mowing his 18 acres and bailing hay on his tractor. He was also thankful to be able to attend the annual Twins Day Festival


Being close made it convenient for me to come straight home after chemotherapy and rest.” – Jerry Cremeens, Sr.

in Twinsburg, Ohio with his twin brother. The yearly ritual was something they had to miss in 2016 due to his cancer treatment. “It was really special to get to go and see all of my old friends,” he said. “It’s been a long haul, but I just take one day at a time.” If Rice could give his patients one piece of advice it would be to never lose hope, and it’s one of the reasons he wanted to start a free cancer support group for the community. “Personally, I found it hard to talk about some of these struggles with my own family and even my wife,” Rice shared. “Over the years, I found that sharing my story with others has been very healing.” Cremeens feels lucky to have had his wife and kids by his side during his cancer diagnosis and treatment, but realizes not everyone may have that kind of support. “Everybody is different in their cancer journey and I would tell someone to attend if they think a support group could be helpful to them,” Cremeens said. For more information about the Madison Health Cancer Center and to speak with an oncology nurse, please call 740-845-7518.

The Cancer Support Group at Madison Health meets the fourth Thursday of every month, beginning at 5 p.m., in the Park Avenue Medical Building Conference Room, 55 Park Avenue, London.

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Something to

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NEW SERVICES OFFERED FOR PATIENTS WITH SPEECH AND SWALLOWING DISORDERS

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eople go through rehabilitation for a variety of reasons – cardiac events, strokes, acute and chronic illnesses, and accidents and injuries. When it comes to rehabilitation, overcoming physical limitations – like relearning to walk – are often top of mind. But, did you know a person’s ability to speak, swallow and remember can also be affected by many diseases and disorders?

Ed Jeffries, age 72, knows first-hand. A resident of Orient, Ohio, Jeffries suffered a massive stroke in June 2016 that left him unable to swallow or speak. “He didn’t even know his own name, or my name for that matter,” said his wife, Patti. In addition to his communication and cognition issues, Jeffries was also paralyzed on his right side. That summer, Jeffries was referred to Madison Health’s outpatient rehabilitation program for multiple therapies. 6 n Madison Health |

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Amy Brehm, a nationally-certified speech and language pathologist, is an integral part of Madison Health’s multidisciplinary approach to treating adult patients who are having trouble communicating or swallowing due to stroke, brain injury, neurological diseases and head and neck cancer, regain function and get back to their best quality of life possible. “When a patient is prescribed physical, occupational or speech therapy multiple times a week, it can be a real burden for caregivers to travel far for appointments,” said Brehm. “The fact that Madison Health offers state-of-the-art services, close to home, is a benefit.” In addition to assessment and diagnosis, Madison Health offers treatment for swallowing disorders, feeding difficulties, mouth and facial weakness, stuttering, cognition/memory impairments, resonance/voice disorders, language comprehension and expression disorders, and difficulty with speech and sound production.


The therapists treated Ed with respect and he loved them – he called them his girls.” – Patti Jeffries

“For patients with memory and cognition issues, we try and incorporate functional strategies in their therapy sessions,” Brehm said. “For example, we may have a patient read ads in the newspaper to mimic something they would do in their daily life. We ask them to try and recall what the ad said and see if they understand its meaning. We also use tools like calendars and planners if they are having trouble remembering things like doctors’ appointments.” Jeffries looked forward to his three-hour days with his outpatient team. “The therapists treated Ed with respect and he loved them – he called them ‘his girls,’” said Patti. “He would do all his prescribed exercises at home because he didn’t want to let them down.” Brehm says family involvement is always welcomed and encouraged in therapy. “Communicating with family members helps us better understand what’s going on at home – especially with our neurologicallyimpaired patients,” she said. “They aren’t always aware of their deficits, so family can help bring it to our attention. Family is also important as far as encouraging their loved one to do their therapy exercises at home and holding them accountable.” Different approaches are used based on whether a patient’s condition is acute or chronic. “For an acute patient, we want to help them regain the function they had before their illness or accident,” she said. “With chronic or progressive diseases, we can’t always gain function back, but we can try and maintain the function they have.” A new program being instituted at Madison Health, called Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT), can improve function in the voice for people with Parkinson’s disease. “The idea behind LVST is to train patients to self-generate an adequate amount of loudness to make their speech understood,” said Brehm.

Amy Brehm, MS, CCC-SLP

The treatment also improves respiratory, laryngeal and articulatory function to maximize speech intelligibility – improving the common problems of disordered articulation, diminished facial expression and impaired swallowing. Another new therapy being offered at Madison is voice restoration for those who’ve had their voice box removed (total laryngectomy) due to head or neck cancer. “This treatment involves a silicone valve prosthetic being placed in the trachea to allow air to enter the esophagus for a more natural sounding voice,” said Brehm. Dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing, is a debilitating condition that is also benefiting from a new therapy technique. Called VitalStim, the neuromuscular electrical stimulation device helps strengthen a person’s swallowing muscles. “We use VitalStim to help recruit a deeper contraction from the weaker muscle and make it stronger faster,” said Brehm. Research shows the earlier and more frequently a person does therapy, the better the outcome. “People take communication for granted,” said Brehm. “It’s just something we do and have always done. When it becomes impaired, it’s very challenging for the patient and family. I get a lot of satisfaction helping my patients and seeing them progress.” Ed now has most of his memory back and recently regained his driving privileges. “We credit his therapy team with helping him get back the skills he lost,” said Patti. “They were excellent.” For more information on Madison Health’s speech and language pathology services, call 740-845-7275. Madison Health n 7


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BU I L DING ON

The Building on Excellence Campaign was launched with a goal to raise $6 million to support Madison Health’s renovation and expansion project, the cornerstone of which is a 26,000 square foot addition on the southwest end of the campus. The project includes a new Emergency Department, Cancer Center, and space for medical specialists. It also includes a renovation of the Obstetrics Department, and new pre and post-op space for the Surgical Department. To date, we have raised nearly $3,500,000. For more information, or to make a pledge to the campaign, call the Madison Health Foundation at 740-845-7050. VISIONARY GIFT PLAN

Dr. & Mrs. Paul Chu Randy & Diane Crisp Dr. Shabana & Mr. Jaynul Dewani TJ & Connie Dwyer Dana Fisher, EberleFisher Funeral Home Daniel Kestner & Tyler Hicks Marvin & Jodi Homan Phil & Cathy Jordan Dr. Saleem & Farhana Khan Rod & Ginger Kronk London Kiwanis Club The Lynch Family Helen Meade* Dr. & Mrs. Koteswara Nalluri Dr. Steve & Elizabeth Olson Jennifer Piccione Dr. Jennifer & Mr. Rob Powell Mike & Donna Quilter Dr. Steven & Mary Richardson Barbara Cranston Rife Lois Robison Becky & Aden Rozell Jim & Diane Slagle Dan & Kelly Snyder Robert & Linda Snyder Tracy & Rich Stewart Tom & Cindy Stout Bonnie & Charles Stump Bob & Karen Waldeck Al & Angie Wilderman Jim & Mary Williamson Tim Wilson

$1,000,000+ George & Diane Byers

PACESETTER GIFT PLAN $500,000+ Stanley Electric

CHAIRMAN GIFT PLAN $250,000+ Madison Health Employees

FOUNDER GIFT PLAN $100,000+ The Alcott Families Diane & Pat Campbell Madison Health Auxiliary

LEADER GIFT PLAN $50,000+ AgLands Inc. Bob & Harriet Dana Dana & Cheryl Engle Paul & Kirsten Gross

BENEFACTOR GIFT PLAN $25,000+ Dr. & Mrs. Kamel Abraham Michael & Jennifer Browning Chris & Keely Carabin Dr. Gary & Mary Erdy FOE 950 Ed & Michele Goodyear Stanley Hanson Alan Homewood & Deb Goldach The Lukens Fund Dr. Robert & Anne McConnell Radiology Inc Dr. Mitchell & Sheri Spahn Dave & LaDonna Thomas

SILVER CIRCLE GIFT PLAN

GOLD CIRCLE GIFT PLAN $10,000+ Dr. George & Rose* Anderson Tom & Leslie Blincoe Mike & Pam Boerger Dr. & Mrs. Vinay Chitkara

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$5,000+ Bailey Cavalieri Marv Bernhardt Roberta Byerly Chaney & Thomas Insurance CIRES Electric Robin & Kevin Connolly Tom & Valerie Cox Diagnostic Pathology Associates

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Diane Kelley Pamela Kelley Mary Jo Kennedy Martha J. Kennell Dr. Michelle & Mr. Fred Khoury Alicia Kiger Gina Kim Amy King Amanda Kinney Mr. & Mrs. Pete Kitchen Misty Kline Don Knox Alex Kovaleski Aloma Krieger Kroger Co. Janie Ladley Patty Lamb Megan Lambert-Chamberlain Todd & Bridget Lane George Lassel Tori Leach Mr. & Mrs. Richard LeBeau Mr. Robert LeBeau, Jr. Maria Lee Marian Leslie-Cox Kristan Lewis Ron Lewis Barbara Lindsay Lori Litchfield Clarabel Littler Mr. & Mrs. George Lohstroh London Public Library Jodine Long Mandy Love Sarah Lowry Mr. & Mrs. David Lucas Charles Lutterloh Madison County Area Realty Assoc. Madison Co. Republican Women Madison Messenger Madison Plains Band Boosters Mr. & Mrs. David Maharrey Leanne Manring Mr. & Mrs. Doug Markley Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Marshall Tammy Martin Mr. & Mrs. James Martin Yessica Martinez Mr. & Mrs. Steven Maxwell Kelly Maynard Nicholas Maynard Dottie McCann Amanda McClure Robin McCoy Monica McDonald Cricket McFeeders

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IN HONOR OF: Becky Rozell Ms. Melanie Wilt IN MEMORY OF: Loreen Bennett Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bires Mr. John Butchko Mr. & Mrs. John Butchko Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Eklund Ms. Pamela Kelley

Mrs. Dottie McCann Ms. Betty Porter Mrs. Barbara Rife Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Taylor Sandra Buehl Mrs. Barbara Rife Tanner Dillon Mr. & Mrs. Donald Casto Ms. Bridget Jacob Mr. & Mrs. Jason Noble Mr. Tanner Williams

Donald F. Gaier Ms. Ann Doane Donna Hay Ms. Brenda Fitch Mr. & Mrs. Tom Reed John L. Henry Mr. & Mrs. Tim Peart Linda Houser Madison County Republican Women Ms. Betty Porter

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Madison Health’s expansion and renovation project scheduled to open December 2018.

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