Topic: Strasburg Resident Mark Peercy Becomes Area’s First to Undergo the Advanced Procedure | Contact: Cindy Hickey
Canton, Ohio: Mercy Medical Center Heart Center is again helping pioneer minimally invasive heart surgery in Ohio and the nation. Members of the hospital’s medical staff recently performed Northeast Ohio’s first hybrid revascularization, which combines the da Vinci® robotic single-vessel small thoracotomy (SVST) procedure with angioplasty.
Canton, Ohio: Mercy Service League will present its annual Harvest Ball on Saturday, Oct., 17 at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Proceeds from the gala themed, “I’ll Take Manhattan,” will help fund the renovation and expansion of Mercy Medical Center’s Emergency Department.
Canton, Ohio: Mercy Medical Center is offering free educational programs for the community to learn more about robotic assisted surgery and Mercy Heart Center’s commitment to complete heart care. If you or someone you love is in need of surgery, come learn more about robotic minimally invasive surgery (MIS) at a free community event to be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept.
Canton, Ohio: Mercy Sports Medicine offers three new youth conditioning programs to its sports enhancement training. Parents and their children are invited to a free open house to be held from 5–8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 8 and Tuesday, Sept. 15 at Mercy Health Center of North Canton.
Topic: Enhanced lab and radiology – including X-ray, mammography, ultrasound, bone density and mobile CT – will support on-site physicians and community | Contact: Cindy Hickey
Canton, Ohio: Mercy Medical Center recently announced plans to expand its services at Mercy Health Center of Louisville, located at 1302 West Main Street in Louisville. Construction at the facility will begin this month and is expected to finish by the end of the year.
Canton, Ohio: “Understanding Diabetes and the Role of an Alert Service Dog” is the topic of Mercy Medical Center’s pediatric diabetes support group to be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17 at Mercy Medical Center’s Ambulatory Care Center Auditorium. Diabetes alert service dogs are trained to identify the onset of hypoglycemia in people with insulin-dependent diabetes.