Congratulations to Canal Fulton resident, Brooke Haslar, RN, Medical/Telemetry Unit, for being named Mercy’s Star Performer employee for November 2013. The Star Performer program is the hospital’s employee recognition and rewards program.
Topic: This “Sisters In Red” program will take place on Saturday, February 8th at Meyer’s Lake Ballroom. | Contact: Cindy Hickey
Cardiovascular disease kills nearly 500,000 African American women each year. Furthermore, only half of African American women are aware of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. Join us on February 8th to learn how to change these statistics!
Topic: Mercy Heart Center is local cause partner for Go Red for Women initiative | Contact: Cindy Hickey
For the second year in a row, Mercy Heart Center has partnered with the American Heart Association to serve as the 2014 local cause partner for the Go Red For Women initiative. Go Red for Women was created 11 years ago (six years locally) to fight the heart disease in women through education and research. Heart disease is the No.
Topic: Mercy Medical Center will offer a community Zumbathon, on February 1st, with proceeds benefiting the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Initiative | Contact: Cindy Hickey
Mercy Medical Center is inviting the community to a Red Hot Zumbathon, on Saturday, February 1st from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. inside Mercy Hall Auditorium. Zumba is the world’s largest dance fitness party with 14 million people taking Zumba classes in over 140,000 locations across the world.
Topic: Mosiya Mykhale McElroy, of Canton, is born at 12:02 a.m. on New Year’s Day | Contact: Cindy Hickey
At just two minutes after midnight on New Year’s Day, Mercy Medical Center welcomed the first baby born in 2014. Not only was Mosiya Mykhale McElroy the first New Year’s baby of Stark County, but, according to Fox 8 News in Cleveland, he was the first baby born in Northeast Ohio.
Topic: Mercy Thanks Its Supporters for Their Time, Talent & Resources in 2013 | Contact: Cindy Hickey
As we come to the close of 2013, all of us at Mercy would like to thank our supporters for their generosity and kindness. Through their giving of time, talent and resources, Mercy is able to continue its mission of quality, compassionate, accessible and affordable care for all who come to us.
Topic: Cutting Energy Use & Costs Reflects Hospital’s Long-term Commitment to Environmental Stewardship & Protecting the Local Communities It Serves | Contact: Cindy Hickey
Canton, Ohio: The main campus of Mercy Medical Center recently received its fifth consecutive ENERGY STAR certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Stark County, Ohio-based facility is one of only 10 hospitals in the U.S. to receive ENERGY STAR five years in a row.