Press Releases

Press Releases

Press Releases

Sep 16, 2010

Mercy to Present Program on PAD

Topic: Dr. Jeffrey Prem, Vascular Surgeon at Mercy Medical Center, will present community lecture on Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) | Contact: Cindy Hickey

Canton, Ohio: Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) affects about 8 million American men and women over the age of 40. Usually caused by atherosclerosis, PAD narrows arteries in the legs, limiting blood flow to the muscles. Join Mercy vascular surgeon, Jeffrey Prem, M.D., as he presents a community health lecture entitled, “PAD: Understanding Your Risk and Treatment Options”, on Thursday, September

Sep 15, 2010

Mercy Health Center of Carroll County Offers Low-Cost Blood Screenings Sept. 24

Topic: Know Your Numbers | Contact: Cindy Hickey

 

Sep 14, 2010

Mercy's Free Grief Support Group Begins Oct. 5

Topic: Not Available | Contact: Cindy Hickey

Canton, Ohio: Loss through death is certainly a human experience, but the pain of grief is unlike any other pain. Mercy Grief Support Services is offering Seeds of Hope, a free bereavement support group to help members begin the journey towards healing and wholeness.

Sep 08, 2010

Mercy is Collection Site for Prescription Drug Take Back Initiative Sept. 25

Topic: Not Available | Contact: Cindy Hickey

Canton, Ohio: To help prevent the misuse of prescription drugs and address the safety and health hazards of pharmaceutical waste, Mercy Medical Center is partnering with the Stark County Sheriff's Office and Canton City Police Department to serve as a collection site for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) first ever nationwide Prescription Drug “Take-Back” Initiative on S

Sep 06, 2010

Mercy Sponsors FREE Medicare Options Event Sept. 14

Topic: Not Available | Contact: Cindy Hickey

 

Sep 02, 2010

Mercy’s Driver Rehabilitation Program Offers AAA Mature Drivers Class

Topic: Not Available | Contact: Cindy Hickey

 

Sep 02, 2010
Aug 31, 2010

National Prostate Cancer Screening Program Offers Free Testing

Topic: Not Available | Contact: Cindy Hickey

Canton, Ohio: More than 217,000 men in 2010 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and 32,050 will die from the disease. The good news: with early detection, prostate cancer is one of the more treatable forms of cancer, and studies have shown regular prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood testing reduces prostate cancer deaths by 44 percent.

Aug 27, 2010

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