The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course is designed for healthcare providers who either direct or participate in the resuscitation of adult patients, whether in or out of the hospital. The goal of this course is to improve outcomes for adult patients of cardiac arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies through early recognition and interventions by high-performance teams.

Through didactic instruction and active participation in simulated cases, students will enhance their skills in the recognition and intervention of cardiopulmonary arrest, immediate post-cardiac arrest, acute arrhythmia, stroke, and acute coronary syndromes.

The goal of this course is to improve outcomes for adult patients of cardiac arrest and other cardiopulmonary emergencies through early recognition and interventions by high-performance teams. Please contact Denise Phillips, MSN RNBC, at 740-435-2710 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested.

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According to the Autism Society, 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Autism is a developmental disability that typically appears during early childhood and affects one’s social, communication and behavioral skills. Behaviors associated with ASD include delayed language skills; inability to make eye contact and hold conversations; difficulty with reasoning and planning; and poor motor skills.

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April is National Donate Life Month, making it the perfect time to become an organ donor.

More than 114,000 people in the U.S. – including 3,000 in Ohio – are awaiting an organ transplant, according to Donate Life Ohio. Another person is added to this list every 10 minutes, and nearly 20 Americans die each day awaiting transplant.

Polls show 95% of Americans are in favor of being a donor, although only 54% are registered. A single organ donor can save up to eight lives. A cornea donation can restore sight for two people, and a tissue donor can help heal up to 75 people.

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Testicular cancer can be detected in males of all ages, with 1 in 250 men being diagnosed with it during their lifetime. It is the most common type of cancer found in men aged 15 to 35.

This cancer can form as a tumor in one or both testicles. Most testicular cancer tumors are metastatic, meaning they can spread to other organs including the lymph system, lungs and brain.

Nearly 8,850 American men are diagnosed with the cancer each year, with more than 400 dying from it, according to the Testicular Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society states the average age of diagnosis is 33, with Caucasian men being about five times more likely to develop testicular cancer than African Americans. Hispanic men are diagnosed at a rate between that of Caucasians and African Americans.

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April is designated as Occupational Therapy Month, helping raise awareness of what occupational therapy is and who can benefit from this service.

When a health situation interferes with a person’s ability to perform daily tasks, occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistants can answer the “Now what?” question. They help people who are recovering from an injury, illness or other health condition re-learn or improve their performance of activities that are part of their daily routines. They also serve the needs of pediatric patients from birth on to help them meet physical development milestones.

Dr. Mary LikoCambridge, Ohio – Southeastern Med has welcomed a new family doctor to its hospital – Mary Lilko, DO.

The Columbus native earned her Doctor of Osteopathy from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has been practicing since 2001 and has experience in primary care, urgent care, emergency care and occupational health.