commission on cancer accredited program logoThe Cancer Program at Southeastern Med has been granted a three-year Accreditation from the Commission on Cancer (CoC) of the American College of Surgeons (ACoS).

The accreditation followed an onsite evaluation by a physician surveyor that focused on cancer committee leadership, data management, research, clinical services, quality improvement and outreach in the community.


Although it’s the leading cause of disability in the U.S., arthritis is often misunderstood.
More than 50 million adults and 300,000 children in America have one of the 100 types of arthritis. Arthritis is most common in women and in older adults of both sexes. Osteoarthritis is the most common type, affecting 31 million people.

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which is a perfect time to know what to look for to save the lives of you and your loved ones.

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime, and nearly five million people receive treatment for skin cancer each year.

SEORMC poker run

You don’t have to own a motorcycle to take part in a poker run, and you don’t have to have breast cancer to participate in the 8th Annual Armed Forced of America MC Breast Cancer Awareness Poker Run and Event.

SEORMC volunteers 2018

Pictured L-R: VP Clinical Services/Chief Nursing Officer Angie Long, Buzz Ferguson, Tom Cahoon, Jean Morgan, Volunteer Coordinator Rita Nolan, Donna Ferguson and Jim Ferguson.

Southeastern Med capped off the 2018 National Volunteer Week with a special dinner Tuesday evening to celebrate the service of our dedicated volunteers. The meal was served by the hospital management team and all hospital departments honored the volunteers throughout the week of April 15-21.

Pictured above are several outstanding volunteers who were recognized for their continual gifts of time and talent over the years.

lifeline quilt

Pictured: Denise Phillips, Southeastern Med, proudly stands with the Lifeline of Ohio Donor Quilt.

Lifeline of Ohio Donor Memorial Quilts connect the past to the present, honoring donation heroes whose single gift may have saved eight lives and/or healed the lives of 50 others through organ, eye and tissue donation.

Donor families create memory squares and include pictures of their loved ones, quotes and meaningful symbols, making each panel unique. Individual donors featured on the twelve Lifeline of Ohio Donor Quilts have offered others the chance to survive and improve the quality of their lives as an organ or tissue transplant recipient.

Southeastern Med is pleased to honor the heroes of donation by displaying this quilt in its lobby. Each Lifeline of Ohio Donor Quilt is a visual testament to the human spirit that embodies organ and tissue donation.