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Need help getting to a doctor appointment?

South East Area Transit (SEAT) offers transportation to medical appointments throughout Muskingum, Guernsey and Noble counties.

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Southeastern Med is being honored in January by the Healthy Business Council of Ohio for utilizing healthy worksite practices.

Now in their 15th year, the Healthy Worksite Awards celebrate Ohio employers who demonstrate a commitment to employee wellness through comprehensive worksite health promotion and wellness programs.

Southeastern Med, Dickens Village and Tux & Stuff have joined together in 2018 to offer the first annual “No Shave November” Men’s Health Month celebration.

CAMBRIDGE, OHGuernsey Health Systems announced today that they have voted to enter into a five-year management agreement with OhioHealth Corporation to provide leadership and daily management for Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center beginning October 10th.

Through the agreement, OhioHealth will provide management oversight for the hospital and three senior leadership positions, while Southeastern Med will remain fully independent. The Guernsey Health Systems and the Southeastern Med boards will retain fiduciary responsibility and decision making authority for the hospital.

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High school students interested in careers in the medical field are invited to register for Southeastern Med’s Medical Explorers program.

Medical Explorers offers students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to learn about a variety of careers in medicine directly from healthcare professionals and participate in hands-on activities designed to help them get acquainted with a specific part of the medical field.

The cost to participate is $36 per student, which includes three monthly learning sessions.

picoma photo 700 x 350Picoma Industries, a division of Zekelman Industries, was pleased to donate $50,000 towards Southeastern Med’s Capital Campaign, A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing, on behalf of their employees.

“Unfortunately, cancer touches every family one way or another and this donation, along with others, will hopefully go a long way in treating this terrible disease,” said Saling.

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Southeastern Med has expanded its affiliation with OhioHealth to provide cardiology services in Cambridge, including cardiovascular disease management, holter and event monitoring, pacemaker and defibrillator checks, and vascular consults.

Dr. Bill Kumler 286 x 400Southeastern Med has welcomed a new orthopedic surgeon to its hospital, Bill Kumler, M.D.

Dr. Kumler comes to Southeastern Med after being with the Meadowview Orthopedic Care Center in Maysville, KY. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Dr. Kumler also served as an instructor for orthopedic residents and medical students at Mount Carmel Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH.

Dr. Kumler is a fellow of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

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The U.S. Bank Foundation has made a donation to Southeastern Med’s $4 million Capital Campaign for A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing.

“U.S. Bank is pleased to support the Southeastern Med campaign for A New Cancer Center, making a positive impact on the community in which we live and work. Our commitment to support the Cancer Center campaign is truly an investment in the future of Southeastern Med and the health and care of the citizens of Southeast Ohio,” said East.

RotaryCambridge, Ohio – The Cambridge Rotary Foundation has made a donation to Southeastern Med’s $4 million Capital Campaign for A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing.

“As the Rotary Foundation President, I am pleased that the Foundation, dedicated to support worthy projects that benefit Cambridge and the surrounding Guernsey County communities, has pledged $10,000 per year for $50,000 over the next 5 years to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center Cancer Center, “said Clint Born, Rotary Foundation President.