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Southeastern Med will host a community health screening on Friday, June 26 from 7-9 a.m. for individuals ages 18 and older at the New Concord Village Hall in New Concord.
Southeastern Med invites cancer survivors, caregivers, family members, and friends to celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day (NCSD). The 28th annual event will take place on Sunday, June 7th at 1 p.m. at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center, 7033 Glenn Highway in Cambridge. Registration will begin at noon. “Survivor” is the theme of this year’s celebration.
Pictured are (l to r) Columbia “Buffy” Shepard and Dr. Nabiel AlKhouri, oncologist at Southeastern Med’s Cambridge Regional Cancer Center. Shepard recently donated a painting created by her husband, Mike, a former patient at the Cancer Center. Shepard’s husband was an avid painter in his free time and especially enjoyed painting wildlife. During his treatment at the Cancer Center, he noticed a need for realistic art to be displayed and Buffy thought it would be fitting to donate such a painting. She commented, “I’m pleased to donate this painting in Mike’s honor and in appreciation for all of the kind souls who took care of him during his treatments. Now, Mike can be proud of his work being displayed where so many can enjoy it.”
When Jacqueline Tresl Martin’s mammogram and ultrasound revealed a suspicious lump and she needed a lumpectomy, she had a choice to make: Southeastern Med or Genesis.
The 14th Annual Health Screening event sponsored by Southeastern Med and the Byesville Rotary was successful again this year. The event was attended by 96 participants from numerous area towns. Pictured below are Byesville Rotary members and Southeastern Med associates who served our community at the event.