(l-r) Lou Ann Swallie, President, Jr. Women’s Club of Barnesville, Jan Chambers, Director of Development, Barnesville Hospital Foundation and Cindy Ferguson, Vice President, Jr. Women's Club of Barnesville.

The Junior Women’s Club of Barnesville has generously supported Barnesville Hospital’s new emergency department renovation and expansion project with a $2,000.00 gift to furnish the Physicians On Call Room.

(l-r) Steve Mercer, Doan Ford, Inc., General Manager; Janey Doan, President, Doan Ford, Inc. and David Phillips, CEO, Barnesville Hospital

Doan Ford has generously supported the Barnesville Hospital Emergency Department renovation and expansion project with a $10,000 gift. David Phillips, CEO, commented, “This gift is especially meaningful for us because of Rick Doan’s years of dedicated service to Barnesville Hospital and it helps to make his vision of a new Emergency Department become a reality. […]

Barnesville Hospital Offers Men’s Health Day

There is an ongoing, increasing, and predominantly silent crisis in the health and well-being of men. As part of Men’s Health Month, Barnesville Hospital will sponsor its 2nd Annual Men’s Health Day on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, beginning at 9:00 a.m. During this day, participants will receive a variety of screenings free of charge. Screenings can find diseases early, when they are easier to treat. They can also identify other problems and help lower the risk for many problems, such as heart disease.

Members of the Physical Therapy Department who will be assisting with the H2O Challege are Amity Starr and Jaime Temple

Looking for a challenging cardiovascular workout minus the impact of the floor? H2O Challenge is for you! With cooperation from the Village of Barnesville, Barnesville Hospital’s Rehabilitation Department is offering a water aerobics class taught by staff from the Physical Therapy Department. This class is a mixed intensity workout designed for all fitness levels. The participant is instructed through a range of exercises, done mostly vertically and without swimming, that create resistance work with a cardio focus.

Barnesville Hospital Offering Cancer Recovery Exercise Class

“Bridging the Gap” a six week exercise class designed specifically for cancer survivors will resume with another round of classes at Barnesville Hospital on Monday, June 15, 2015. This free class was made possible by funding through the American Cancer Society Virginia Gasaway Community Investment Grant.

Teen volunteer, Mallory Christman, received her 300 hour bar.

Barnesville Hospital’s dedicated volunteers were recognized on April 14, 2015 with a delicious meal provided by Annie K’s Restaurant. The theme for this year’s event was “Volunteers Make the World a Brighter Place.” Pastor Rodney West of the Barnesville Baptist Church gave the invocation and benediction. The volunteers enjoyed music provided by Mindy Wilson.

Barnesville Hospital Melvin Creeley Environmental Award Winner

The Ohio Hospital Association (OHA) has named Barnesville Hospital as a recipient of the Melvin Creeley Environmental Leadership Award for its efforts to reduce waste, prevent pollution, and comply with environmental regulations.

Barnesville Hospital ER Expansion/Renovation Requires Temporary Relocation of ER Entrance

As the Barnesville Hospital Emergency Department Addition/Renovation project moves into Phase II of construction, we will be temporarily relocating the Emergency Department Entrance.

Barnesville Hospital Celebrates “National Hospital Week”

From May 11th through May 15th, Barnesville Hospital will be joining the rest of the nation in observance of National Hospital Week. This year’s theme, “Where Miracles Happen Every Day,” is cause for celebration. Join us in thanking our employees who help make these miracles happen.

Barnesville Hospital Observes National Women’s Health Week

National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. In conjunction with this observance, Barnesville Hospital will sponsor a Women’s Health Day on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, beginning at 9:00 a.m. with the last appointment at 3:00 p.m. During this day, participants will receive many screenings free of charge. Screenings can find diseases early, when they are easiest to treat. They can also identify other problems and help lower the risk for many problems, such as heart disease.