Fellow community members:
I’ve served as CEO of Clinton Memorial Hospital for three years now, and I can say with complete confidence, that this is a health system we can all be proud of. We’re honored to care for our family, friends, and neighbors and bring world-class care right here to Clinton County.
I wanted to share a few highlights with you. Last year we made a $2 million investment in upgrading our cardiac cath lab and interventional suite. The renovation will allow CMH to perform minimally-invasive interventional cardiology, vascular surgery, and interventional radiology procedures to treat a wide range of medical conditions, and enables CMH to begin providing emergency cardiology services to the area with a 24/7 STEMI program designed to care for patients stricken with the most serious of heart attacks.
Our Mother-Baby Care Unit continues to grow; we added two new OB/GYN’s and Certified Nurse Midwife to our service line in 2020.
Last year we also invested $3 million in a new Endoscopy Suite within our Same Day Care Unit. The newly renovated Endoscopy Suite will now allow patients to receive all of their care in one convenient location, from registration and pre-procedure care through recovery and discharge.
As we’ve made patient care our top priority, we’ve also worked around the clock to develop the kinds of partnerships and affiliations that will best serve the evolving needs of our patients and our community.
And there’s more to come in 2021!
We’re recruiting more specialists to our medical staff, as we grow to meet the healthcare needs of our region. And we’re doing all of this with your care, safety, and comfort as our highest priorities.
I could not be more proud of the way our team persevered in 2020. We’re honored to care for this community and consider it our greatest responsibility.
I want to thank all of those who have played a crucial part in CMH’s lifetime.
At the end of the day, it’s the people, who serve selflessly over so many years, who make this place what it is.
Chief Executive Officer