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Health and Wellness

Radiation oncologist gives overview of CMH treatment at CMH

CMH and Massey Cancer Center have joined together to bring advanced cancer treatment through radiation therapy to the community.

CMH seeks Hospice volunteers

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding volunteer opportunity that will bring you much satisfaction? Community Hospice of Community Memorial Healthcenter is looking for compassionate men and women interested in being a part of a unique volunteer program in Southside Virginia.

CMH receives recognition for Excellence in Processes and Outcomes

South Boston News
Community Memorial Healthcenter recently received recognition and commendation for their participation in the 2011 Virginia SPQA Discovery Program, an award program for performance excellence. Participation in the SPQA (Senate Productivity and Quality Award) program for Virginia, an organizational self-assessment, shows their commitment to performance excellence. The U.S. Senate Productivity and Quality Award for Virginia (SPQA) is the Commonwealth’s premier awards program for performance excellence. For over 20 years, the SPQA performance excellence criteria have been used by hundreds of Virginia organizations to stay abreast of competition and to improve performance. Today’s business and government environment make it imperative that organizations focus on current challenges: openness and transparency in governance and ethics, the need to create value for customers, the challenge of rapid innovation, and capitalizing on knowledge assets. Deborah Newman, center, director of Quality and Performance Improvement at CMH accepts the award from Lin Rohr, SPQA board chair and Bob Hunt, of the National Baldridge program

CMH laboratory awarded accreditation

The Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) Main Laboratory has been awarded accreditation by the Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP), based on a recent onsite inspection.

CMH receives grant to support medication assistance program

Community Memorial Healthcenter has been awarded a continuation of RxRelief Virginia grant from the Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF), in the amount of $16,510 for the 2011/2012 grant year to support its Medication Assistance Program.

CMH plans holiday blood drive

Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) will host a blood drive for Virginia Blood Services on Thursday, Dec. 22 from 1-5:30 p.m. and Friday Dec. 23 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Education Center at CMH.

CMH Medical Oncology Services Transition

Beginning July 1, Community Memorial Healthcenter’s (CMH) medical oncology cancer care services will be provided by the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Massey Cancer Center, which is headquartered on the Medical College of Virginia (MCV) campus and delivers clinical oncology care through the VCU Health System (VCUHS) .

Christmas season gets underway at CMH with annual Window Painting Contest

South Boston News
Winners of the CMH Annual Window Painting Contest were awarded their prizes by CMH Vice-President of Patient Care Services during the Tree of Love Ceremony at CMH. From left: first place winner Payton Gwaltney from Park View High School, second place winner Elizabeth Evans from Brunswick High School and third place winner Dillon Whitlow from Park View High School.
The Christmas season is officially under way at Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) in South Hill once the windows are beautifully painted for the holidays. Each year CMH holds its annual Window Painting Contest for area high school students.

Dreading the holidays? CMH Hospice counseling event can help

Halloween through New Year’s Day is an exciting time of year and is normally associated with thoughts of happy times, warm loving feelings, being close to those you love, and optimistic thoughts of the future.

Weddle joins Center for Behavioral Health

South Boston News
Michelle Weddle, LPC, has joined the staff of Halifax Regional Health System’s Center for Behavioral Health, where she will be providing individual and group therapy for children and adults. From left, seated, Michelle Weddle, LPC and Rita Lynch, LPC. Standing, Ginger Jennings, administrative assistant and Kelly Hutchins, intake/marketing coordinator.
Michelle Weddle, licensed professional counselor, has recently joined the staff of Halifax Regional Health System’s Center for Behavioral Health (CBH.)

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