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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.

Biancardi joins CMH Women’s Health Services

South Boston News
Janet Biancardi
Janet Biancardi, nurse practitioner, has joined the staff at CMH Women’s Health Services.

CMH earns Quality Respiratory Care recognition in national program

South Boston News
From left, Mike Simmons, Assistant Rehab Director; Donna Jarrell, Rehab Director; Patricia Hall-York, RRT; Wendy Burch, RRT; Pam Jordan, RRT; Robert Boyd, RRT
and Debbie Newman, director of quality

Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) in South Hill has earned Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of the respiratory care services available in hospitals.

Brooks to present health program for women

Vulcan Materials makes CMH donation

South Boston News
Vulcan Materials Company, a local aggregate company, has pledged support toward Community Memorial Healthcenter’s Capital Campaign.  At the CMH Radiothon held in October, Michael Carter, senior market manager for Vulcan Materials, presented CMH officials with a pledge that his company will donate  a minimum of $15,000 in building products for the project. Vulcan Materials Company is a current member of CMH Foundation’s The Cornerstone Society made up of CMH’s most generous supporters. With this new gift-in-kind pledge, Vulcan Materials will be honored as a Silver Level member ($25,000-$49,999) in The Cornerstone Society. From left, Faye Matthews, CMH Foundation vice president, Michael Carter, Vulcan Materials and Scott Burnette, president & CEO of Community Memorial Healthcenter.

Cleaton donates to CMH Capital Campaign

South Boston News
Judy Cleaton, owner of Pine View Assisted Living Facility and MC Kids and co-owner of Julee’s Dress Shop in South Hill is a loyal supporter of Community Memorial Healthcenter.  She supports CMH through personal donations and annual sponsorships of CMH fundraising events such as the Winterfest Reverse Raffle.  She recently made a major gift to support CMH’s 2012-13 Capital Campaign.   She has been a Cornerstone Level donor for a number of years (gifts of $10,000 or more) and she is a member of the CMH Foundation board of directors.  From left, Faye Matthews, VP/CMH Foundation, Scott Burnette, CMH president & CEO, and Cleaton.

CMH awarded Komen grant for cancer prevention, treatment

Community Memorial Healthcenter (CMH) in South Hill has been chosen for a ninth consecutive year as a grant recipient by Susan G. Komen for the Cure Richmond Affiliate. The grant funding process is very competitive, and CMH is the only organization that has been funded by the Central Virginia Affiliate, formerly the Richmond Affiliate, of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for nine consecutive years.

CMH program focuses on heart disease

Have you had a heart attack?

Palmore earns certification

South Boston News
Brenda Palmore
Brenda T. Palmore, CMPE, assistant vice president practice management and physician relations at Community Memorial Healthcenter, has earned the professional designation of Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) from the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE), the certification body of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).

CMH turns to NexTalk system to facilitate communications

Community Memorial Healthcenter utilizes many tools to ensure quality care is provided to all patients, even those with language and communication barriers. When someone needs medical attention, communication is key in providing the correct treatment for illness or injury. Simply pointing to where it hurts doesn’t work.

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