It's a proven fact, colonoscopies save lives.
We believe they are so important, we've reduced the cost by up to 30%.
Since its formation more than a year ago, the Hunger Solutions Taskforce of the Mid-Ohio Valley has helped educate over 400 Marietta-area school children about the importance of proper nutrition and healthy living.
The Marietta High School Varsity Girls Basketball Team wanted to make a positive difference in their community and take a stand against cancer. They accomplished this by hosting a “Pink Out” during their basketball game against Cambridge High School on January 22nd, 2014.
The physicians and clinicians at Memorial Health System’s Wound Care Center use leading edge therapies to reintroduce the body's innate ability to heal chronic wounds. One state-of-the-art therapy being used to save limbs from amputation updates the folk wisdom that fresh air cures anything.
The region’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman program has partnered with Harmar Place Rehabilitation & Extended Care to highlight the importance of care that is person-centered. The opportunity will highlight the importance of listening to residents who live in nursing homes and developing care plans that focus on individuals’ preferences.
Memorial Health System is proud to have Marietta High School seniors, Justin Warner and Kirsten Godard, as Blood Drive Student Ambassadors. Together they organized an event that featured Brad Bayles, phlebotomist at Marietta Memorial Hospital as the speaker.
The health of our community is important to us. We’re seeing an expected increase in flu cases during this flu season and want to protect our patients and community.
We've partnered with the leader in online health libraries, Krames Staywell, to bring you a new and improved library.
Healthgrades America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Coronary Intervention™ for two years in a row (2013 -2014).
Top 10% in Nation for Women's Health 2013. Five-Star Recipient for Women's Health 2013.
You're in healing hands with Strecker Cancer Center in Marietta and Belpre.
ER and Physicians Care Express wait times are approximate and provided for informational purposes only. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.
Our wait times are updated every 15 minutes. The wait time provided displays the amount of time (in minutes) that it takes for a patient to see a qualified medical professional from the time of their arrival at the Emergency Room or Physicians Care Express location. The wait time displayed represents a rolling-average of the previous 120-minutes for all patients who are currently visiting our Emergency Room or Physicians Care Express locations.