Galion Hospital opens pain/endovascular wing
Doctors and administrative staff at the Galion Community Hospital gathered Tuesday night for the grand opening of the Pain Management Center and the Endovascular Lab. Diagnostic procedures and operations will occur in this room, including blood clot removal, stint insertion and some catheterizations.
Another operating room in the remodeled section of the hospital will be used for procedures to reduce chronic back pain and other types of chronic pain. “This will probably be one of the best pain centers in the state,” said hospital CEO Jerry Morasko. Doctors in the pain management and endovascular departments began seeing patients in the remodeled wing last week.
Hospital staff cut the ribbon for the official opening. From left: Dr. Robert Gould, Dr. Ripal Parikh, Dr. Barry Zadeh, remodel architect Dan Seckel, Jerry Morasko, Avita board member Charles Walker, Pain Mgmt. Group CEO John Bookmyer, Fifth Third Bank healthcare relationship manager Matt Mazza and Galion Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Joe Kleinknecht.
Posted by Sarah Einselen
on Oct 27 2011.
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