King's Daughters has released its 2012 physician directory featuring more than 330 KDMC physicians, advanced practitioners, their specialties (over 50), office addresses and phone numbers.
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King’s Daughters Urgent Care Centers treat illnesses and injuries of adults and children who cannot wait for a traditional physician appointment but do not require the services of a hospital emergency department. At Urgent Care, patients are treated quickly – without an appointment – often in as little as 30 minutes.
King’s Daughters Medical Center on Monday unveiled a new mobile health unit to the Ashland community, which will be used to provide healthcare and screenings to business, industry and rural/isolated areas throughout KDMC’s service area. The new vehicle has been named The KDMC Auxiliary Mobile Health Unit, in honor of Auxiliary’s pledge of $150,000 to purchase the equipment. Total cost for the unit was $186,526.
King’s Daughters Medical Center will celebrate the opening of its newest location in Proctorville, Ohio, with an open house on Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 676 County Road 107.
Community members are invited to attend and meet the cardiologist Tina Sias, M.D., and family nurse practitioner Jan Rule - and participate in a free healthy heart with EKG screening.