A few of the Birthing Center’s RNs are pictured holding the plaque displaying the names of the Staff that are C-EFM.
The following Nurses have achieved the C-EFM:
Ashley Clagg, Jodi Cook, April Green, Heather Griffith, Kelsey Hammond, Darcell Jones, Nicole Kemmer, Jennifer Mast, Erika Myers, Brittany Tutorow, April Goodwin, Courtney Lambert, Lesley Ruggles, Brenda Spearman, Ericka Stauffer, Lisa Stull, Rena Waddill and Joanne Yates, Director.… Read full story
Key Behavior Services is looking to hire one or two Behavior Technician’s for 10-25 hours per week. Hours can be flexible, but having availability at least 4 days a week is a requirement. We are looking for someone able to work in the Fredericktown area.
With the recent news about the Coronavirus that originated in China, many potential travelers are nervous about making plans to leave the country. Travel insurance can give consumers peace of mind by protecting their purchase against potential cancelled flights or changed itineraries.… Read full story
Senator Urging Navistar to Keep Jobs in Springfield, Demanding Answers as to Why the Company Shifted USPS Truck Production to Mexico
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is urging Navistar to return full production of United States Postal Service (USPS) trucks back to its Springfield, OH facility, after the company laid off nearly 300 workers at the plant.… Read full story
(WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today signed a bill that eliminates certain employment barriers for military families stationed in Ohio.
Senate Bill 7, sponsored by Senator Bob Hackett (R-London) and Senator Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering), gives military members and their spouses better employment opportunities by simplifying the process to transfer their occupational licenses to Ohio.… Read full story
Senior Meggan Bartok, a four-year starter, scored her 1,000 point on Saturday against Cardington High School. Bartok, who leads the team in scoring, rebounding, and assists, is only the fourth player in the history of the Lady Bulldog program to achieve this amazing feat.… Read full story
A Phase 1 clinical trial testing the safety and effectiveness of a monoclonal antibody (mAb) against malaria has begun enrolling healthy adult volunteers at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The trial, sponsored by NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is the first to test mAb CIS43LS in humans.… Read full story