Kathy Henne: Make your move

You know it takes planning and preparation to sell your home, and the same applies to making a purchase. But whether buying or selling, you’ll also have to put a lot of thought into moving day. After you’ve gotten in-home estimates from professional moving companies and made your choice, start packing!

Boosalis named to Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives

DAYTON – Premier Health is proud to announce that its president and CEO, Mary Boosalis, has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of its 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives.

Matthew Ross, FNP, joins Upper Valley Family Medicine

PIQUA – Matthew Ross, FNP, is joining Upper Valley Family Medicine, a Premier Physician Network practice. Ross received his Bachelors of Science-Nursing from Ohio University, and his Masters of Science-Nursing (FNP) from Walden University.

Premier achieves system-wide accreditation

DAYTON — Premier Health is the first health system in Ohio and second in the nation to achieve system-wide Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA). This distinction from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) recognizes emergency departments that provide excellent care for older adults.

Long-time Piqua resident, Pioneer Electric employee wins national award

MIAMI VALLEY — Pioneer’s Vice President and Chief Communications Officer Nanci McMaken of Piqua was awarded the LaBerge Award for Excellence in Strategic Communication.

Edison State responds to workforce needs with new programs

MIAMI VALLEY — Edison State Community College is working to meet the needs of the regional workforce, offering various new career-ready degree options in Agricultural Maintenance, Graphic Design, and Web Design. Additionally, the college has developed Equipment Service, Interactive Media, and Paramedic one-year certificates, along with several short-term technical certificate programs that give students the skills needed to enter a new career field or advance in their current role.

Growth in sleep studies helps more people address issues

TROY — The growing use of home sleep studies along with traditional sleep center testing is allowing more people to identify and address issues that might affect both their sleep and, more generally, their health.

Troy Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center offers thanks

TROY — During these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic, Troy Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center has been able to keep the patients, residents, and...

Armstrong Dentistry welcomes new associate

TROY — Dr. Mark Armstrong and the staff at Armstrong Dentistry would like to welcome their new associate, Dr. Beth Francis, to their offices.“Beth...

Isaiah Industries manufacturing materials for face masks

PIQUA – Isaiah Industries, a roofing manufacturer based out of Piqua, has recently pivoted its core business from roofing materials to face masks during...