Akron Children’s named one of best places to work


Akron Children’s named one of best places to work

AKRON

Akron Children’s Hospital has been recognized by ERC as one of Northeast Ohio’s 99 best places to work. NorthCoast 99 annually recognizes 99 great workplaces for top talent in Northeast Ohio. ERC is an area organization dedicated to human resources practices, programs and services.

“The fact that our employees think so highly of our organization and each other is humbling,” said Rhonda Larimore, chief human resources officer at Akron Children’s. “Their passion for serving children and families is what drives our culture. Their feedback from surveys like this guides our leadership team in providing a work environment that honors their commitment,” Larimore said.

Warren SCOPE to host medicare presentations

WARREN

The Warren SCOPE Center in the YWCA building, 375 N. Park Ave., is offering free Medicare health care presentations Oct. 1-5 with one health care company or topic being discussed each day.

The Medicare and Health Insurance Review is at 10 a.m. each day: Oct 1 is Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield; Oct. 2 is Aetna/Coventry; Oct. 3 is senior dental, optical and hearing options; Oct. 4 is Humana; and Oct. 5 is United Health Care. There is a question and answer period after each presentation, and light refreshments will be served.

OSU’s medical center does it’s 1st living-donor liver transplant

COLUMBUS

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Comprehensive Transplant Center has performed its first living-donor liver transplant surgery. The addition of living liver transplant services gives adults with end-stage liver disease an option to improve their health and reduce their time on the transplant wait-list, officials said.

In a living liver donation, a portion of a healthy donor’s liver is transplanted into the recipient after the removal of the diseased liver. Because the liver has the ability to regenerate, the livers in the donor and recipient grow back to 85 to 90 percent of the original size and regain full function within six to eight weeks.

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