The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 9

THE BEACON 9 SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 Coshocton Regional Medical Center recognized for excellence Robert Bassett 9-25-1951 - 9-28-2010 I often sit and think of him when I am alone For memory is the only thing that grief can call its own. Sadly missed by wife Ann, daughter Roberta, son-in-law Shaun, granddaughter Sidney, brothers Richard, Dusty and Dale, sister-in-laws, family & friends 0069_092618 of compassionate, quality care to patients and better healthcare to communities. Coshocton Regional Medi- cal Center is a member of Prime Healthcare Foundation and serves the Eastern Central Ohio Region with high quality diagnostic, rehabilitation and acute healthcare services. For more information, please visit The American College of Cardiology is the profession- al home for the entire cardiovascular care team. The mission of the College and its more than 52,000 mem- bers is to transform cardiovascular care and to improve heart health. The ACC leads in the formation of health policy, standards and guidelines. The College operates national registries to measure and improve care, offers cardiovascular accreditation to hospitals and institu- tions, provides professional medical education, dissem- inates cardiovascular research and bestows credentials upon cardiovascular specialists who meet stringent qualifications. For more information about ACC Accreditation Ser- vices, visit, or call toll-free 1-877- 271-4176. C ustom E mbroidEry & V inyl G raphiCs • Mirror Etching • Signs and Banners • Window & Vehicle Lettering • Glass Etching • Screen Print & Heat Press • In-House Digitizing Contributed | Beacon 9am-5pm - Closed Thurs. - Fri. 9am-5pm 740-622-6528 Mon. - Wed. 1020 R Cedar St. - Coshocton Ohio Dennis G. Wood OUT WITH CABLE. IN WITH SAVINGS. Call your authorized DIRECTV dealer for details. 9/25/42 - 2/15/15 Westbasil LLC 336-378-5070 ©2018 AT&T Intellectual Property. In Loving Memory of attack each year. The most common symptom of a heart attack for both men and women is chest pain or discom- fort. However, women are more likely to have atypical symptoms including, but not limited to, tingling or discomfort in one or both arms , back, shoulder, neck or jaw; shortness of breath; cold sweat; unexplained exhaustion; heartburn-like feeling; nausea or vomiting; sudden dizziness and fainting. “When signs or symptoms of a heart attack occur, we strongly encourage patients to call 9-1-1,” said Josef D. Lowe, MD, Medical Director of Emergency Services at Coshocton Regional Medical Center. “The EMTs and Paramedics can initiate care and get you quickly to the hospital for assessment, medication, and further treat- ment as necessary. If you are experiencing a heart event, time matters and our goal is to provide national stan- dards of care quickly and efficiently to prevent damage to the heart muscle.” Coshocton Regional Medical Center is a member of the Prime Healthcare Foundation. Prime Healthcare hospitals are regularly recognized for high quality care and the health system is one of the fastest growing hos- pital systems in the United States. Coshocton Regional Medical Center is a 56-bed not-for-profit hospital in Coshocton, Ohio, providing 24- hour emergency and acute care services with a network of hospital-based physician clinics serving Coshocton and surrounding counties. Coshocton Regional Medical Center has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for accreditation by demonstrating compli- ance with national standards for health care quality and safety in hospitals, and holds as its mission the delivery In Memory of Samuel Foust October 30, 1917 - September 27, 2014 Death cannot long divide, For is it not as though the rose that climbed my garden wall Has blossomed on the other side? Death does hide, But not divide; Thou art but on Christ’s other side! Thou art with Christ, and Christ with me; In Christ united still are we. Through our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior Someday we shall be reunited, You, Mom and me. Love, Kathryn & Jeff Remembering you on your birthday Happy Trails Sweetheart Love You, COSHOCTON – The American College of Cardiology (ACC) has recognized Coshocton Regional Medical Center for its demonstrated expertise and commitment in treat- ing patients with chest pain. The hospital was awarded Chest Pain Center Accreditation in August based on rig- orous onsite evaluation of the staff’s ability to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients who may be experiencing a heart attack. Hospitals that have earned ACC Chest Pain Center Accreditation have proven exceptional competency in treating patients with heart attack symptoms. They have streamlined their systems from admission to evaluation to diagnosis and treatment and all the way through to appropriate post-discharge care, with recommenda- tions and assistance in patient lifestyle changes. Hospitals receiving Chest Pain Center Accreditation from the ACC must take part in a multi-faceted clin- ical process that involves completing a current-state analysis and implementing care processes that meet or exceed national standards of care, undergoing a rigor- ous onsite review, and monitoring for sustained success. Improved methods and strategies of caring for patients include streamlining processes, implementing of guide- lines and standards, and adopting best practices in the care of patients experiencing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. Facilities that achieve accreditation through the work of an organized a team of doctors, nurses, clinicians, EMS and other administrative staff reflect a strong commitment to efforts that lead to better patient education and improved patient outcomes. “Our Chest Pain Center Accreditation represents more than a year’s efforts in analyzing all aspects of chest pain care and the implementation of national standards that meet best practices for cardiac care,” said Stepha- nie D. Conn, Coshocton Regional Medical Center CEO. “Our accreditation verifies that we use the best meth- ods and practices in heart care to ensure our patients receive the right care at the right time to minimize heart damage and begin the journey to healing.” According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 730,000 Americans suffer a heart Sis, Bud & Marsha, Roy & April, Scott & Janet, Cissy & Aaron, Heather & Jon, Grandkids, Great Grandkids, Family & Friends and your special girl Josey.