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News Article | May 15, 2017
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May is nationally recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association as stroke awareness month. Stroke is a serious disease that ranks fifth in causes of death and disability when compared to heart disease, cancer, respiratory diseases and accidents. Most strokes are preventable and if treated quickly may make the difference between life and death - or the difference between a full recovery and long-term disability such as paralysis on one side of the body, speech or vision problems or memory loss. When a stroke happens, every second counts – as in the case of David Denmark. David, a 48 year-old homicide detective in Miami-Dade, was at a restaurant one evening when he experienced sudden stroke symptoms.  “All of a sudden I couldn’t move … I couldn’t open my eyes because of the vertigo…and then it went downhill fast, really fast,” he says. He was transported to Baptist Hospital’s Comprehensive Stroke Center where he was met by an expert team led by Sergio Jaramillo, M.D. “When Mr. Denmark entered the Center, we obtained a CT of the brain, assessed him neurologically and came up with a score that tells us how severe the neurological deficit is,” Dr. Jaramillo said, a neurologist with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.  “If the patient presents within three hours, we can consider them a good candidate for TPA like Mr. Denmark.” TPA is a clot buster, a medicine that breaks up the clot wherever it may be. According to Dr. Jaramillo, David responded remarkably well and within 24 hours all of his neurological symptoms had resolved and there was no evidence he would have any permanent effect on his quality of life. “Every day I wake up and I can move freely. I constantly think what it could have been like. I know how lucky I am,” David says. Dr. Jaramillo goes on to say that “If he hadn’t come to our comprehensive stroke center, there likely would have been some kind of permanent neurological deficit and would have had a negative effect on his quality of life”. That’s why the Joint Commission, which accredits U.S. healthcare organizations, along with the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, have maintained a unique alliance since 2003 to promote stroke care in hospitals across the nation. More than two years ago, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, joined an elite group of facilities in the United States to be designated by the commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. The Joint Commission’s highest level of stroke care, an Advanced Certification, is awarded to those hospitals that have specific abilities to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases. To achieve its status as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, Baptist Hospital underwent a rigorous onsite review by Joint Commission experts. The hospital was shown to have the necessary requirements, including: This month, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center was awarded the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s top award: Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognizes commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center offers comprehensive and innovative techniques to diagnose and treat the brain, spine and nervous system. Designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, the Center’s philosophy is to provide the most effective care in the least invasive manner. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center is part of Baptist Health South Florida, the largest healthcare organization in the region, with seven hospitals (Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Mariners Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital), nearly 50 outpatient and urgent care facilities, Baptist Health Medical Group, Baptist Health Quality Network and internationally renowned centers of excellence. A not-for-profit organization supported by philanthropy and committed to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence, Baptist Health has approximately 16,000 employees and 2,300 affiliated physicians. Baptist Health South Florida has been recognized by Fortune as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America and by Ethisphere as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. For more information, visit BaptistHealth.net and connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/BaptistHealthSF and on Twitter and Instagram @BaptistHealthSF. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/abe1c9c9-32b0-45af-9300-37f685dc0625


News Article | May 15, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

May is nationally recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association as stroke awareness month. Stroke is a serious disease that ranks fifth in causes of death and disability when compared to heart disease, cancer, respiratory diseases and accidents. Most strokes are preventable and if treated quickly may make the difference between life and death - or the difference between a full recovery and long-term disability such as paralysis on one side of the body, speech or vision problems or memory loss. When a stroke happens, every second counts – as in the case of David Denmark. David, a 48 year-old homicide detective in Miami-Dade, was at a restaurant one evening when he experienced sudden stroke symptoms.  “All of a sudden I couldn’t move … I couldn’t open my eyes because of the vertigo…and then it went downhill fast, really fast,” he says. He was transported to Baptist Hospital’s Comprehensive Stroke Center where he was met by an expert team led by Sergio Jaramillo, M.D. “When Mr. Denmark entered the Center, we obtained a CT of the brain, assessed him neurologically and came up with a score that tells us how severe the neurological deficit is,” Dr. Jaramillo said, a neurologist with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.  “If the patient presents within three hours, we can consider them a good candidate for TPA like Mr. Denmark.” TPA is a clot buster, a medicine that breaks up the clot wherever it may be. According to Dr. Jaramillo, David responded remarkably well and within 24 hours all of his neurological symptoms had resolved and there was no evidence he would have any permanent effect on his quality of life. “Every day I wake up and I can move freely. I constantly think what it could have been like. I know how lucky I am,” David says. Dr. Jaramillo goes on to say that “If he hadn’t come to our comprehensive stroke center, there likely would have been some kind of permanent neurological deficit and would have had a negative effect on his quality of life”. That’s why the Joint Commission, which accredits U.S. healthcare organizations, along with the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, have maintained a unique alliance since 2003 to promote stroke care in hospitals across the nation. More than two years ago, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, joined an elite group of facilities in the United States to be designated by the commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. The Joint Commission’s highest level of stroke care, an Advanced Certification, is awarded to those hospitals that have specific abilities to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases. To achieve its status as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, Baptist Hospital underwent a rigorous onsite review by Joint Commission experts. The hospital was shown to have the necessary requirements, including: This month, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center was awarded the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s top award: Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognizes commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center offers comprehensive and innovative techniques to diagnose and treat the brain, spine and nervous system. Designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, the Center’s philosophy is to provide the most effective care in the least invasive manner. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center is part of Baptist Health South Florida, the largest healthcare organization in the region, with seven hospitals (Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Mariners Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital), nearly 50 outpatient and urgent care facilities, Baptist Health Medical Group, Baptist Health Quality Network and internationally renowned centers of excellence. A not-for-profit organization supported by philanthropy and committed to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence, Baptist Health has approximately 16,000 employees and 2,300 affiliated physicians. Baptist Health South Florida has been recognized by Fortune as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America and by Ethisphere as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. For more information, visit BaptistHealth.net and connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/BaptistHealthSF and on Twitter and Instagram @BaptistHealthSF. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/abe1c9c9-32b0-45af-9300-37f685dc0625


News Article | May 15, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

May is nationally recognized by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association as stroke awareness month. Stroke is a serious disease that ranks fifth in causes of death and disability when compared to heart disease, cancer, respiratory diseases and accidents. Most strokes are preventable and if treated quickly may make the difference between life and death - or the difference between a full recovery and long-term disability such as paralysis on one side of the body, speech or vision problems or memory loss. When a stroke happens, every second counts – as in the case of David Denmark. David, a 48 year-old homicide detective in Miami-Dade, was at a restaurant one evening when he experienced sudden stroke symptoms.  “All of a sudden I couldn’t move … I couldn’t open my eyes because of the vertigo…and then it went downhill fast, really fast,” he says. He was transported to Baptist Hospital’s Comprehensive Stroke Center where he was met by an expert team led by Sergio Jaramillo, M.D. “When Mr. Denmark entered the Center, we obtained a CT of the brain, assessed him neurologically and came up with a score that tells us how severe the neurological deficit is,” Dr. Jaramillo said, a neurologist with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.  “If the patient presents within three hours, we can consider them a good candidate for TPA like Mr. Denmark.” TPA is a clot buster, a medicine that breaks up the clot wherever it may be. According to Dr. Jaramillo, David responded remarkably well and within 24 hours all of his neurological symptoms had resolved and there was no evidence he would have any permanent effect on his quality of life. “Every day I wake up and I can move freely. I constantly think what it could have been like. I know how lucky I am,” David says. Dr. Jaramillo goes on to say that “If he hadn’t come to our comprehensive stroke center, there likely would have been some kind of permanent neurological deficit and would have had a negative effect on his quality of life”. That’s why the Joint Commission, which accredits U.S. healthcare organizations, along with the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, have maintained a unique alliance since 2003 to promote stroke care in hospitals across the nation. More than two years ago, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center, joined an elite group of facilities in the United States to be designated by the commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. The Joint Commission’s highest level of stroke care, an Advanced Certification, is awarded to those hospitals that have specific abilities to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases. To achieve its status as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, Baptist Hospital underwent a rigorous onsite review by Joint Commission experts. The hospital was shown to have the necessary requirements, including: This month, Baptist Hospital in conjunction with Baptist Health Neuroscience Center was awarded the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s top award: Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus. The award recognizes commitment to providing the most appropriate stroke treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center offers comprehensive and innovative techniques to diagnose and treat the brain, spine and nervous system. Designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, the Center’s philosophy is to provide the most effective care in the least invasive manner. Baptist Health Neuroscience Center is part of Baptist Health South Florida, the largest healthcare organization in the region, with seven hospitals (Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children’s Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Homestead Hospital, Mariners Hospital, South Miami Hospital and West Kendall Baptist Hospital), nearly 50 outpatient and urgent care facilities, Baptist Health Medical Group, Baptist Health Quality Network and internationally renowned centers of excellence. A not-for-profit organization supported by philanthropy and committed to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence, Baptist Health has approximately 16,000 employees and 2,300 affiliated physicians. Baptist Health South Florida has been recognized by Fortune as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in America and by Ethisphere as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. For more information, visit BaptistHealth.net and connect with us on Facebook at facebook.com/BaptistHealthSF and on Twitter and Instagram @BaptistHealthSF. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/abe1c9c9-32b0-45af-9300-37f685dc0625


NEW YORK, May 03, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The American Health Council has chosen Dr. Amanda D. Maynard, Internist at Ohio Health, as one of the "Best Doctor's in America" for 2017. Recognized for her knowledge and expertise in Internal Medicine, Adult Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation, Dr. Maynard has been awarded the "Leaders in Medicine" award among Ohio doctors. Selection for the American Health Council’s “Leaders in Medicine” award is reserved for those individuals who have exhibited exemplary conduct in their field. These doctors and medical educators serve as the guiding light for advancement from the classroom to the consultation room to the operating room. Only those who master the key roles that drive patient care — advocate, collaborator, communicator, decision maker, expert, manager, scholar — are deserving to be named the “Best Doctors in America.” With experience in the field of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard offers valuable insight in her role as Internist at Ohio Health. Established in Ohio in 1891, Ohio Health is a non-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organization. Focused on the improvement of the community through the delivery of quality, convenient, and timely healthcare, Ohio Health was named to the 2013 Top Hospital list from the Leapfrog Group. Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard’s day-to-day responsibilities include chronic acute care for patients age 16 and up tackling hypertension, diabetes, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and osteopathic medicine. Maintaining consecutive recognition as the Best Doctors in America for 2015 and 2016, Dr. Maynard has completed a fellowship with the American College of Physicians, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine. Following graduation with her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007, Dr. Maynard completed an internship in 2008 and residency in Internal Medicine at Doctors Hospital in 2010. Dr. Maynard maintains membership with the American College of Physicians, The American Osteopathic Association, The Ohio Osteopathic Association, The American College of Osteopathic Internists, and The American Board of Osteopathic Internal Medicine. Looking back, Dr. Maynard attributes her success to her dedication, strong work ethic, and the support from her parents who helped her to be involved in the medical field at a young age. Dr. Maynard chose the field of Internal Medicine after working at the front desk of a hospital in high school and later becoming an ER technician. In her free time, Dr. Maynard enjoys running marathons, horseback riding, paddle boarding, boating and spending time with her husband and two English Bulldogs (Gus and Lula). Considering the future, Dr. Maynard hopes to do administrative work for Ohio Health, to help to make changes to the VA hospitals, and to provide better healthcare and access to veterans. The American Health Council is the nation’s only organization with a constituency representative of all sectors of the healthcare industry. From the coasts to the heartland, the American Health Council has drawn Affiliates from major metropolitan hubs and small communities. These Affiliates span generations and have reached different stages of their careers — from recent graduates to retirees. More information about the American Health Council and its mission can be found at: http://americanhealthcouncil.org Additionally, the American Health Council strives to provide recognition and support for those individuals making the difference in patients’ lives day in and day out. Throughout 2017, the AHC is honoring America’s Best Doctors and Nurses. The American Health Council’s “Best in Medicine” and “Best in Nursing” awards programs honor the individuals and institutions that have contributed significantly to medicine and nursing, as well as the training and education of physicians and nurses. The most current selections for these honors may be viewed here: http://bestinmedicine.org and http://bestinnursing.org.


NEW YORK, May 03, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The American Health Council has chosen Dr. Amanda D. Maynard, Internist at Ohio Health, as one of the "Best Doctor's in America" for 2017. Recognized for her knowledge and expertise in Internal Medicine, Adult Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation, Dr. Maynard has been awarded the "Leaders in Medicine" award among Ohio doctors. Selection for the American Health Council’s “Leaders in Medicine” award is reserved for those individuals who have exhibited exemplary conduct in their field. These doctors and medical educators serve as the guiding light for advancement from the classroom to the consultation room to the operating room. Only those who master the key roles that drive patient care — advocate, collaborator, communicator, decision maker, expert, manager, scholar — are deserving to be named the “Best Doctors in America.” With experience in the field of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard offers valuable insight in her role as Internist at Ohio Health. Established in Ohio in 1891, Ohio Health is a non-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organization. Focused on the improvement of the community through the delivery of quality, convenient, and timely healthcare, Ohio Health was named to the 2013 Top Hospital list from the Leapfrog Group. Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard’s day-to-day responsibilities include chronic acute care for patients age 16 and up tackling hypertension, diabetes, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and osteopathic medicine. Maintaining consecutive recognition as the Best Doctors in America for 2015 and 2016, Dr. Maynard has completed a fellowship with the American College of Physicians, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine. Following graduation with her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007, Dr. Maynard completed an internship in 2008 and residency in Internal Medicine at Doctors Hospital in 2010. Dr. Maynard maintains membership with the American College of Physicians, The American Osteopathic Association, The Ohio Osteopathic Association, The American College of Osteopathic Internists, and The American Board of Osteopathic Internal Medicine. Looking back, Dr. Maynard attributes her success to her dedication, strong work ethic, and the support from her parents who helped her to be involved in the medical field at a young age. Dr. Maynard chose the field of Internal Medicine after working at the front desk of a hospital in high school and later becoming an ER technician. In her free time, Dr. Maynard enjoys running marathons, horseback riding, paddle boarding, boating and spending time with her husband and two English Bulldogs (Gus and Lula). Considering the future, Dr. Maynard hopes to do administrative work for Ohio Health, to help to make changes to the VA hospitals, and to provide better healthcare and access to veterans. The American Health Council is the nation’s only organization with a constituency representative of all sectors of the healthcare industry. From the coasts to the heartland, the American Health Council has drawn Affiliates from major metropolitan hubs and small communities. These Affiliates span generations and have reached different stages of their careers — from recent graduates to retirees. More information about the American Health Council and its mission can be found at: http://americanhealthcouncil.org Additionally, the American Health Council strives to provide recognition and support for those individuals making the difference in patients’ lives day in and day out. Throughout 2017, the AHC is honoring America’s Best Doctors and Nurses. The American Health Council’s “Best in Medicine” and “Best in Nursing” awards programs honor the individuals and institutions that have contributed significantly to medicine and nursing, as well as the training and education of physicians and nurses. The most current selections for these honors may be viewed here: http://bestinmedicine.org and http://bestinnursing.org.


NEW YORK, May 03, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The American Health Council has chosen Dr. Amanda D. Maynard, Internist at Ohio Health, as one of the "Best Doctor's in America" for 2017. Recognized for her knowledge and expertise in Internal Medicine, Adult Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation, Dr. Maynard has been awarded the "Leaders in Medicine" award among Ohio doctors. Selection for the American Health Council’s “Leaders in Medicine” award is reserved for those individuals who have exhibited exemplary conduct in their field. These doctors and medical educators serve as the guiding light for advancement from the classroom to the consultation room to the operating room. Only those who master the key roles that drive patient care — advocate, collaborator, communicator, decision maker, expert, manager, scholar — are deserving to be named the “Best Doctors in America.” With experience in the field of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard offers valuable insight in her role as Internist at Ohio Health. Established in Ohio in 1891, Ohio Health is a non-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organization. Focused on the improvement of the community through the delivery of quality, convenient, and timely healthcare, Ohio Health was named to the 2013 Top Hospital list from the Leapfrog Group. Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard’s day-to-day responsibilities include chronic acute care for patients age 16 and up tackling hypertension, diabetes, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and osteopathic medicine. Maintaining consecutive recognition as the Best Doctors in America for 2015 and 2016, Dr. Maynard has completed a fellowship with the American College of Physicians, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine. Following graduation with her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007, Dr. Maynard completed an internship in 2008 and residency in Internal Medicine at Doctors Hospital in 2010. Dr. Maynard maintains membership with the American College of Physicians, The American Osteopathic Association, The Ohio Osteopathic Association, The American College of Osteopathic Internists, and The American Board of Osteopathic Internal Medicine. Looking back, Dr. Maynard attributes her success to her dedication, strong work ethic, and the support from her parents who helped her to be involved in the medical field at a young age. Dr. Maynard chose the field of Internal Medicine after working at the front desk of a hospital in high school and later becoming an ER technician. In her free time, Dr. Maynard enjoys running marathons, horseback riding, paddle boarding, boating and spending time with her husband and two English Bulldogs (Gus and Lula). Considering the future, Dr. Maynard hopes to do administrative work for Ohio Health, to help to make changes to the VA hospitals, and to provide better healthcare and access to veterans. The American Health Council is the nation’s only organization with a constituency representative of all sectors of the healthcare industry. From the coasts to the heartland, the American Health Council has drawn Affiliates from major metropolitan hubs and small communities. These Affiliates span generations and have reached different stages of their careers — from recent graduates to retirees. More information about the American Health Council and its mission can be found at: http://americanhealthcouncil.org Additionally, the American Health Council strives to provide recognition and support for those individuals making the difference in patients’ lives day in and day out. Throughout 2017, the AHC is honoring America’s Best Doctors and Nurses. The American Health Council’s “Best in Medicine” and “Best in Nursing” awards programs honor the individuals and institutions that have contributed significantly to medicine and nursing, as well as the training and education of physicians and nurses. The most current selections for these honors may be viewed here: http://bestinmedicine.org and http://bestinnursing.org.


NEW YORK, May 03, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The American Health Council has chosen Dr. Amanda D. Maynard, Internist at Ohio Health, as one of the "Best Doctor's in America" for 2017. Recognized for her knowledge and expertise in Internal Medicine, Adult Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation, Dr. Maynard has been awarded the "Leaders in Medicine" award among Ohio doctors. Selection for the American Health Council’s “Leaders in Medicine” award is reserved for those individuals who have exhibited exemplary conduct in their field. These doctors and medical educators serve as the guiding light for advancement from the classroom to the consultation room to the operating room. Only those who master the key roles that drive patient care — advocate, collaborator, communicator, decision maker, expert, manager, scholar — are deserving to be named the “Best Doctors in America.” With experience in the field of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard offers valuable insight in her role as Internist at Ohio Health. Established in Ohio in 1891, Ohio Health is a non-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organization. Focused on the improvement of the community through the delivery of quality, convenient, and timely healthcare, Ohio Health was named to the 2013 Top Hospital list from the Leapfrog Group. Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Maynard’s day-to-day responsibilities include chronic acute care for patients age 16 and up tackling hypertension, diabetes, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and osteopathic medicine. Maintaining consecutive recognition as the Best Doctors in America for 2015 and 2016, Dr. Maynard has completed a fellowship with the American College of Physicians, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Ohio University of Osteopathic Medicine. Following graduation with her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007, Dr. Maynard completed an internship in 2008 and residency in Internal Medicine at Doctors Hospital in 2010. Dr. Maynard maintains membership with the American College of Physicians, The American Osteopathic Association, The Ohio Osteopathic Association, The American College of Osteopathic Internists, and The American Board of Osteopathic Internal Medicine. Looking back, Dr. Maynard attributes her success to her dedication, strong work ethic, and the support from her parents who helped her to be involved in the medical field at a young age. Dr. Maynard chose the field of Internal Medicine after working at the front desk of a hospital in high school and later becoming an ER technician. In her free time, Dr. Maynard enjoys running marathons, horseback riding, paddle boarding, boating and spending time with her husband and two English Bulldogs (Gus and Lula). Considering the future, Dr. Maynard hopes to do administrative work for Ohio Health, to help to make changes to the VA hospitals, and to provide better healthcare and access to veterans. The American Health Council is the nation’s only organization with a constituency representative of all sectors of the healthcare industry. From the coasts to the heartland, the American Health Council has drawn Affiliates from major metropolitan hubs and small communities. These Affiliates span generations and have reached different stages of their careers — from recent graduates to retirees. More information about the American Health Council and its mission can be found at: http://americanhealthcouncil.org Additionally, the American Health Council strives to provide recognition and support for those individuals making the difference in patients’ lives day in and day out. Throughout 2017, the AHC is honoring America’s Best Doctors and Nurses. The American Health Council’s “Best in Medicine” and “Best in Nursing” awards programs honor the individuals and institutions that have contributed significantly to medicine and nursing, as well as the training and education of physicians and nurses. The most current selections for these honors may be viewed here: http://bestinmedicine.org and http://bestinnursing.org.

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