September 2016 Congrats!

. September 1, 2016.
Toledo-Hosp

U.S. News & World Report named Toledo Hospital  one of the best hospitals in Ohio for 2016. With a #14 ranking, Toledo Hospital was the only area hospital ranked in the top 25 in the state. The U.S. News & World Report rankings were announced one week after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services gave Toledo Hospital a four out of five star rating in its first ever Overall Hospital Quality Star Rating for hospital quality.For more information about Toledo Hospital, visit www.promedica.org/toledo.

LHS

Lutheran Homes Society (LHS) announces the appointment of Denise Gannon as Vice President of Post-Acute Services. In this position, Ms. Gannon will be responsible for the organization’s skilled nursing, long-term-care, assisted living, home health, and therapy operations throughout Northwest Ohio. Ms. Gannon comes to LHS from Eliza Jennings Senior Care Network in Cleveland, Ohio, where she worked since 1996. An RN by training, Denise held a variety of clinical and operational positions during her tenure with Eliza Jennings.

scoles

Director of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, Clyde Scoles will be recognized by The Ohio Library Council as a “Hall of Fame Librarian” on September 28th. Sarah Clevidence, assistant director of the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library is being honored with the Diana Vescelius Award for an “up and coming leader.”

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