For release: November 26, 2012|
Amy Kilgore 330.344.6014, KilgorA@ccf.org
Jim Gosky 330.344.6083, email@example.com
Research shows that patients who take part in decisions about their health care are more likely to have better clinical outcomes. Lodi Community Hospital is your partner in your health care and will empower you with simple advice on how you can become active, involved and informed about your health care at a special Brunch & Learn presentation on Wednesday, December 5, from 10-11 a.m. at Lodi Community Hospital, 225 Elyria Street, Lodi.
This free presentation will focus on stroke and what you should know about stroke, including early signs, risk factors and prevention. "What you should know about stroke" will be led by Community Liaison Nurse Kathy Wood, RN. Please call 330-948-5718 to reserve your seat!
About Lodi Community Hospital
Lodi Community Hospital, one of three hospitals in the Akron General Health System, has proudly provided community based healthcare to people of southwest Medina County and portions of Lorain, Ashland and Wayne Counties since 1920. Lodi Community Hospital is a designated 25-bed Critical Access Hospital and offers a comprehensive range of services: acute and skilled care; a full range of outpatient diagnostic, rehabilitation and physical therapy services; occupational health care; outpatient and general, minimally invasive surgery; radiology services; and a state-ofthe- art 24-hour emergency room. For six consecutive years, the hospital has won the prestigious Press Ganey Summit Award for excellence in patient satisfaction. Lodi Community Hospital is one of only three in the nation to receive this award for six consecutive years. For more information, visit www.lodihospital.org and www.akrongeneral.org.