REPORTED PHONE SCAM
A phone scam has been reported in which callers represent themselves as Boone Memorial Hospital and request your social security number &/or credit card number. Though BMH may call in regards to your account, if you have concerns, please call the hospital at 304-369-1230 Ext. 5100
Dr. Atkins, Dr. Chattin, Brighter Futures-Substance & Mental Health Treatment, Dermatology (Dr. Cook), Psychiatry (Dr. Moody), Specialty Clinic (Dr. Cisco-Goff, Dr. Reddy, Dr. Ranson & Charleston Nephrology, Hypertension & Transplant)
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By: Hannah Goetz | WOWK
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WOWK) – Black Lung rates have hit a 25 year high in Appalachian coal mining states. According to the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety, Black Lung Disease is at a record high in Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia.
ENT-Otolaryngologist Charles Crigger, MD discusses medical issues which can occur with the ear, nose and throat on the WSAZ show Mom’s Everyday.
Gina Moore joined the Administrative Team at Boone Memorial Hospital on Nov 4, 2019 as the Executive Director of Outpatient Clinics. Gina will work closely with physicians and support staff to further develop and strengthen business strategies and processes. In addition, she will manage personnel, enhance communication and build a strong team environment.
"First and foremost, my goal is to represent Boone Memorial Hospital in a positive light and build meaningful professional relationships to strengthen the foundation. Furthermore, I will strive to improve current processes and create a team approach to positively impact the working environment, while making each employee and patient who walks through our doors feel important and a priority."
Boone Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome home Dr. Ronald "Ron" Chattin.
Dr. Chattin has nearly 40 years experience in Family Medicine. He graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg and completed his internship at Carson City Hospital in Carson City, MI. Dr. Chattin completed his undergraduate degree at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
Dr. Chattin was on Courtesy Staff at Boone Memorial from 1995-2006. He began his career at the Logan Medical Foundation in Logan, WV in the mid to late 80's where he did both inpatient and outpatient Family Medicine at Guyan Valley Hospital. In addition, Dr. Chattin worked at the Community Health Foundation of Man and Madison Family Care. He recently comes to BMH from Family Care of Madison located on Main Street.
Executive Director and Program Coordinator named for the new BMH Substance & Mental Health Treatment Program, Brent Tomblin and Chelsea Carter
Plans are underway for the new Boone Memorial Hospital Substance and Mental Health Treatment Program. The hospital, in partnership with Marshall Health, PROACT (Provider Response Organization for Addiction, Care and Treatment) of Huntington and Cabell Huntington Hospital received the AFA State Opioid Response: Community Innovation for Treatment Access and Retention grant. The purpose of the grant is to utilize funding to address the opioid crisis by increasing services in underserved areas, such as Boone County.
The Boone Memorial Hospital program will be known as Brighter Futures, Substance & Mental Health Treatment and will be housed on the 4th floor of the Hill Chiropractic building located on Main Street, Madison.
Dr. Atkins has over 40 years experience in Family Medicine. He graduated from West Virginia University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Charleston Area Medical Center and Kanawha Valley Family Practice Center. Dr. Atkins is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
Dr. Atkins served as Chief of Staff at Boone Memorial from 1987-1991 and again in 2006 and 2007. In addition, he was the Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Community Medicine at the West Virginia School of Medicine, a Medical Advisor to Boone County Schools, Principal Investigator for the AHRQ Planning Grant via the Boone County Community Care Network and a member of the West Virginia State Healthcare Redesign Workgroup.
On September 25th, 26th and 27th at the WVHA (West Virginia Hospital Association) Annual Meeting at The Greenbrier Hotel, Boone Memorial Hospital was the presented with the Over the Top Hospital (under 100 beds) award. This award goes to the hospital with under 100 beds that exceeded its goal by the largest percentage.
Boone Memorial Hospital exceeded its goal by nearly 300%.