OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services honors each nursing professionals within our organization, emergency medical services, and others in healthcare. Your mind, body, and spirit drive healing and you are a leading force in the progression of health and wellness. Thank you for all that you do.
Dr. Deepi N. Bathini is a board certified internal medicine hospitalist specializing in
- Adult Medicine
- Chronic Disease Management
- General Internal Medicine
- Hospital Medicine
- Perioperative Medical Care
She brings a wealth of expertise to OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services and will focus on mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine. We are very honored to have her as part of our team.
We are proud to announce that OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital has been certified as a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. Primary Stroke Center certification recognizes those hospitals that follow best practices and the most updated standards of care for stroke patients. These Centers make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes for stroke survivors and their families.
OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital joins OhioHealth Marion General Hospital, OhioHealth Grant Medical Center and OhioHealth Doctors Hospital as Primary Stroke Centers. OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital is a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
This certification is a strong opportunity to re-position OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital from a stroke network site, to a full-service program with comprehensive neuroscience offerings, including 24/7 stroke care. This work allows us to keep care local, and serve as a meaningful resource for the communities we serve which include Richland, Ashland and Crawford Counties where we treated 180 stoke patients last year.
Congratulations to our Neuroscience program team for all their hard work in elevating our regional stroke program.
From the Ohio Division of EMS:
|The State Board of Pharmacy has received several inquiries from EMS organizations asking if it is possible to provide naloxone to individuals who refuse transport after an overdose emergency, or to that person’s family or friends.
In response, they have developed the attached documents to guide EMS through the steps needed to provide naloxone in such a situation.