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Irvine, KY, United States, 2015/06/01 - Beginning June 1, Emergency Medicine Physicians, (EMP), will begin providing emergency department services to Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital (MWMH) in Irvine, KY - MarcumandWallace.org / EMP.com.
With the provision of ED services, EMP expands into 16 states.
“We are excited to partner with Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital, a facility who embraces our mission of patient-centered care,” said EMP CEO Dr. Dominic Bagnoli. “Together we will provide an unrelenting commitment for the best possible patient care while seeking innovative ways to improve the delivery of emergency medicine to enhance the patient experience.”
“EMP will bring a high level of emergency care to our hospital and the patients we serve,” said MWMH President & CEO Susan Starling. “Knowing that EMP is focused on patient outcomes and quality; together, as a team, we will provide the best emergency care to the region. We welcome these physicians to our community as our partner in emergency room patient care excellence.”
MWMH is a licensed, critical access hospital, characterized by its family-centered care, community involvement and progressive ideas in healthcare.
The 24/7 ED services at MWMH include:
• A full-service laboratory
• Radiology Services
• Cardiac Services
• Rehabilitation Services
• Nutritional Therapy
• Respiratory Therapy
About Emergency Medicine Physicians
Established in 1992, Emergency Medicine Physicians (emp.com) is one of the leading providers of emergency medical services in the nation. EMP was founded by practicing emergency medicine physicians, who had a vision for creating a better way to deliver emergency medicine care with physicians as majority owners. The group has achieved this vision by focusing on core values that create a culture where patients, physicians and hospital partners thrive.
About Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital
Founded in 1959, MWMH (marcumandwallace.org) is a licensed 25-bed Critical Access Hospital providing inpatient acute care, outpatient services, emergency services with a Level IV Trauma Center, and primary care with clinics in Irvine, Beattyville and Clay City. MWMH is characterized by its family-centered care, community involvement, and progressive ideas in healthcare. MWMH is recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as a top “100 Great Community Hospital.” MWMH has extended the healing ministry of Jesus by improving the health of our communities for more than 50 years and is a major source of jobs for the region. MWMH has modern facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, highly-skilled professional personnel and a medical staff that offers primary care and a wide range of specialty services. MWMH is a member of Mercy Health, one of the largest Catholic healthcare systems in the nation. MWMH President & CEO Susan Starling is a nationally recognized award winner for rural health care leadership including the American Hospital Association’s Shirley Ann Munroe Leadership Award and Becker's Hospital Review 50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know and 130 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know.