Architects are now working to design Genesis' new Expanded Medical Center.
CEO of Genesis Healthcare System Matthew Perry said they hope to break ground by the end of 2012. The new facility will include a new patient care tower attached to a renovated Bethesda Hospital. Also being built on the campus will be a new outpatient cancer center and medical office building.
"One of the really exciting things about this project is from an architecture stand point," said Perry....
With the arrival of the new year, one local family welcomed the arrival of their newborn baby.
Shannon and Christopher Miller of Coshocton are the proud parents of their fourth child, Cooper James; the first baby born in 2012 at Genesis Bethesda Hospital in Zanesville. Cooper came in at 6 lbs, 13 oz, and 21inches long. Mother, Sharron, said her new bundle of joy was almost two weeks early, but even after her water broke she figured somebody else had already...
Following the success in August, walkers laced up their shoes again for the monthly "Walk with a Doc."
To encourage healthy physical activity Genesis Healthcare System invites the community to come break a sweat. The monthly sessions begin with a local doctor giving fitness tips and health advice. The Doctor will then lead a walk around the Goursuch Fitness Trail- behind Genesis Bethesda. Today's Doctor of choice was Dan Scheereer.
Congressman Bob Gibbs made a stop at Genesis Bethesda Hospital Wednesday as part of a tour of many of the facilities in his district.
He's doing it to hear the needs and concerns of his constituents while the U.S. House is in recess. While many have expressed concerns about jobs and the economy, Gibbs himself, is also upset with what's going on on Capitol Hill, specifically the Senate. He says the house has passed many bills , two of which were his, but the Senate has not done much....
Grocery Shoppers had the special opportunity to get a behind the bun tour of one of only six Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles.
The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile celebrated 75 years of existence at the Riesbeck's Pick'n Save in Downtown Zanesville. The 27 foot hot dog and team of 'Hot Doggers' are one of 6 that travel the country. Friday they teamed up with Pick n' Save to raise money and awareness of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Light the Night walk held on September 22nd at the Ohio...
Zanesville celebrated 30 years of promoting physical activity Saturday morning.
A Family Fitness Walk marked the 30th Anniversary of the Gorsuch Fitness Trail which is behind Genesis-Bethesda on Maple Avenue. All proceeds raised will go towards the future growth and maintenance of the trail which has seen a lot of change in the past 30 years.
"A lot goes into it you know," said Co-Chair Meghan Longsinger. "Everybody out here doing the landscaping of it,...
Genesis Healthcare System moved to release bonds received in the past.
Chief Financial Officer of Genesis Healthcare System, Paul Masterson met with Muskingum County Commissioners Monday to request the release bonds of debt they had recently financed. The county was used as a conduit to issue the bonds in order for Genesis to achieve tax exempt rate. Masterson explains the county was not the borrower of the loans.
"An example is if you went and had your mortgage with...
Local cancer survivors were invited to Genesis-Bethesda Hospital today to celebrate something many people take for granted...Life.
All cancer patients, who have ever been treated, were encouraged to come out to today's festivities. Cancer researcher, Michele Hankinson said, since the day you are diagnosed, you are considered a survivor. Today's events were an opportunity to give back to the survivors, who she said, inspire her everyday.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and Genesis Health Care System and Children's Services are doing their part in raising awareness of the issue.
Around 900 pinwheels lined the front lawn of Genesis Bethesda Thursday afternoon. Each pinwheeel represents one child abuse case in Muskingum County over the past year. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Muskingum County Ron Welch says making people aware that child abuse is an ongoing problem is key.
People sharing a common struggle gathered at Genesis Bethesda Hospital to celebrate life.
Cancer survivors come together each year to celebrate overcoming their battles with Cancer. In conjunction with National Cancer Survivor Day, Genesis Bethesda Hospital holds an annual event including entertainment, food, and a chance for Cancer survivors to unite.
"Sometimes you feel like you're alone, this shows you that there's so many people in this world going through the...