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Hospital adds new 3D mammography system

Hospital adds new 3D mammography system

| March 10, 2021

Coshocton Regional Medical Center is excited to announce the addition of a state- of-the-art 3D Mammography system. The Senographe Pristina has high image quality and low dose imaging (the lowest dose of all 3D FDA-approved systems vs FFDM). This upgrade will produce clearer images that will make it easier for doctors to catch breast cancer […]

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Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates patient visitation rules

Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates patient visitation rules

| February 24, 2021

Coshocton Regional Medical Center will be implementing the following updated visitation policy to ensure the safety and well-being of patients, staff and the community. Emergency room patients that are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 will now be allowed one visitor to accompany them during their visit. One designated visitor per patient will be allowed for […]

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Coshocton Regional Medical Center welcomes Dr. Virostko

Coshocton Regional Medical Center welcomes Dr. Virostko

| January 8, 2021

Coshocton Regional Medical Center is proud to welcome Douglas Virostko, MD to its Family Care of Coshocton practice as a primary care provider. Family Care of Coshocton, previously known as Family Physicians, is located at 311 S. 15th St. Coshocton. “We are very excited to have Dr. Virostko join our growing team of family practice […]

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Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates visitor restrictions

Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates visitor restrictions

| November 19, 2020

Effective Nov. 20, Coshocton Regional Medical Center will be implementing the following visitation restrictions and precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of its patients, staff and the community. Visitation restrictions have been changed to one designated visitor per patient for the duration of the patient’s stay. The designated visitor will only be allowed to […]

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Need a Mask, Take a Mask art piece installed

Need a Mask, Take a Mask art piece installed

| November 19, 2020

Back in June, the Pomerene Center for the Arts and Coshocton Regional Medical Center began talking about a collaborative arts-and-health project with the goal of impacting health and safety outcomes through the pandemic. Conversations led to ideas from socially-distanced concerts in the artPARK to a marionette puppet family art project bearing a hand-washing message. Enter […]

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Coshocton Regional Medical Center announces the opening of Urgent Care

Coshocton Regional Medical Center announces the opening of Urgent Care

| August 17, 2020

Coshocton Regional Medical Center is excited to announce the opening of Urgent Care in early September. The new clinic will be located at 406 S. 15th St. Suite 2 in Coshocton. Urgent Care will specialize in low-cost walk-in visits seven days-a-week with extended hours. “There is a need in this community for care after hours […]

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Hospital remains committed to caring for citizens

Hospital remains committed to caring for citizens

| April 7, 2020

The Coshocton Regional Medical Center (CRMC) remains committed to caring for our citizens in times of emergency. If you have an emergency illness or signs and symptoms that require immediate medical care you can visit the CRMC Emergency Department. If you have a cough, fever or flu like symptoms you are asked to call your […]

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Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates visitor restrictions

Coshocton Regional Medical Center updates visitor restrictions

| March 23, 2020

Effectively Tuesday, March 24, Coshocton Regional Medical Center will be implementing the following visitation restrictions and precautions in an effort to ensure the safety and well-being of patients, staff and the community. Visitation restrictions at Coshocton Regional Medical Center have been changed to no visitors allowed. Exceptions will be made for patients at the end […]

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