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Every county in the state is considered high incidence, that is because of the rise of the Delta Variant. On August 18th there were 3,303 new cases which is the highest one-day increase since February of this year. This increase is not just affecting large urban areas, but smaller rural areas too. Mercer Health in Coldwater is reporting the highest number of hospitalizations since spring of this year.

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Due to travel safety concerns, the scheduled COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17th is being postponed to next week, Wednesday, February 24th.  The clinic location and appointment times will remain the same.  Knowing the weather may continue to create travel difficulties throughout the week, Mercer Health will announce each day by 1 p.m. if changes will be made for the next day’s clinic.

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On December 11, Allison Eversman, RN, Population Health Nurse at Mercer Health, was recognized as a top leader in Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) population health with a 2019 Population Health Pioneer Award for Most Valuable Care Coordinator. Eversman was one of twelve individuals chosen to receive an award for providing the highest quality health care to their communities. She received her award at the 2019 Caravan Health Accountable Care Symposium in Scottsdale, Arizona. The symposium, attended by healthcare leaders from across the country, focuses on learning, networking, and sharing real word strategies for success.

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Due to the outbreak of influenza throughout the state and in our area, Mercer Health is limiting visitors at Mercer County Community Hospital. According to a press release sent out by Mercer Health, the hospital is not allowing visitors under the age of 14, including siblings at the childbirth center. 

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Mercer Health held the annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of the members of the Volunteer Association of Mercer Health on April 5 at Romer’s Catering in Saint Henry. The evening began with an invocation delivered by Sister Martha Bertke and included a brief board of directors meeting and financial update. Guest speakers for this year’s event included Mercer Health CEO Lisa Klenke and Mercer Health CFO Jon Dingledine.