Business Briefs

SRMC announces Columbiana location

SALEM — Salem Regional Medical Center (SRMC) is announcing the launch of its newest location for physician practices and diagnostic services at Firestone Farms TownCenter in Columbiana.

“This project is part of SRMC’s strategic plan to place outreach services in the fastest growing region of our service area,” said Anita Hackstedde, M.D., SRMC President/CEO. “Located at the intersection of state Routes 7 and 14, this facility will provide a convenient location for residents of the greater Columbiana area and surrounding communities to receive preventative health care and treatment.”

The following physician practices and diagnostic services will be moving to 116 Carriage Drive in Columbiana:

* Columbiana Family Care Center (Dr. Vidya Counto) Family Medicine.

* Women’s Health Partners (Drs. Angela Doty, Gynecology; David Drake, Gynecology; Thomesha Barton, Obstetrics/Gynecology; Kristi Johnson, Obstetrics/Gynecology; and Mark Rich, Obstetrics/Gynecology).

* SRMC Medical Imaging Services at Firestone Farms; 2-D and state-of-the-art 3-D Mammography; DEXA Bone Density Scans; Ultrasounds; X-Rays.

* SRMC Collection Site at Firestone Farms for routine laboratory tests.

Grant writing seminar planned

EAST LIVERPOOL — A grant writing seminar, designed to give the attendee the tools necessary to find and receive funding, will take place 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 20 at First Free Methodist Church, St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool.

Some areas where grant money is available include buildings, youth programs, schools, computer skills, sports programs, counseling, rehabilitation, job training, education, daycare, health care, food and clothing distribution.

For information on cost, call 330-382-1086.

Weatherization applications available

NEWELL — CHANGE Inc. always accepts applications for services through the Weatherization Assistance Program. This program is designed to assist in reducing energy use for low-income, elderly, and disabled individuals by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety.

In 2016, 45 households received Weatherization services and 34 households received energy audits.

This program is open to individuals and families living in Hancock, Brooke, Ohio and Marshall Counties that meet the program’s income guidelines.

“A family of four individuals could make as much as $48,600 in total annual household income and be eligible for assistance through the Weatherization Assistance Program,” stated David Ruhl, Weatherization manager at CHANGE.

Stop at one a CHANGE location, locally, at 1151 Washington St., Newell, to pick up an application or go online to www.changeinc.org to download and print an application.

Home Savings Bank adds four branches

YOUNGSTOWN –Having completed its acquisition of Premier Bank & Trust, Home Savings Bank now has 35 branch locations, adding locations in Fairlawn, North Canton, Jackson Township and St. Clairsville, Ohio.

Home Savings completed the systems conversion, and Premier Bank & Trust customer accounts officially were transferred to Home Savings on March 27. This was the final stage in the acquisition announced in September 2016.

“We’re pleased to add the additional Premier team members and branches to our Home Savings family,” said Home Savings President and CEO Gary Small. “Our customers can expect to receive the same highly personalized community bank service, now in more locations.”

Headquartered in Youngstown, Home Savings Bank operates throughout Ohio and western Pennsylvania.

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