Treasures of Mid-Ohio: Celebrating our Dedication to our Communities

June 22, 2014

Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio will celebrate its first “Treasures of Mid-Ohio” event on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. The evening will consist of various raffles, while guests enjoy the scenery at one of our nation’s most historic treasures.

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The inaugural event will take place from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Ohio State Reformatory Historic Site. Guests will be greeted by honorary co-chairs, Lydia Reid and Deb Mason of the Mid-Ohio Board of Directors, as they enjoy hors d’oeuvre and drinks provided by Ed Pickens Café on Main.

The theme of the night, Live Well, means many things to those being served by VNA of Ohio. The organization strives to promote optimal health, independence and dignity of patients wherever they call home. Whether recovering from illness or injury, managing a chronic condition or preparing patients for end of life care, the healthcare providers at VNA of Ohio strive to help patients Live Well.

Proceeds from the 2014 Treasures of Mid-Ohio will support VNA of Ohio services for patients in need of additional help to Live Well.

If you are interested in sponsoring or attending Treasures of Mid-Ohio, or if you have any questions about the event, please contact Mary Matt at 419-522-4969 or mmatt@vnaohio.org.

VNA of Ohio’s dedicated staff provides skilled nursing care, rehabilitation therapies, mental health services, chronic disease management, and personal care assistance throughout 30 counties in Northeast and Central Ohio. VNA of Ohio partners with hospitals, physicians, community agencies and insurance companies to invest in the health and safety of our patients and our communities.

Ohio State Reformatory Historic Site: 100 Reformatory Rd. Mansfield, Ohio 44905

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