Graves Gilbert Clinic has broken ground on a new primary care facility in Bowling Green.
The new facility, located on Nashville Rd. near Lost River Cave, is expected to add up to 50 new jobs for the Bowling Green community, with room for 10 healthcare providers specializing in pediatrics, family medicine, obstetrics, gynecology, and internal medicine and will house a new laboratory with state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging.
Clinic CEO Chris Thorn said the new facility will be beneficial to the community, providing care to patients on evenings and weekends in addition to the usual weekday hours.
“Additional, accessible primary care is something our community truly needs,” Thorn said, “People don’t just get sick between the hours of 8 and 5.”
Construction on the 40,000 square foot structure is set to begin immediately and will serve the people of Warren County in the manner they expect from Graves Gilbert Clinic.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and Graves Gilbert Clinic wants you to know that there’s a lot you can do to prevent cervical cancer.
HPV (human papillomavirus) is the most common sexually transmitted disease. It’s also a major cause of cervical cancer. About 79 million Americans currently have HPV, but many people with HPV don’t know they are infected.
The good news?
HPV can be prevented by the HPV vaccine.
Cervical cancer can often be prevented with regular screening tests (called Pap tests) and follow-up care.
In honor of National Cervical Health Awareness Month, Graves Gilbert Clinic encourages:
Women to start getting regular Pap tests at age 21
Women to get the HPV vaccine before age 27
Parents to make sure their pre-teens get the HPV vaccine at age 11 or 12
Men to get the HPV vaccine if you are under age 22
Thanks to the health care reform law, you and your …
Graves Gilbert Clinic is proud to announce their selection as a “Superior Performing Practice” by the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). For the first time, Graves Gilbert Clinic is recognized for their achievements in ALL 4 of their selection criteria. With more than 2,500 groups annually completing the survey only 10 groups were recognized in all 4 categories, which is less than 1% of those completing the survey.
Chris Thorn, Graves Gilbert CEO, said he was proud of the award and attributed the prestigious recognition to the high quality care provided by GGC and its qualified staff.
“I would like to thank everyone for their efforts and contributions toward making GGC the premier place for care,” Thorn said. “This is a high honor and a direct reflection to our team of physicians.”
MGMA announced that medical practices found to be above average in its annual performance survey excelled in four distinct management categories.
“Looking closely at medical practices that comprise the ‘better-performers’ group, you notice a pattern,” said Susan Turney, MD, MGMA-ACMPE president and CEO in a statement. “It is important for physicians and staff to …
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Graves Gilbert Clinic wants to promote the fight against breast cancer and bring attention to the community about Breast Cancer.
Graves Gilbert Clinic — Your Cancer Team
Encourage all women to get a mammogram. Specifically those with family history of breast cancer. We are the lowest cost provider of digital mammography in the area.
We have an amazing group of physicians (over 20) that work together as a team to treat cancer.
Breast Cancer has touched the lives of a large number of our patients and employees. Many of our employees are survivors. It’s an opportunity for us to promote the “Fight”.
Proud history of taking care of cancer patients. We started the Oncology/Hematology Department in September 1980 when Dr. Jane Bramham joined Graves Gilbert Clinic. She was the first Oncologist in Bowling Green. She built a strong department that is now managed by Dr. Steven Smith, Dr. Vidya Seshadri, Dr. Jamie Jarboe and Maire Blankenship, APRN along with an amazing staff of medical assistants and registered nurses.
Facts from the CDC Website: Other than skin cancer, breast …