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OhioHealth opens primary care practice in Plymouth

Maria Zappa, PA-C

SHELBY – OhioHealth Physician Group Primary Care has opened a practice in Plymouth, Ohio. Providers Narcis Papadopol, MD, and Maria Zappa, PA-C, will attend to patients at the Plymouth office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, respectively.

Primary care providers focus on the day-to-day medical concerns of patients and provide annual health checkups, health exams, patient care, chronic disease management, geriatric medicine, sports physics, and patient education. patients. A physical exam is an opportunity for patients to ask questions about their general health or concerns, such as pain, trouble sleeping, depression, abnormal lab results, etc.

The Plymouth location is located at 25 Spring St., next to Ohio Eye Associates. Providers also practice at the OhioHealth Physician Group primary care practice on the second floor of Shelby Hospital, 199 W. Main St., Shelby. New or current patients can select the practice location – Plymouth or Shelby – that suits them best.

Appointments can be made through the OhioHealth MyChart app or by calling 567-309-3000.

In addition to providing primary care to the Plymouth community, OhioHealth is a sponsor of Christmas in the Village.

Gorman-Rupp Company declares cash dividend

The board of directors of The Gorman-Rupp Company (NYSE: GRC) has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.17 per share on the Company’s common stock, payable March 10 to shareholders of record as of February 15, 2022. This marks the 288th consecutive quarterly dividend paid by The Gorman-Rupp Company.

Another action taken by The Gorman-Rupp Company’s Board of Directors was the announcement of the annual meeting of shareholders to be held in a virtual format via webcast at 10 a.m. on April 28 and the related establishment of the close of business on February 28. 28 2022, as the record date for shareholders entitled to be convened and to vote at the meeting.

Local businesses expand to Dublin

DUBLIN – On February 7, the Dublin region will enjoy a new kind of health and wellness experience.

Black Belt Pro Fitness will span from Mansfield/Ontario to Dublin. The new facility, at 6100 Sawmill Road, will offer martial arts classes for children and adults.

Black Belt Pro Fitness spends time helping students build good habits around planning for good health.

The facility offers a one-of-a-kind experience with a 10 km structure. When kids are in class, parents can watch from the parent lobby. The lobby has couches, tables, and Wi-Fi. There are four TVs, three of which correspond to a mat, so parents can open the Black Belt Pro Fitness app on their phone, and they can put on headphones and watch their child on the mat participate in their martial arts training.

Enrolling in Black Belt Pro Fitness will give students access to classes such as Taekwondo, Karate/Judo/Jiu-Jitsu, Self-Defense, and Women’s Self-Defense.

To learn more about Black Belt Pro Fitness, visit blackbeltprofitness.com or call the Dublin location at 614-601-8682.

Mechanics Bank announces promotion

Tom Cunningham

Mechanics Banks has promoted Tom Cunningham to Vice President, Controller. Cunningham joined Mechanics in 2007 and served as a senior accountant before becoming a controller in 2011. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Akron and is a certified public accountant (inactive).

Mechanics Bank is Richland County’s only independent community bank with nine locations in Richland County.

The New Commerce website provides tips and resources for protecting the public

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Commerce has launched a redesigned website marking the beginning of a change in commercial pace and easier access to documents that help consumers, organizations and businesses in their daily lives.

The new Commerce website makes it easier to access licensing and registration documents for businesses and organizations. They will also be able to request information and file requests in a simplified way via a new megamenu. Consumers will be able to access important educational materials – from protecting families against fire risks and finding their unclaimed funds to how to choose the right financial advisor and much more.

You can discover the new site at com.ohio.gov.


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