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Information provided by the Bath Township Police Department.
On Sept. 12, two employees at Akron General Medical Center on Medina Road reported their wallets had been stolen, according to a Bath Township Police report. One woman's wallet was in her secured locker, the other was left unattended at the second woman's desk, the report said. Both women work in the cardiac department. Both women received calls that their credit and debit cards had fraudulent charges on them and were advised to cancel their cards. Chief Michael McNeely said these women were victims of a statewide organized crime ring. Two women and a man have been going across the state and doing different things to distract people and steal, McNeely said. In this case, the suspects walked through the hospital and blended in, McNeely said…
Friday, January 21, 2011
Dr. Richard Hertle will set up vision center to treat minor to major childhood eye conditions.
Richard Hertle, MD, has joined Akron Children’s Hospital as director of the department of Pediatric Ophthalmology. Dr. Hertle is leading the effort to create a pediatric vision center that treats children with visual problems ranging from minor to serious conditions requiring surgery. Hertle served as director of pediatric ophthalmology at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh prior to coming to the Akron area. He earned his medical degree from the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Akron Children's Hospital physicians, along with doctors from Akron General Medical Center staff a full-service, 24-hour emergency department at Akron General’s Health & Wellness Center -- West, 4125 Medina Road, Bath Towship.