Memorial Hospital recently announced the hiring of general surgeons Drs. Jeffrey Hazey and Katherine Renner Kelly, who will join the Memorial General and Colorectal Surgery practice in September at the Memorial Gateway Medical Center in Marysville.

Hazey currently serves as the chief of the Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery within the Department of Surgery at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. His education includes an undergraduate degree from Miami University, medical school at Case Western Reserve University, a residency at University Hospitals of Cleveland and fellowships at Mount Sinai Medical Center and the Cleveland Clinic. In addition, he has received administration and leadership training at the Ohio State University and at Harvard University.

Kelly joins to Memorial after her general surgical residency at Inova Fairfax Health System in Falls Church, Virginia, where she was the recipient of awards for surgical teaching and outstanding achievement and served as chief resident in her final year of training.

In addition to seeing patients in Marysville, she will have an office in Urbana in the new Memorial Urbana Medical Center.

The two join Dr. Adam Barker, who is fellowship trained in colorectal surgery.

Memorial appoints new
director of imaging

Angela Losonsky recently was appointed as director of the Imaging Department at Memorial Hospital.

Losonsky previously served as director of imaging/centralized scheduling at Desert View Hospital in Pahrump, Nevada, and has held other leadership positions at Mercy Regional Medical Center in Lorain, Miracle Ear in Las Vegas and PIMA Medical Institute in Las Vegas. She also worked as a radiographer for Aureus/CDSS at its locations in Columbus, Washington, D.C., and Las Vegas.

As director of the imaging department, Losonsky will lead a team of radiologic physicians, technologists and support roles.

Memorial Family and Sports
Medicine to open Aug. 1

Dr. Jacob Boucher and certified nurse practitioner Mackenzie Morris will begin seeing patients Aug. 1 when Memorial Family and Sports Medicine opens in the Memorial Gateway Medicine Center, 140 Coleman’s Crossing Boulevard, Marysville.

The practice will provide primary care for patients with nonoperative orthopedic injuries, including sports related and concussions.

Boucher is board certified in family medicine and is sports-medicine fellowship trained. Recently, Boucher completed his medical residency at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center in Columbus, where he also finished a fellowship in sports medicine, has treated high school and college athletes and provided medical assistance at marathons and triathlons.

Morris, also a certified athletic trainer, recently received a master’s degree in nursing in family practice from the Ohio State University College of Nursing. She completed an internship in the sports-medicine and concussion clinics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and worked previously as a registered nurse at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus and at several area practices.