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Thursday, December 06, 2012 - BVH Women & Children’s Center Moving to New Location: The Neil and Laura Clark Women & Children’s Center

Obstetric and gynecological services of the Blanchard Valley Hospital Women & Children’s Center will be provided at a new location beginning December 10. The new location, 301 West Wallace Street, Findlay, will be known as the Neil and Laura Clark Women & Children’s Center.

The Neil and Laura Clark Women & Children’s Center has been made possible thanks to a recent donation from Neil and Laura Clark to support obstetrics and gynecology care at Blanchard Valley Hospital.

A former medical office, the new Neil and Laura Clark Women & Children’s Center has been renovated and designed for OB/GYN services. The office features a comfortable waiting area, several advanced exam and procedure rooms and private ultrasound rooms.

OB/GYN care at the Center is provided by Dr. Miguel Jordan, Dr. George Abate, Dr. Allison Westcott, Dr. Kimberlee Perkins and Certified Nurse Practitioner Teresa Jones.

The Neil and Laura Clark Women & Children’s Center is accepting new patients. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 419.424.0180.

Pediatric services of the Women & Children’s Center will now be provided at The Family Center, 1800 N. Blanchard Street, Findlay.

About Neil and Laura Clark

Neil and Laura Clark are lifelong farmers who grow more than 2,000 acres of corn, soybeans and wheat in Hancock County.

Laura previously worked for Bell Telephone, RCA and Whirlpool until staying home to raise the Clarks’ three children: Teresa Jones, Bonnie Atwell and Roger Clark. 

Neil began his farming career by living with a neighbor who helped him learn the profession. He rented his first piece of ground in 1949 and has continually grown his farming operation. Neil has been named Ohio’s Outstanding Farmer by the Ohio Jaycees and was inducted in the Hancock County Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2008.

Neil and Laura are members of the St. Andrews United Methodist Church and have been active in a variety of organizations including Farm Bureau and the Corn and Soybean Growers. Neil is a past member of the Van Buren School Board.