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ACMC welcomes Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist Ibrahim Barry, MD

ACMC welcomes Cleveland Clinic Cardiologist Ibrahim Barry, MD. He sees patients daily at the ACMC Center for Heart Care. Dr. Barry earned his medical degree in 2014 from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at The Brooklyn Hospital Center/Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai in 2018 and completed a cardiovascular disease fellowship in 2022 at University of Arizona, Sarver Heart Center. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Barry, please call 440-994-7622.

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Interim President announced at ACMC

Leonard Stepp, Jr., has been named interim president of the Ashtabula County Medical Center Healthcare System (ACMC). Stepp was a member of the executive team at ACMC from 2011 to 2019, having served initially as the Vice President of The Ashtabula Clinic, the hospital’s multi-specialty group provider practice. While at ACMC, he was named Vice President of Health System Advancement and then Senior Vice President of Administration.

Interim President announced at ACMC
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Lab services at Family Health Centers

For your convenience, ACMC lab services are available at our Family Health Centers in Ashtabula, Conneaut, Geneva, Jefferson, and Orwell. Lab services are provided on a walk-in basis. Click here for hours of operation.

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Advancing Healthcare

Patients and visitors are seeing plenty of changes at ACMC’s main campus as construction has begun on our new 115,000 square foot Patient Care Tower. Set to open in early 2024, the Patient Care Tower features 55 new private patient rooms, 24 new Emergency Department rooms, five new operating rooms, new space for ACMC’s Wound Healing Center, and more. The new tower demonstrates our commitment to continue to advance healthcare in Ashtabula County for decades to come. During the construction period, patients and visitors may experience parking or access restrictions. We apologize for the disruption and inconvenience caused by the construction.

https://www.acmchealth.org/pulse/issues/summer-2022/advancing-healthcare-today-and-tomorrow/