Highpoint Health Partners with Seven Hills Anesthesia for Surgical Sedation/Perioperative Services
Highpoint Health has partnered with Seven Hills Anesthesia, a well-respected anesthesiology group practice, for the provision of surgical sedation and related perioperative services at the hospital.
Having served the Greater Cincinnati area for more than 50 years, Seven Hills Anesthesia is comprised of 64 board certified physicians and approximately 150 certified registered nurse anesthetists. In addition to Highpoint Health, the practice provides anesthesia services for major tertiary care facilities and surgical centers in Southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Joining the Highpoint Health Medical Staff from Seven Hills are Anesthesiologists Cathleen Mucenski, M.D.; Joseph Hassoun, M.D.; Daniel Brannon, D.O.; Joshua Hansen, M.D.; Brion Roman, M.D.; and Raymond Sullivan, M.D. Dr. Mucenski is the service’s Medical Director.
At Highpoint Health, Seven Hills Anesthesia provides perioperative care and sedation for surgical and endoscopy patients, as well as epidural blocks for obstetrical patients.
“Our physicians and staff are extremely pleased to have Seven Hills Anesthesia join our perioperative services team at Highpoint Health,” stated Nancy Kennedy, M.D., Highpoint Health Chief Medical Officer. “Their reputation for exemplary clinical skills, outstanding patient interactions and unyielding professionalism contribute greatly to the exceptional care our patients receive at Highpoint Health.”
“We are excited to be part of the medical staff at Highpoint Health and working with such a complement of extremely capable surgeons and practitioners,” noted Dr. Mucenski. “The surgical facilities at Highpoint Health are excellent and the staff is well-trained, experienced and very accommodating for both our needs and that of the patient. My fellow anesthesiologists and I are happy to be at Highpoint Health and we look forward to becoming fully integrated with both the medical and hospital staff, as well as our patients and the community.”