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Recent news


The BCMS Office is in the process of moving to Dr. Elizabeth Muennich's new facility!!!  The new address will be:  7249 Liberty Way, West Chester, 45069

The phone and fax numbers will remain the same and all changes will be effective after October 15, 2021.  Please stay tuned for upcoming events!

Important news for Physicians from Butler County Coroner, Dr. Lisa Mannix:

Ohio Department of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics


Here is the info packet ODH recently put together – it’s got a link to a demo video of using EDRS to enter the cause of death, some quick facts about EDRS use, and the sign-up forms users will need to return. We are running our Helpdesk support team through email at the moment while we all work remotely. is being monitored Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM, and that would be where our prospective new EDRS users would contact us to start the process. 

                                     From the ODH, courtesty of Dr. Lisa Mannix

2019 Year End Celebration and Awards

The 2019 Year End Celebration did not disappoint with over 130 attendees arriving at The Oscar Event Center to celebrate, dine and network!

22 Vendors were on site for an amazing Exhibitor Showcase!

Todd Baker CEO, OSMA presented Dr. Mark Imwalle with the 50 Years in Medicine award.  Dr. Elizabeth Muennich presented Senator Bill Coley with the BCMS State Legislator of the Year Award.  Dr. Anu Mital presented U.S. Congressman Warren Davidson with the BCMS Federal Legislator of the Year Award.  Ohio Representative Sara Carruthers and Hamilton Vice Mayor Michael Ryan were also present to answer questions and network with the Membership.

Mercy fairfield donor wall unveiled

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On December 6, 2018 Mercy Fairfield Hospital unveiled their long-awaited Donor Wall, complete with museum-grade shadowboxes containing historical and medical artifacts donated by the BCMS.  The longstanding relationship with Mercy Health began with Mercy Hamilton Hospital in 1892.  It was only fitting that these items find a home here, where they can enhance and highlight the field of medicine’s history while promoting public interest and education in Butler County.

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