Lancaster, July 18, 2016. Each year Columbus Business First asks for nominations for their annual Champions of Health Care Award. This year they received over one hundred nominees, from which judges Gaye Martin, Corporate Manager, mission services, ProMedica, Toledo and Brian Bachelder, President, Ohio State Medical Association chose the finalist. Dr. Dyar was one of sixteen medical professionals from a variety of backgrounds to receive the distinguished honor.
Columbus Business First honored medical professionals from the Central Ohio area for their contribution to raising the quality of life in the regions where they practice, through innovations in research and technology, outstanding health care management, and dedication to patient care.
Dr. Dyar was singled out for her contributions, giving so much of herself to those she cares for, and taking on new challenges to address needs in the community. Dr. Dyar shares she is happy being part of a practice that “does it all,” from baby to elderly care including, visiting patients in the hospital and nursing homes, all needed services in the Lancaster community.
She is also a co-director of the Substance Abuse Stabilization Unit at Fairfield Medical Center, where they help three to five addicts a week through “medical stabilization”, and then see that they get into aftercare. “We’ve got a problem in our community: We all live here; we all work here. These are people we know who are ready to kick the addiction but don’t know where to go for help. The unit was something that needed to be done.”
Arbor View Family Medicine Physicians are specialists in Family Practice. Their training has prepared them to handle the medical needs of both children and adults. They are one of the few regional practices that manage care of their patients in all settings, including Fairfield Medical Center. Their mission is to promote excellence in healthcare by providing the highest professional standards of care. Arbor View Family Medicine has been providing care to the families of Lancaster and surrounding communities since 1997. They care for each patient with respect, compassion, and sensitivity.