University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center welcomes Family Practice physician Heidi A. Morris, DO, MHA to its roster of primary care physicians. Dr. Morris began accepting new patients on February 2 at Grafton Family Care, located at 489 North Main Street.
Dr. Morris focuses on many areas of health care, including preventative health; routine exams; chronic illnesses such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes; as well as well-child and well-woman care; behavioral health and immunizations. She is board-certified in Family Medicine, and has particular interests in medical education, health policy reform, women’s health, pediatric and adolescent medicine and chronic disease management.
Dr. Morris received her degree in medicine from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and her Masters in Health Administration from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Morris completed Fellowships in Academic Medical Education at NEOMED and in Health Policy at OUCOM. She was part of the Department of Family Medicine at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland for almost 12 years as Residency Director and Vice-Chair before accepting positions in Virginia and Northwest Ohio as an Assistant Dean at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
“I’m pleased to be a part of University Hospitals,” said Dr. Morris. “I appreciate the innovative and advanced care they provide to patients across all facets of health care.” She continued, “Both myself and my daughters are pleased to once again call Northeast Ohio home.”
To make an appointment with Dr. Morris, please call 440-329-4940.
About University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center
Founded in 1908, University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center is a 387-licensed bed hospital with additional campuses in Amherst (UH Amherst Health Center), Avon (UH Avon Health Center) and Sheffield (UH Sheffield Health Center), along with medical offices in Grafton, North Ridgeville and Westlake. Part of the University Hospitals health system, UH Elyria Medical Center offers patients access to UH Case Medical Center, a nationally recognized academic medical center, as well as programs from internationally recognized centers of excellence such as UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and UH Seidman Cancer Center. UH Elyria Medical Center received the American College of Cardiology’s NCDR ACTION Registry – GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2014; one of only 256 hospitals in the nation to receive this designation. For more information, visit www.UHElyria.org.