Tenured Logansport physician set to retire

Last Updated on December 19, 2016 by cassnetwork

hall-jpgDr. James Hall, an OB/GYN physician with the Logansport Memorial Physician Network, has announced his plans to retire this year. He will take his leave from the hospital effective December 20, 2016 after 38 years of service to his patients and community.

“Logansport has been a wonderful community for me, my wife Kyle, and our four children,” commented Dr. Hall. “Wherever the future takes us, we will always have Logansport and Cass County in our hearts. It is time for me to take more of a role as a grandparent. I will miss each and every patient, as well as my healthcare peers. May God bless all of you. I wish health and happiness for each of you. As I have said many times, ‘Once a Berry, always a Berry.’”

“As Dr. Hall prepares for this transition, we thank him for his years of service to our hospital, our patients, and our community,” comments Perry Gay, CEO of Logansport Memorial Hospital. “He has also been an active and well-respected community member, in addition to his role as a beloved physician. We wish him well in this new phase of his life.”

To celebrate Dr. Hall and his commitment to Logansport Memorial Hospital, a retirement party is planned for Tuesday, December 20 from 4:30 – 6 pm. Patients, friends, and community members are welcome to attend, where refreshments will be served. The retirement party will be held in the LMH Main Lobby.

If you are a patient of Dr. Hall and would like to find a new provider, please call our Find-a-Doc service at (574) 725-3463. LMH staff will answer your questions about your healthcare needs or concerns and help place you with a provider who can meet them for you. We will work to ensure that you do not experience a disruption in your care and are placed appropriately as soon as possible. Please talk with staff at the LMPN Women’s Health Center about any other questions you may have, by calling (574) 722-3566.

SOURCE: News release from Logansport Memorial Hospital

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This was originally posted on Dec. 5, 2016.)