Health Connections - Health Briefs
Who's moving where this summer?
Dr. John Kempton recently became the second pediatric dental professional serving children in Yuma.
In his office in the National Bank of Arizona building, 538 E. 16th St., he cares for infants, children and teenagers. Services include comprehensive pediatric dental care stressing prevention and patient education, in-office sedations, hospital dentistry at Yuma Regional Medical Center, and care for special needs patients.
Hours of his office at Suite 101 are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fridays. He can be reached at 304-7100.
Orthopedic surgeons Drs. Shawn Hermenaus and Rodney Henderson are scheduled to move into a new building in the Tuscany Plaza, 28th Street and Avenue B.
The 6,200 building, scheduled to be completed in July, will have three suites — one for each doctor plus a physical therapy center for care of their patients. Currently both physicians have their offices at 2281 W. 24th St.
Dr. Habteab Feseha, a Yuma cardiologist whose practice is named the Red Sea Heart Center, will move into a new medical office at 590 W. Catalina. Construction of the office is scheduled to be completed in the fall.
Currently, Feseha practices at 2281 W. 24th St.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Todd Runyan plans to open a Foothills satellite office at the former Eckert Drug building at 11509 S. Fortuna Road, which he recently purchased.
Part of the building is expected to be developed into clinical space for Quality Rehabilitation Network. Completion of the renovation project is expected to be wrapped up by early summer.
Julie Dance is closing Simply Women, her midwife practice and bring her staff — consisting of Manuela Zavala-Lopez and Ady Dennis — to Women's Health Specialists. There, she plans to provide the broad range of midwife care taht includes obstetrics and gynecology.
Appointments with Dance and others at Women's Health Specialists who provide midwifery care can be made by calling 783-3050.