Daniel Lynch, MD receives Doc Hollywood Award
French Lick, IN – On June 22nd, Daniel Lynch, M.D. of Indiana received the Indiana Rural Health Association Doc Hollywood Award. This award, presented at the Annual Indiana Rural Health Association Conference in French Lick, Indiana, is presented to a provider who has demonstrated dedication toward improving health care in his or her underserved community.
To be considered for this prestigious award, one must be nominated by their peers and then selected by the Indiana Rural Health Association committee. The award signifies exemplary healthcare service and an initiative to improve the community in which they practice.
When accepting the award, Dr. Lynch stated that he was both surprised and honored to receive this award. Additionally, he stated that it was an easy decision for him to come to these communities when he learned about the Pain Management Group model of addressing pain with a balanced approach that holds patients accountable for their care.
Dr. Lynch is the pain management provider at three (3) southern Indiana rural hospitals. His practices include The Perry County Memorial Hospital Pain Management Center in Tell City, The Gibson General Hospital Pain Management Center in Princeton, and Daviess Community Hospital Pain Management Center in Washington.Steve Berkhouse, CFO at Perry County Memorial Hospital, shared his thoughts on Dr. Lynch receiving the Doc Hollywood Award.
“We at Perry County Memorial Hospital have really enjoyed having Dr. Lynch as part of our community and have seen his impact in our community over the last year and a half. We are fortunate to have him leading the pain management center team and are proud that his hard work has been recognized.”
Emmett Schuster, CEO at Gibson General Hospital, has been a strong advocate of the hospital’s Pain Management Center. He stated that,
“Dr. Lynch and our pain management center are a vital service to our community and are making a huge impact on how our hospital team members approach and treat patients effected by acute and chronic pain.”
Dave Bixler, CEO at Daviess Community Hospital, expressed his support for Dr. Lynch and the Daviess Community Pain Management Center.
“When we decided to partner with Dr. Lynch and Pain Management Group, we had no idea that so many in our community were in need of this service line. It has become a vital service line to the community and we are proud to be able to make a difference in our community.”
To learn more about Pain Management Group or to find your nearest pain management center visit www.painmgmtgroup.com . For questions regarding this release please contact Corporate Relations Manager, Christina Muryn, firstname.lastname@example.org.