OHIO – A local graduate of Logan Elm has been named as medical director for a inpatient rehabilitation center in Southern Ohio
Dr. Corey Johnson, a 2009 Logan Elm High School graduate, has been named as the Medical Director of Holzer Healthcare, Inpatient Rehabilitation in Gallipolis, OH. Dr. Johnson specializes in Post Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury care, as well as Neurological Diseases and Cancer and General Rehabilitation. He spent the last few years working at Parkview Medical Center in Ft. Wayne Indiana, where he successfully opened and operated the first Amputee clinic in Northern Indiana.
Holzer Medical Center and Holzer Clinic were opened on Jackson Pike, and dedicated to the community on April 17, 1972. A now 70 bed facility that opened in 1995 they specialize in over 30 areas of expertise, with over 160 providers administering care in 21 locations throughout southeastern Ohio and western West Virginia.
The Holzer legacy continues today with the continued practicing of Dr. Holzer Sr. and Dr. Holzer Jr.’s philosophy, “The Patient is the Center of All We Do.” As the system continues to grow services we will remember a proud past, celebrate present accomplishments, and look forward to what the future holds. Officially the entities are one Holzer family, as it was in the beginning of the clinic and hospital, here to benefit one another as well as the community. Once again, the system truly embodies One Dream, One Team, One Holzer.
Dr. Johnson is the son of David and Linda Johnson of Stoutsville, OH. He and his wife, Amber, reside in Southern Ohio.