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Harrison Memorial Hospital Welcomes New Physicians

Michael Horn, MD

Michael Horn, MD, to Head Cancer Care at HMH

CYNTHIANA Harrison Memorial Hospital (HMH) announced the addition of Michael Horn, MD, to the medical staff. Horn brings more than two decades of medical expertise to his new role as the head of Cancer Care at HMH.

Horn earned his BS in biology from UK and his MD from the UK College of Medicine. Horn completed a residency in internal medicine, as well as a fellowship in hematology/ oncology at UK Chandler Medical Center. In 2009, he attained an MS in healthcare management from Harvard University School of Public Health, Boston.

Horn is board-certified by the American Board of Medical Oncology. “Our hospital is truly fortunate to welcome Dr. Michael Horn to our team. His exceptional expertise in the fields of hematology and oncology with his genuine commitment to patient care, will undoubtedly enhance our ability to provide top-notch medical services to our community,” said Stephen Toadvine, MD, HMH CEO.

Ashley Blake, DO

Ashley Blake, DO, Joins HMH Medical Staff

CYNTHIANA Ashley Blake, DO, has joined Derek Clarke, MD, and Jennifer Canan, DO, in providing full-service obstetrical and gynecologic care to female HMH patients. She will specialize in general gynecology care and full-service obstetrical care from pregnancy diagnosis to delivery and follow-up care.

“As a native of Cynthiana, Dr. Blake brings a deep understanding of the community’s needs and a passion for serving its residents,” said Stephen Toadvine, MD, HMH CEO. “Her strong ties to the area and her expertise in women’s health makes her a tremendous asset to the HMH medical team and community.”

Blake graduated from Harrison County High School in 2010. She obtained her BS in biology from Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, and her medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg. She did her residency through the University of Kentucky at the Bowling Green, Kentucky, campus. She is member of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology.

In addition, Blake is a captain in the West Virginia National Guard. She is married to Matthew Blake, MD, an internal medicine physician.