ACRMC hosts Wall of Life

Wall of Life

During June, Adams County Regional Medical Center (ACRMC), in partnership with LifeCenter Organ Donor Network, hosts the Wall of Life. This traveling exhibit is a floor display and highlights individuals in the local region who have been personally impacted by donation and transplantation.

The Wall of Life project was funded by a grant from the law firm Keating Muething & Klekamp and secured by a dedicated Donate Life Ambassador, Mrs. Dana Siegel, in April 2008. Dana was not only an incredible advocate for donation awareness and education but also a double lung transplant recipient who understood the importance of sharing her story with everyone she met along the way.

“The Wall of Life is more than just an educational tool for us. It is a legacy, and a testament to the positive impact organ and tissue donation has on our community,” reads a statement from LifeCenter Organ Donor Network.

The Wall of Life features local residents including Sharon Ashley, the wife of the late Dr. Bruce Ashley, who gave the gift of life and vision to others through a donation, and their daughter, Jade.

“Being able to give the gift of vision or a second chance at life is a powerful and incredible thing that we can all do,” says Mrs. Ashley.

“Dr. Ashley was an integral part of Adams County Regional Medical Center. His services as a family practice physician reached thousands of people in our community. His leadership as Medical Director of ACRMC’s Emergency Services Department and as an Emergency Room physician was exceptional. His journey continues through his choice of organ donation,” said Rachel Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer.

The exhibit is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the front lobby of the Adams County Regional Medical Center located in Seaman until June 30th.

For more information about the Wall of Life or scheduling the Wall for your business or organization, please call or email Jeannie Kuhn at 513-315-0393 or

Ashley Family

About Adams County Regional Medical Center

Adams County Regional Medical Center is a 25-bed critical access hospital located near Seaman, Ohio, just 60 miles east of Cincinnati. Adams County Regional Medical Center is a viable and growing state-of-the-art health care facility meeting the needs of Adams County and the surrounding communities, providing a full range of services, including inpatient and outpatient amenities. Adams County Regional Medical Center is Joint Commission certified, focusing on the importance of patient care and organized functions that are essential to providing safe, high-quality care.