Moses-Ludington Hospital has a new director of medical emergency care. Todd G. Menia, MD, has been appointed medical director of the emergency department at the Ticonderoga hospital, a division of Inter-Lakes Health.
Ticonderoga Moses-Ludington Hospital has a new director of medical emergency care.
Todd G. Menia, MD, has been appointed medical director of the emergency department at the Ticonderoga hospital, a division of Inter-Lakes Health.
“We are excited and grateful to have Dr. Menia join our Inter-Lakes family,” said Chip Holmes, Inter-Lakes Health president and CEO. “This is about raising the bar for emergency care in our greater Ticonderoga service area and another example of the benefits that our partnership with Fletcher Allen Health Care is bringing to our shared service area and community.”
Inter-Lakes Health is an affiliate of Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vt. Holmes is a Fletcher Allen vice president in addition to his Ticonderoga duties.
“We are truly fortunate to have a region-leading emergency services team comprised of hospital staff and physicians,” Holmes said. “We are especially thankful to Dr. Glen Chapman who has been serving as the interim medical director of our emergency department. Dr. Menia’s leadership, in coordination with Dr. Ray Keller at Fletcher Allen, will promote the strengthening of our emergency services ultimately to the benefit of our patients and their families.”
Menia will be an employee of Fletcher Allen Health Care working at Inter-Lakes Health. He will supervise and work alongside the Inter-Lakes Health Emergency Department team in conjunction with specialists in the Fletcher Allen Emergency Department.
“Dr. Menia will play a key role in further refining the coordination of care between our two facilities,” Keller said. “We enjoy working with our peers at Inter-Lakes.”
Menia is board certified in emergency medicine with 20 years of experience. He has practiced throughout upstate New York, including Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital in Plattsburgh, Claxton Hepburn Medical Center in Ogdensburg and, most recently, Lewis County General Hospital in Lowville.
Menia received his medical degree from the State University of New York Health Science Center in Syracuse and completed his residency in emergency medicine at the Akron General Medical Center in Akron, Ohio. He is a summa cum laude graduate of SUNY-Cortland.