Our Care and Services
Wooster Community Hospital provides chemotherapy and chemotherapy-related services at our convenient Infusion Center – WCH Outpatient Center-East location at the intersection of Eagle Pass and Back Orrville Road. With Wooster Community Hospital Pharmacy oversight, infusion services are available to our community here with convenient parking and a friendly and compassionate staff.
Infusion Center – WCH Outpatient Center-East
2326 Eagle Pass
Wooster, OH 44691-5338
The Cardiac Catheterization and Special Procedures allows patients to have procedures locally, without having to leave the community. Cardiac procedures performed in the Cath Lab include heart catheterizations, pacemakers, defibrillators (ICDs), and cardioversions. In addition, physicians also perform:
- Aortic Aneurysm repairs
- Peripheral balloon angioplasty and stent placement
- Plaque removal of the arteries
- Clot removal
- Cava Filter placement and retrieval
Dialysis Fistula repair
Wooster Community Hospital has been accredited as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission. The Stroke Team at WCH rapidly evaluates and directs the treatment for all stroke patients. For patients who qualify, clot dissolving therapy can be administered within three hours of the stroke occurring.
A member of the stroke team is available 24 hours, 7 days a week to quickly assess patients and determine eligibility for available therapies. Always remember stroke is a medical emergency; time is the most important factor in the effective treatment of stroke; early recognition of symptoms and notifying 911 immediately is essential.
FAST Signs of Stroke
- F - Face -uneven smile/droop?
- A- Arms- one drift down?
- S- Speech- slurred or strange
- T-Time- Call 9-1-1 with signs of stroke
Our Speech Pathologists provide quality services to those who are communicatively challenged. The members of our Speech Pathology Department are part of a highly qualified team of professionals, specially trained to help each patient reach his or her maximum potential in overall development, or recovery from a disease or illness such as a stroke, swallowing disorders, and many more.
Our physical therapy team provides a wide variety of services and expertise in caring for acute and post surgical injuries, sports and orthopedic conditions as well as pediatric and geriatrics conditions. Our staff is comprised of board certified specialists, Doctorate degree and advance credentialed therapists. Many of our staff members have presented at national conferences, and we are very involved in the latest outcomes research.
Our Occupational Therapists provide services to individuals who have experienced a change in their ability to perform self-care, homemaking, work or leisure tasks due to neurological, orthopedic or other disease related processes. The therapists identify patient related goals following a thorough initial evaluation and develop an intensive individualized treatment program to meet these goals. Success in regaining lost skills means greater independence and an improved quality of life for both the patient and their loved ones.
The Cardiac Rehabilitation program uses exercise and education to help cardiac patients once again enjoy activities they consider important to a high quality of life. The program offers Phase 2 and Phase 3 cardiac rehabilitation.
Nurses and an exercise physiologist closely supervise and monitor the group exercise sessions monitoring heart rate and heart rhythms. Blood pressure is also checked. The exercise sessions take place three times per week and normally continue for 12 weeks. Patients and family members are encouraged to attend classes about healthy lifestyles.
Phase 3 participants use the same equipment they used in Phase 2, but no longer wear a heart monitor.
Education about heart disease is also an important part of the rehabilitation process at Wooster Community Hospital. Patients and their families are given information on a wide variety of topics, all of which are related to recovering from heart disease and preventing future heart disease. This education begins while the patient is still in the hospital and is expanded greatly in the outpatient Phase 2 Cardiac Rehabilitation Program.
Lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, losing weight, increasing physical activity levels, controlling blood pressure and reducing blood cholesterol levels can reduce the risk of future heart disease. All participants in the Phase 2 program are referred to a clinical dietitian for advice on healthy eating.
You want answers about your heart and cardiovascular system to be prompt and accurate. Here in The Heart Center at Wooster Community Hospital, comprehensive diagnostic testing provides your doctor with the information to treat you quickly and conveniently. The Heart Center’s professional clinical staff and Board Certified Cardiologists provide these cardiology services in a friendly, convenient and comfortable environment.
Wooster Community Hospital offers a Home Assistance program to help you as a family member or caregiver who dedicates your time to caring for an adult loved one. We offer “respite care” -- or a much needed break time -- so you can have a night out, a day off, run a few errands, or just a few hours to care for yourself.
Home Assistance can offer peace of mind because someone who cares is there to help, whether it is to help you or your loved one.
Who Are We?
Senior Partners is a free benefit program for adults age 50+. Benefits include:
• Hospital gift shop discount
• Discounts in the community
• Wooster Community Pharmacy discount
• Free coffee in the hospital cafeteria
• Select hospital screening discounts
• and more
Membership also includes:
• Quarterly newsletters
• Monthly educational dinner programs
• and more