Transitional Care Unit

The goal of the Transitional Care Unit is to help people get past the hurdles of recovery and back to their lives, work, family, and independent living.  Patients may stay a few days or several weeks, depending on their needs. 

Contact

Contact the Transitional Care Unit
330-263-8421

Special Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation
Inpatient Rehabilitation

Our goal is to help patients get back to life, family and friends as quickly as possible. Working with each patient and their family, the team designs a highly individualized treatment plan which focuses on potential, not on limitations. For more information about how we approach rehabilitation and information about our inpatient rehabilitation department please visit the Inpatient Rehabilitation page.

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Home Health Services
Home Health Services

If you or someone you know needs help recovering from an illness or injury, Wooster Community Hospital's Home Health Department is at your service. Our professional team of nurses, therapists, social workers and home health aides provides in-home care to patients and families in Wayne, Holmes, and Ashland counties. Our goal is to offer compassionate care while helping patients regain as much independence as possible. For more information please visit the Home Health Services Page.

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Home Assistance
Home Assistance

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. If you would like more information please visit the Home Assistance page.

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Primary Stroke Center
Primary Stroke Center

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. For more information please visit the Primary Stroke Center page.

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