Surgery

Wooster Community Hospital offers a wide variety of surgical specialties because of the highly trained Anesthesiologists and Surgeons on our medical staff, including General/Vascular Surgeons, Urologists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Otolarngology/ENT Surgeons, Ophthalmologists, Podiatrists, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons, Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeons, and Obstetricians/Gynecologists.

Wooster Community Hospital now offers Robotic Assisted Surgery for certain procedures.  Ask your surgeon if your procedure qualifies for Robotic Assisted Surgery, or for more information you may visit the link to the right.

When you choose to have your surgery at Wooster Community Hospital, you can be sure:

  • You have highly trained professionals at your side.
  • You have the latest in technology and equipment.
  • You have the resources of the entire hospital available if needed.
  • You have people trained to handle any emergency.

We take pride in the privilege of caring for you.
 

Before Your Surgery

Prior to your surgery, talk with your surgeon so that you fully understand your surgical procedure. Feel free to ask questions that are important to you to relieve any concerns you may have.

Your doctor will schedule a time for your surgery and usually schedule pre-admission testing. The doctor will give you a Pre-Admission Testing (PAT) packet that includes orders relating to your surgical procedure.

Bring your PAT packet, a list of medications, allergies, and previous surgeries with you at the time of your visit.

Where does my family member wait?

While you’re having surgery, your family/support person may wait in the surgical waiting lounge.  Your family will be notified when it is time to talk with the surgeon.  Pagers are available in case you would like to leave the waiting area.

After Surgery

In your room, your family/support person can rejoin you. The nurses will be checking your blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and temperature from time to time.

Before you leave the hospital, a nurse will review your discharge instructions with you. Again, please feel free to ask any questions you may have.

Following discharge from Wooster Community Hospital, contact your doctor if you have any concerns.

Robotic Assisted Surgery

To learn more please visit the Robotic Assisted Surgery page.

Special Services

WCH eCare
WCH eCare

WCH eCare allows you to conveniently and effortlessly manage your Wooster Community Hospital experience online. Our eCare service lets you pay your bill, view upcoming appointment times, pre-register and cancel appointments, view results, and much more. If you are already an eCare member and would like to log in to your account, or if you are interested in setting up a new account, please visit our WCH eCare page.

Next Steps

Your Visit
Your Visit

To assist you in planning for you visit to Wooster Community Hospital we have assembled a group of items that we feel can help you understand what to expect during your visit to our Hospital. For information regarding your visit please navigate to the Your Visit page.

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Our Physicians
Our Physicians

Wooster Community Hospital employs numerous, top quality physicians. We are here to provide you with a high level of care that is unmatched in the area. Our physicians are passionate about caring for their patients and getting them back on their feet as quickly as possible, taking every precaution to insure it is done correctly and nothing is overlooked. To find a doctor or specialist that best fits your needs visit our Physicians page.

Next Steps


Next Steps


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