At Wooster Community Hospital, we forge affiliations in the best interests of our patients.
WCH partners with DASCO Home Medical Equipment to help you get what you need as quickly as possible. We pride ourselves in going the extra mile to provide superior service for patients, and we make it a top priority to treat you with the utmost respect, kindness, and sincerity. In satisfaction surveys, 99.7 percent of our patients rate their DASCO experience as "excellent."
Below is a sampling of some of the medical equipment and services we offer:
- Oxygen Concentrators
- Portable Oxygen
- CPAP and BiPAP Machines
- Aerosol Machines
- Non-Invasive Ventilation
- Pulse Oximetry Testing
- Overnight Oximetry Testing
Home Medical Equipment and Supplies
- Enteral Nutrition
- Hospital Beds
- Low Air Loss Mattresses
Bloomington Medical Services, LLC was formed by the Wooster Community Hospital Foundation as a way to attract and recruit providers to the community. Bloomington Medical Services is a multispecialty physician practice that also provides physician management services. Through Wooster Community Hospital’s affiliation with Bloomington Medical Services, our community benefits from provider services such as urgent care, family medicine, hospitalists, general/vascular surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiology, internal medicine, home helpers, endocrinology, plastic & reconstructive surgery, cancer care, pulmonary and obstetrics and gynecology specialties.
The Community Care Network (CCN) is a collaborative program between Wooster Community Hospital and The College of Wooster. The goals of the program are to promote wellness, reduce the need for potentially unnecessary procedures and hospitalizations, and promote delivery of evidence-based care.
CCN has established an interdisciplinary team comprised of a social worker/discharge planner, pharmacists, mental health provider, dietitian, nurse, and other disciplines as needed to meet and develop a plan of care that addresses the patient’s goals of a healthier lifestyle.
Patients are selected based on their desire to embrace a health change. Patients identified for this program are those who have had multiple hospitalizations, and/or potentially avoidable ER visits, and who have chronic diseases. Eligible participants may be identified during an acute care hospitalization, emergency department visit, or by physician referral.
It is anticipated that the patient will be enrolled in the program for a minimum of 15 weeks but it may be longer depending on the needs of the patient.
If anyone is interested in being a member of CCN, contact RN Angel Leighty at email@example.com or call (330) 263-8483
In 2013, WCH Health System collaborated with The James Cancer Network at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) to form Wooster Cancer Care, bringing the most advanced oncology and hematology care to residents of Wayne County and the surrounding areas. Highly skilled OSUCCC – James health care providers specialize in customized oncology treatment for cancer, and they are available locally to help reduce traveling for patients and their families.
In 2012, WCH Health System partnered with The Ohio State University Wexner Center to bring convenient access to Ohio State’s providers specializing in best treatment options for managing and treating orthopedic injuries and diseases.
To Read more visit: cancer.osu.edu/about/affiliates
Through our affiliation with Akron Children’s Hospital, we’re able to offer Wooster Community Hospital patients access to a Special Care Nursery, a Level II nursery in the WC Women’s Pavilion that significantly expands the neonatal care we can offer parents expecting preterm labor or a premature baby.
Health care providers from WCH and Akron staff the WCH Special Care Nursery, reducing the need for families to separate or travel long distances seeking the medical care they need during this critical period.
Wooster Community Hospital (WCH) and the Wooster Community Hospital Foundation are partnering with not-for-profit organization Whit’s End Community Place to provide free support services for fighters/survivors of cancer and their caregivers. This collaboration ensures that cancer fighter/survivors are not only given expert treatment for their illness, but that they and their caregivers receive compassionate care as people.
Under this partnership, a cancer support group usually meets on the first Thursday and third Tuesday of every month at 6:15 pm in the WCH auditorium. However, during COVID-19, Whit’s End is offering free teletherapy sessions with a licensed social worker.
Fighters/survivors of cancer or their caregivers can contact the program coordinator, Kat Little, at 330.287.2787 for more information.