• Our Diabetes Clinic has recently received The American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate showing our dedication to our diabetes self-management education program. The ADA believes our program offers high-quality education that is an essential part of effective diabetes treatment. Click here to learn more about this recognition from the ADA. To contact the Diabetes Clinic, call 330-263-8196
  • Dr. Christopher Wartmann of Wooster ENT performs cochlear implants here at our hospital. Click here to read our article on Dr. Wartmann and one of his patients to receive a cochlear implant
  • Our annual report includes articles on: A Message From our President/CEO: Why Local Matters Interventional Cardiology: Greg Iannarelli's story Promoting Philanthropy at WCH A Message From our VP of Fiscal Services/CFO Comprehensive Cancer Care at WCH: Welcome Dr. Joseph Prah A First Step to Recovery: Inpatient Withdrawal Assistance Click here to read our Community Benefit Update
  • Cardiologist, Dr. Cyril Ofori, explains how cardiology has changed and advanced over the years here at WCH. He goes in-depth about how he, his fellow colleagues, WCH Administrators and the Board have brought 24/7/365 heart care to our community.  
  • Click here to read our latest Community Focus Magazine Featuring: Interventional Cardiology is Now Available at WCH A First Step to Recovery We're Making a Difference
  • Click here to read our latest feature in Just Plain Values Magazine.
  • Whit's End is a support group for local caregivers and patients of cancer. A Kick-off Event for the support group will take place on January 26th in the hospital auditorium at 6:00pm.Click here for the Kick-off Event flyer. Whit's End was co-founded by Sandy Kline and Cathy Ballinger Support Groups Begin! February 2, 2017 6:30 pm   Support Groups Begin Anyone Touched by Cancer Welcome February 2, 2017 6:30 pm Wooster Community Hospital   6:30 - 6:45 pm Guided Imagery - Patients & Caregivers (South Auditorium) 6:45 - 7:45 pm Patient Group...
  • Due to the High incidence of Influenza in our community, we have recognized the need to limit all visitations within our hospital in an effort to protect our patients’ well-being. Only healthy immediate family members over the age of 14 will be permitted to visit with patients. (Children are capable of transmitting the flu virus for some time before onset of illness.) People experiencing fever, chills, headache, cough, sore throat, and/or muscle aches are contagious. We ask these visitors to contact the patient after they have been discharged...
  • In November 2016, The College of Wooster Experiential Learning Program presented Wooster Community Hospital with this award recognizing the hospital as a community partner.  The collaborative learning program between The College of Wooster and Wooster Community Hospital benefits patients within our community and gives students the opportunity to experience, first hand, many aspects of the healthcare profession. 
  • Wooster Community Hospital is now accepting applications for the 2016 Senior RN Student Scholarship Program. The scholarship is awarded to BSN students graduating in 2017. You can request an application by calling 330.263.8138, e-mailing Jennifer Murphy at, or printing out the application by clicking "Download Application" at the bottom of this post, or by filling out the online application here: Online Application The application deadline is December 30, 2016.  Please contact Jennifer Murphy at 330.263.8138 or at jmurphy@...