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  • Our 2014 Community Benefit Report is all about our current collaborations with other hospitals. Akron Children's Hospital has helped us bring a Level II Nursery to our community to help keep special care newborns at home. Ohio State University The James Cancer Network has brought outstanding, personalized oncology care to Wooster with Oncologist/Hematologist, Dr. Mansoor Alam at Wooster Medical Oncology. Ohio State's University Wexner Medical Center has also brought excellent orthopaedic care with Orthopaedic Surgeons, Dr. Anne Marie...
  • Dr. Shane Clark will be offering free community skin screenings on June 17th, 2015 from 4-6pm in the hospital auditorium. Dr. Clark is a dermatologist with Twin Oaks Dermatology at 324 E. Milltown rd. in Wooster.
  • To learn more, please view the average charge comparisons PDF for Inpatient and Outpatient services for WCH and the surrounding hospitals and counties.
  • Wooster Community Hospital has been named one of the best 100 hospitals for Patient experience by Women's Choice. The Women's Choice award is given to hospitals who go above and beyond in patient care and attention.
  • Wooster Community Hospital was recently awarded the 2014 Top Performer Award in Outstanding Rehabilitation Program Performance by the Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation. This accolade was specifically awarded to our Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. To find out more about this unit, please read here.
  • In this issue of our Community Benefit Report we focus on where we have progressed over the past years, welcome new physicians, hear about Mick Real’s story, and more! Download the complete brochure by using the link provided.
  • Wooster Community Hospital is pleased to announce our new Community Care Network online resource center. The Community Care Network 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 evidenced based care. You can find plenty of information about the program by visiting this link: Community Care Network
  • Relieves Pain What is it? Trigger Point Dry Needling is a technique inserting a very thin needle into a trigger point to decrease pain and restore function. For more information visit our Healthpoint page by clicking here. Click here to download our brochure.
  • In this issue of our Community Focus Brochure we highlight Seth Danso's journey from Ghana to Wooster Community Hospital. We also touch on Dr. Alam coming to Wooster board certified in Hematology and Oncology, WCH being names America's Top 100 Hospitals for Patient Experience, and much more! Download the complete brochure by using the link provided.

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