Are you shopping for insurance on healthcare.gov? If yes, please be sure that WCH is a plan provider. We are a network provider for the following three exchange plans.
Medical Mutual of Ohio
If you have questions or need more information please call 330-263-8158.
Wooster Community Hospital has been chosen as a Women Certified top 100 hospital for 2013. Please view the video, by Women Certified Founder Dalia Passi, below. We are honored to be a part of this list and are determined to continue providing our community with excelent service and care.
Wooster Community Hospital is offering $99.00 Blood Flow Screening. Blood Flow Screening is used to identify potential risk of stroke, peripheral arterial disease abdominal aortic aneurysm. View the attached PDF for more information about the different types of Blood Flow Screening. To schedule please call 330.263.8282.
In this issue of our Community Focus Brochure we highlight new additions to the Wooster Community Hospital team of doctors. We also touch on the accomplishment of becoming a Healthstrong Top 100 Hospital, we talk about our Community Care Network along with many other great stories from the community. Download the complete brochure by using the link provided.
Wooster Community Hospital Named 2013 HealthStrong™ Top 100 Hospital
Wooster Community Hospital was recently named one of the iVantage Health Analytics® 2013 HealthStrong™ Top 100 Hospitals in the country.
"Wooster Community Hospital is proud of the efforts of its Board of Governors, physicians and staff who have contributed to our hospital achieving this national recognition,” said Bill Sheron, CEO.
The 2013 HealthStrong™ Top 100 Hospitals, including Wooster Community Hospital scored best hospitals on the iVantage Health Analytics’ Hospital...
Wooster Community Hospital is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Todd to our team at the OSU Medical Center. Dr. Todd is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine and specializes in shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopic procedures. He will be working alongside Dr. Chicorelli at the OSU medical Center at HealthPoint.
Mark Shoup could have literally coined the phrase “back-breaking labor.” For years, the Mansfield resident worked as a brick layer - twisting, turning, bending and lifting. When the rigors of the job finally caught up to him, he discovered he had been living with a broken back for years.
Read Mark's story and many others in this year's Spring Newsletter, available for download to the right.
The purpose of this publication is to provide a summary of benefits provided by Wooster Community Hospital. Sometimes, when one is close to an issue, the answer seems obvious – but I realize this may not be the case for all of you. Let me put forth some not-always obvious benefits for you to consider...
Read Mr. Sheron's letter and more in our most recent release of our Community Benefit Brochure, available for download to the right.
Wooster Community Hospital has named Darryl Manley, Rt(R), the Manager of Cardiovascular Services. Darryl, who has been the Manager of the Special Procedures and Cath Lab, will continue to hold that responsibility and will now also have management of Cardiovascular Services and Cardiac Rehabilitation.
A Radiology Technologist, Darryl has been a part of the Wooster Community Hospital staff since 2001. He holds an AD in Radiologic Technology from Marian Technical College, and both an AD in Science and a BS in Allied Health Professionals from...
Due to the high incidence of flu, Wooster Community Hospital requests your cooperation with the following:
Don’t visit a patient if you have flu-like symptoms (fever with cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, headache, fatigue, body aches, vomiting or diarrhea)
Please take precautions to prevent the spread of flu:
Wash your hands frequently
Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze
Thank you for your cooperation as we strive to protect and care for our patients and visitors.