Diagnostic imaging, also called medical imaging, is a tool that enables doctors to look inside the body to assess and detect specific medical conditions and injuries. It makes use of various machines to produce images of internal structures of … Read More
Wooster Community Hospital
CMS has updated their Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings for 2020, giving 407 hospitals a rating of 5 stars. There are more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide that were ranked based on the performance of their reviews.
For Ohio, there were … Read More
Back pain that lasts longer than three months is considered chronic. Patients with chronic back pain know only too well how the condition can affect their quality of life, and that pain relievers only provide temporary relief.
Chronic or severe … Read More
WOOSTER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ANNOUNCES THE PURCHASE OF HIGHLY ADVANCED ROBOTIC-ARM ASSISTED JOINT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES
Innovative Robotic Technology Allows Surgeons to Personalize Total Knee, Partial Knee and Total Hip Replacement Procedures to Each Patient in Wayne County and surrounding areas.
WOOSTER, … Read More
The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) certification is a recognition of a hospital’s pulmonary rehabilitation center’s commitment to providing patients a high standard of care and improving their quality of life. Founded in 1985, the organization aims … Read More
Endocrinologists address a variety of health conditions, including adrenal disease, metabolic bone disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome, diabetes, hormone imbalances, and thyroid dysfunction.
Regardless of your specific concern, you need a competent and reliable provider to attend to your needs. So, … Read More
An endocrinologist is a medical professional who specializes in the glands and hormones and how they affect your metabolism and bodily functions. You may have been working with an endocrinologist for a long time and have built a long-lasting relationship. … Read More
If you’ve never been examined by a hospitalist, don’t feel slighted. In fact, it could be a reason to celebrate, since hospitalists only see patients in the hospital. And chances are, if you had been seen by a hospitalist, you … Read More