Since 1906, communities including and surrounding Geneva, Ohio have relied on expert medical care from University Hospitals Geneva Medical Center. UH Geneva Medical Center is a federally-designated Critical Access Facility, signifying its vital importance to providing emergency medical care, as well as routine medical and surgical care, to families and businesses in the region. UH Geneva Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Additionally, UH Geneva Medical Center has achieved a NICHE certification. (NICHE is the acronym for Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders. Please visit http://www.nicheprogram.org for more information.)
With representation in more than 25 medical specialties—as well as an extensive community outreach program—UH Geneva Medical Center's 25-bed not-for-profit acute care facility is an integral contributor to the improved health of community members, as well as being a good neighbor and contributor to the economic sector of its entire service area.
Situated on the shores of Lake Erie, intersected by a major interstate highway, surrounded by farming community, school systems, vineyards, manufacturing companies, splendid and diverse communities, and neighbor to a major nuclear power plant—UH Geneva Medical Center stands ready to provide excellence in care to its extended service area 24 hours per day, seven days per week.