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Our Response to COVID-19
To keep you healthy, our practice remain opens and continue to see patients for in-person and virtual appointments. Learn more
We appreciate your trust in us for care and want to assure you that University Hospitals remains committed to keeping you and your family healthy, and will continue to provide you with the health care services you need. Our primary care practices are continuing to see patients during this time. Please call your doctor's office to find out which type of visit is the best option for you – in-person or virtual appointment.
If you are having milder COVID-19 symptoms it is safe to stay home to recover without seeing a doctor unless severe or life-threatening symptoms develop. If you wish to see your doctor, call or schedule online to make an in-person appointment or a virtual appointment through UH Virtual Urgent Care. Call 9-1-1 or visit your nearest emergency room if you are experiencing serious symptoms.
The health and well-being of our patients and their health care team will always be our priority, so we are following best practices for cleanliness, infection control and employee health at all our facilities.
Providing a unique approach to healthcare since 1999, University Hospitals North Ohio Heart and Ohio Medical Group partner to create the perfect health care balance for our patients.
Primary care services are handled by physicians at Ohio Medical Group, while cardiologists and specialists at North Ohio Heart ensure complete care for you and your family.
UH North Ohio Heart & Ohio Medical Group offer cardiology, primary care, diagnostic imaging and laboratory services at convenient locations across Cuyahoga, Lorain, Huron and Erie counties.
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History of UH North Ohio Heart & Ohio Medical Group
When John W. Schaeffer, MD, FACC, founded North Ohio Heart in 1978, he envisioned a team of dedicated professionals working together using the latest technology, while recognizing that sensitivity and patient trust are essential components of successful medicine.
More than 40 years later, NOH is proud to be among the top cardiology practices in the Great Lakes region, with an experienced team of cardiac experts, specialists, clinical researchers and professionals.
In 2010, the NOH/OMG practice joined services with EMH Regional Healthcare System under the new entity North Ohio Heart, Inc. Four years later, EMH became University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center. Then on January 1, 2015, North Ohio Heart, Inc. and Ohio Medical Group formally became part of UH Elyria Medical Center.
The diagnostic services departments at UH North Ohio Heart are fully accredited by the national society that requires the highest standards of care, performance and accountability.
The diagnostic departments of UH North Ohio Heart were among the first in the nation to achieve accreditation in Nuclear Cardiography (Since 1998), Vascular (Since 1998) and Echocardiography (Since 1999), and each has maintained their accredited status since.
UH North Ohio Heart and Ohio Medical Group contribute to the local community through the Lorain County Community Foundation.
We’re also a major supporter of the Lorain Free Clinic and a major sponsor of the annual Lorain County Heart Walk.
And since 2009, the American Heart Association (AHA) has recognized NOH/OMG as a Gold Level, Fit-Friendly Company. We offer employees physical activity support, provide healthy eating options at the work site, promote a wellness culture and implemented at least nine criteria (as outlined by the AHA) in the areas of physical activity, nutrition and culture.
To give our patients courteous, sympathetic treatment, with the highest quality care available, at a fair and reasonable cost.
Dr. Schaeffer envisioned building a team of dedicated professionals who would work together, using the latest technology, while never losing sight of the fact that personalized sensitivity and patient trust are essential components of successful medicine. He explains his philosophy: