UH Geauga Medical Center
For nearly 70 years, University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center has served the residents of Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Trumbull counties and the towns of Chesterland, Newbury, Bainbridge, Burton, Chardon, Middlefield, Thompson, Montville, Perry, Madison, Painesville, Bristolville, West Farmington, North Bloomfield, Courtland, Orwell, Windsor, Wayne and Rome.
We offer urgent care and emergency room services, a Level 3 Trauma Center, comprehensive imaging facilities, specialized medical care from nationally recognized experts and a network of physician practices at a number of convenient locations, including our main campus at UH Geauga Medical Center as well as UH Geauga Health Center, UH Chesterland Health Center and network of primary care doctors.
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Community Health Needs Assessment
UH conducts a periodic community health needs assessment (CHNA) for each UH hospital facility in order to help identify the community’s most crucial health needs. Learn more about the most recent UH Geauga Medical Center CHNA.
Comprehensive Health Care and Medical Treatment
As a Joint Commission-certified fully accredited hospital, UH Geauga Medical Center's medical staff includes more than 400 highly trained physicians in more than 50 medical specialties. Our network of physicians and pediatricians also provides you and your family with the nationally recognized excellence of UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, UH Seidman Cancer Center and UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute.
In addition, UH Geauga Medical Center is recognized by several national organizations for their excellence in care as evidenced by a number of our designations and accreditations:
- Accredited Bariatric Surgery Program
- Accredited Breast Center
- Accredited Cancer Program with Commendation
- Accredited Chest Pain Center
- Certified Primary Stroke Center
- Certified Cardiovascular Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program
- Certified Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Program
History of UH Geauga
The University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center got its start in 1925 when Walter C. Corey, MD, known as the country doctor, started serving Geauga County. In the 1950s, the Corey hospital closed and the Geauga Community Hospital opened with 56-beds. Throughout the next 40 years, the Geauga Community Hospital opened two new wings accommodating more than 100 patients and enhanced diagnostic, ancillary, and support services, as well as a critical care unit.
In 1995, Geauga Community Hospital joined the University Hospitals Health System. This new membership opened the doors to medical excellence in and around Geauga County with the additions of the area's first behavioral health unit, a $7.4 million outpatient surgery center, on-site MRI services, Center for Women's Health, a cardiac catheterization lab, and more. During this time, UH Geauga Medical Center earned a number of accolades such as selection as one of the Top 100 Hospitals by HCIA Inc. and William Mercer, Inc., and as one of the nation’s Top 100 Hospitals by the Solucient Institute.
Most recently, the Geauga Medical Center opened up a comprehensive pain center, a lung and thoracic surgery program, a comprehensive cancer suite, and a digestive health center.
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