Mercy Health – Urbana Hospital
Since 1951, Mercy Health – Urbana Hospital, formerly known as Mercy Memorial Hospital has delivered quality, comprehensive, compassionate care. With a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services, skilled staff and state-of-the-art equipment, the hospital provides for much of local residents’ medical and surgical needs.
With a rich tradition of medical excellence, skilled nursing and sophisticated technology, our dedicated staff provides compassionate, high quality care and outstanding service for all stages of life. At Urbana Hospital, it is our mission to be committed to your family's health and to value the relationships between our caring staff and the communities we serve.
We provide comprehensive medical, surgical and emergency care. In addition to family medicine and pediatric care, our features include orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation, emergency services, a full range of imaging and laboratory services, digital mammography, and more.
Innovative Stroke Care
Mercy Health – Urbana Hospital participates in the Telestroke program with Ohio State University, which connects our Physicians Center with stroke experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. This state-of-the-art program uses advanced video equipment in your hospital’s emergency room to contact the stroke experts at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center. Together, your health care team and Ohio State’s stroke experts work to give you and your family the best stroke treatment available.
BEFAST is a simple way to remember the main symptoms of stroke. Recognizing these symptoms helps you know when to call for medical help.
BEFAST stands for:
B Balance loss
E Eyesight changes
F Face Drooping
A Arm Weakness
S Speech Difficulty
T Time to Call 9-1-1
News from Mercy Health Urbana Hospital
Urbana Hospital received finalist recognition for achieving top overall performance in any four of the five areas measured in Premier’s QUEST 2020 collaborative.
The Dayton Business Journal’s (DBJ) Healthiest Employers awards program recognizes employers that proactively shape the health of their employees.
Mercy Health — Urbana Hospital, in close collaboration with Urbana Fire and EMS, has secured a grant through the Ohio Department of Health’s Community Paramedicine (CP) Rural Health Pilot Program to launch a CP program.
Mercy Health — Springfield announces that after 18 years of administrative leadership service, Chief Medical Officer Don Johnson, MD has announced his retirement.