Springfield Regional Medical Center is celebrating a decade of serving the community at its current location.

While the seeds of our ministry’s caring for our communities dates back to 1887 when Springfield businessmen Ross Mitchell and John Thomas donated funds to establish the first local hospital, this celebration is focused on the first 10 years of the Springfield Regional Medical Center and our commitment to provide the highest quality and most compassionate healthcare for future generations.

Mercy Health – Springfield Regional Medical Center, at its current location of 100 Medical Center Dr., has seen several advancements in access and technology since opening its doors on Nov. 13, 2011.

“The effort and dedication from the staff of the Springfield Regional Medical Center over the last decade has been nothing short of remarkable,” said Adam Groshans, president, Mercy Health – Springfield. “With the new service additions, upgrades and the efforts of the incredible staff here in Springfield, I am eager to continue providing high quality care for the decades ahead.”

“The tradition of caring for the Springfield community has been a century in the making,” said Dr. Pradeep Gujja, chief of staff, Mercy Health – Springfield Medical Center. “Springfield Regional Medical Center is paving the way for the future of healthcare in Clark and Champaign counties. The recent additions and advancements along with those that are planned will bring more comprehensive options to the Springfield community.”

Among the many advancements now in place at Mercy Health - Springfield Medical Center:

  • Opening our Musculoskeletal Institute (MSK) in a new state-of-the-art building where patients can receive specialized treatment for nearly any ailment needed in our community. Additionally, Orthopedic, Neurosurgery, Ortho Spine, and Rehabilitation are being streamlined for better care. Major announcements will be released soon for 2022.
  • Mercy Health and The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital (OSUCCC - James) joined forces through affiliation to enhance and expand the scope of oncology care provided throughout the region by developing a collaborative cancer health care delivery system that will provide high-quality, cost-effective care to all patients and families in October of 2021.
  • We have added many significant advancements to our clinical delivery over the past decade. A few significant advancements include; Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), MAKO surgical robot for Orthopedics, Neurosurgery and Ortho Spine partnerships, and Infectious diseases.
  • Investment and growth of our Women’s health service line. In 2021 we partnered to enhance our services and expand the level of care in Springfield and Clark County. In 2022 we will be launching our Maternal Fetal Medicine program in partnership with OSU. We are also excited to bring launching our Mid-Wife program in 2022.

The team also is proud of the medical center’s many national awards and recognitions, including recognition as a high-performing hospital when treating conditions of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) as well as our Nationally recognized Bariatric Center of Excellence. This award would not be possible without the hard work of the phenomenal providers and staff that have been called to serve the Springfield community.

“We take great pride in having served our community for the last 10 years. It has been a difficult time in health care over these past 19 months and I want to recognize our physicians, nurses and the entire hospital team for their dedication to our community,” said Dr. Joseph Morman, Family Medicine physician, Mercy Health – Springfield. “We value the opportunity to serve and appreciate the gratitude shown us over these 10 years.”

“Healthcare is truly a calling and what makes it even more special to our teams is that we are able to provide care to those in the communities where we live and raise our families,” said Rhonda Beane, Chief Nursing Officer, Mercy Health – Springfield. “I am so proud of each and every one of our nurses as well as the entire Springfield team for their tireless efforts in serving the health and well-being needs of our patients and our community.”

The leadership, physicians, and entire team at Mercy Health – Springfield Regional Medical Center look forward to continuing to provide the highest quality care to Springfield and the surrounding community for many years to come.