The final beam was put in placed in new ER

TOLEDO, Ohio – The final beam was put in place on Dec. 1 in the new emergency center at Mercy  Health - St. Vincent Medical Center, bringing construction of the project closer to completion.


Mercy Health announced plans in March, 2016 on the investment of nearly $34 million in downtown Toledo. The new 29,000 square foot, two-story building will house St. Vincent and Children’s emergency services, including our level 1 trauma center, on the main floor. The second story will include an expanded surgical area with a more robust area for pre-operative services and post-operative care.


Additionally, the new center will offer improved patient and visitor access, including a separate entrance for ambulances and other emergency medical personnel.


The news addition is slated to be completed in early 2018.


Established in 1855, Mercy Health St. Vincent Medical Center is the area’s first hospital and is the critical care regional referral and teaching center. St. Vincent is home to five Life Flight air ambulances, holds the highest designation for treating high risk mothers & babies and is a Level I Trauma Center for children & adults. Mercy Health - St. V’s is also home to the regions only Burn Care and Reconstructive Center.  Additionally, the campus is home to Mercy Health - Children’s Hospital, offering in patient services and access to a comprehensive group of pediatric specialists.