Urbana Hospital
904 Scioto St
Urbana, Ohio 43078
Get Directions Tel: (937) 653-5231

Urbana Hospital

Urbana Hospital is the only local hospital dedicated to serving the health care needs of residents of Urbana and Champaign County, Ohio. 

Since 1951, 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. 

Services

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 you families health and to value the relationships between our caring staff and the communities we serve.

We provide comprehensive medical, surgical and emergency care:

  • Surgical Services
  • Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation
  • 24-Hour Emergency Services
  • Cardiac and Respiratory Care
  • Full Range of Imaging and Laboratory Services
  • Digital Mammography
  • Colonoscopy Services
  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
  • Wound Care Center
  • Occupational Health & Medicine Services
  • Family Medicine & Pediatric Care
  • Community Outreach Programs
Innovative Stroke Care

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 healthcare team and Ohio State’s stroke experts work to give you and your family the best stroke treatment available.  

In a stroke situation, time is essential. Think FAST to recognize a stroke:
Face – Facial weakness or drooping
Arm – Arm numbness and weakness
Speech – Slurred Speech and difficulty speaking or understanding
Time – Time is critical!

If you or someone you know has any of the warning signs of stroke, call 911 immediately.

News from Urbana Hospital

Presentation on Osteoarthritis on November 17

Mercy Health – Springfield announces that orthopaedic surgeon Eric Metz, DO will present an informative discussion on the symptoms and treatment options for osteoarthritis at the Urbana Champaign County Senior Center on Friday, November 17 at noon. Urbana Champaign County Senior Center is located at 701 S Walnut St., Urbana, Ohio 43078.

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Urbana Hospital Open House November 15

Mercy Health – Urbana Hospital has exciting plans and its dedicated team wants to tell you all about them at a special upcoming event! Urbana Hospital invites the community to its Fall Open House, taking place from 4-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15.

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Community Mercy Foundation Annual Gala November 17

Community Mercy Foundation announces that its annual gala will take place on Friday, November 17, in the former JC Penney at Upper Valley Mall, located at 1475 Upper Valley Pike. This year’s gala, titled Kaleidoscope of Hope, benefits Mercy REACH (Recovery, Education, Advocacy, Care and Hope). Funds raised will allow Mercy Health – Springfield Regional Medical Center and Urbana Hospital to expand the services provided to those recovering from and being treated for addiction and also provide funding for preventive efforts in area schools.

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Drop Your Unwanted Medications at Mercy Health Hospitals

Mercy Health’s Springfield-area hospitals have drop boxes available to make it convenient for people to rid their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.

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Jamie Houseman named President of Mercy Memorial Hospital

Jamie Houseman, who has served in various leadership roles in the Mercy Health system for more than 18 years, has accepted the newly designed position of President of Mercy Memorial Hospital in Urbana. After starting her career in Cincinnati, Jamie came to this region in 2004 to become Executive Director of Oakwood Village. In 2013 she added the role of Director of Operations for Senior Health & Housing in Ohio and Kentucky. She has been responsible for six senior housing campus operations with approximately 1,000 beds and 900 employees.

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