St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

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St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center is the critical care regional referral and teaching center within the Mercy Health Partners system, a seven hospital faith-based system serving Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. In 2007, St. V’s recorded 20,922 patient admissions, 1,423 births and 64,692 emergency department visits. St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center has more than 3,600 employees and more than 970 physicians on the Medical Staff. St. Vincent maintains a completely modern, attractive and secure campus and also takes a leadership role in providing quality medical education and community development.

Home of the Regional Heart & Vascular Center, the area’s only free-standing facility for the treatment of heart and vascular diseases

Holds the highest designation – Level III – for treating high-risk mothers and babies

Holds the highest trauma designation from the American College of Surgeons, “Level I Trauma Center for Children and Adults”

Advanced treatment of cancer at the Mercy Cancer Center, which features the area’s most advanced integrated cancer treatment system

Comprehensive Critical Care Transport Network (in conjunction with University of Toledo and St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima), including five Life Flight air ambulances, six Mobile Intensive Care Units and 3 EMS Units

Site of the region’s only Burn Care and Reconstructive Center

First hospital in the area to offer robotic enhanced surgery - Since 2003, St. V’s has offered patients the latest in minimally-invasive surgical approaches through the use of the da Vinci® surgical system. The robots are currently being used in Vascular Surgery, Urology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Gynecology and Pediatric Urology among others

Site of the region’s most advanced Surgery Center, with 18 modern surgical suites; and the daVinci Surgical Robotic System for minimally invasive surgical procedures

Premier provider of medical education programs, with over 190 GME residents, including emergency medicine, allopathic and osteopathic residencies, and Mercy College of Northwest Ohio

Sponsors many other significant patient care services, including comprehensive women’s and children’s services, cancer care, hospital-based palliative care unit, neurosciences and orthopedic programs; the Neurosurgery and Spine Institute also sponsors seven specialized intensive care units

Staffed 24-hours-a-day by physicians in the following specialties: anesthesiology, emergency medicine, general surgery/trauma, neonatology (care for critically ill babies) and obstetrics

More than 500 affiliated primary care physicians (family practice, internal medicine, obstetricians and pediatricians) located throughout Toledo and surrounding communities.