Established in 1986, ProMedica is a locally owned, nonprofit healthcare organization serving northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. Driven by our Mission to improve your health and well-being, we offer a full range of diagnostic, medical and surgical specialties in areas such as emergency medicine and trauma, heart and vascular, oncology, orthopaedics, neurology, and women’s and children’s services. Today, ProMedica – a committed team of dedicated experts, passionate volunteers and inspired advocates – is recognized nationally for the consistent, high-level care that we provide our communities.
In addition to providing acute care services, ProMedica serves patients and the community through ...
Advocacy and Government Relations: fosters initiatives that reach beyond preventive services and medical treatment to improve the health of our communities through grants, educational programming, volunteerism, college scholarships and forward-thinking policies –result in healthier lifestyles and superior care for those we serve.
ProMedica Physician & Continuum Services: includes ProMedica Physicians – community physicians and midlevel providers – as well as services such as rehabilitation, hospice, home health care, ambulatory, senior, radiology, laboratory, and pharmacy.
Paramount: a regional maintenance organization in northwest Ohio, with excellent member satisfaction ratings among all patient populations.
The Academic Health Center: an academic collaboration with The University of Toledo that includes research, grants, and residency programs, as well as fellowship, clerkship, nursing, pharmacy, allied health and continuing education.
ProMedica’s 12 member and affiliate hospitals include:
ProMedica Bay Park Hospital, Oregon, Ohio
ProMedica Bixby Hospital, Adrian, Michigan
ProMedica Defiance Regional Hospital, Defiance, Ohio
ProMedica Flower Hospital, Sylvania, Ohio
ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital, Fostoria, Ohio
ProMedica Herrick Hospital, Tecumseh, Michigan
Lima Memorial Health System, Lima, Ohio
ProMedica Memorial Hospital, Fremont, Ohio
ProMedica St. Luke’s Hospital, Maumee, Ohio
ProMedica Toledo Children’s Hospital, Toledo, Ohio
ProMedica Toledo Hospital, Toledo, Ohio
ProMedica Wildwood Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital, Toledo, Ohio
ProMedica’s 2010 Community Benefit totaled nearly $116.5 million. Beyond this, we strive to significantly improve the health and well-being of area residents through highly focused community advocacy programs, such as:
ProMedica Advocacy Fund — contributes support to agencies and organizations that provide basic needs’ assistance with food, clothing and shelter for citizens throughout ProMedica’s service area. Partner programs include those such as weekender backpacks, which provide elementary school students with food for weekend consumption; a refrigerated box truck for a local food bank; and seed money for opening a soup kitchen.
Hunger-free Community Initiative — in partnership with the national Alliance to End Hunger, ProMedica has developed partnerships with local organizations to create a tactical plan to raise the profile of hunger in our region, as well as to eliminate hunger.
Healthy Kids Conversation Maps® — developed for grades 1 – 6, these are part of ProMedica’s obesity prevention initiative to help children and their parents adopt healthy lifestyle choices.
Autism Collaboration — is a joint effort with other community organizations to establish a center to provide multi-disciplinary resources, interventions, programs, and support for children with autism and their families.
Fields of Green Scholarship Program — is a high school scholarship competition that challenges students to create nutrition and exercise programs for elementary school children. Throughout the first three years, ProMedica has provided a significant number of college scholarships as well as funding to local high schools.
ProMedica Volunteers — the management team of ProMedica is providing more than 4,000 hours annually of volunteer service to myriad organizations and service agencies within the communities we serve.
- 306 sites
- 27 counties in two states (Ohio and Michigan)
- 4.4 million patient encounters system-wide
- Nearly 600 providers/ProMedica Physicians, with 1.4 million annual patient visits
- 1,900+ physicians with privileges
- 12 hospitals
- Four ambulatory surgery centers
- 14,465 employees
- 2,245 volunteers
- 44 boards, committees/councils, foundations
- 487 volunteer board members
- 239,000 lives covered by Paramount Insurance
- 571 ProMedica Continuum Services beds
- 2,268 licensed inpatient beds
- 81,632 inpatient discharges
- 57,235 surgeries
- 8,628 births
- 337,035 ER visits
- 159,329 home care visits
- 1,053,092 rehabilitation therapy work load units
- $10 million raised through philanthropy
- $1.9 million in community advocacy
- Nearly $130 million in community benefit
2010 Community Benefit Report
In 2010, ProMedica contributed a total community benefit of nearly $116.5 million. We also partnered with more than 285 nonprofit organizations to help advance community advocacy programs. This included providing essential medical care to those who are under- and un-insured…launching programs to help fight childhood obesity…offering free public health screenings…supporting local food pantries…and much, much more. ProMedica is proud of our board members, physicians, employees, and donors who selflessly contribute untold personal resources to the communities we serve in countless ways.
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Whether through time, talent or financial contributions, we are proud to support our communities. We listen to our residents and provide them with the specific help that they need – when they need it.
When a physician is treating a patient, sometimes her or his first diagnosis doesn’t completely account for the symptoms that are present. In cases where diagnosing an illness is tricky, the physician may consult other sources for ideas—medical journals, previous clinical outcomes, the patient’s family history. Just as having these rich information resources close at hand makes a doctor’s treatment better, using the wealth of diverse experiences and backgrounds of the people we serve makes ProMedica a stronger organization. We are firmly committed to acknowledging and improving the diversity of our care practices, hiring practices, and community outreach.
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