The Toledo Hospital

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The Toledo Hospital
ProMedica Health System
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Geography
Location Toledo, Ohio, United States
Organization
Care system Public
Affiliated university none
Services
Emergency department Level I trauma center[1]
Beds 794[1]
History
Founded 1874[1]
Links
Website http://promedica.org/toledo
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The Toledo Hospital is a public hospital in Toledo, Ohio that is part of the ProMedica Health System. This level I trauma center is the biggest acute care location in the area,[1] with at least 4,000 health care professionals,[1] 1,100 of which being specialty and primary care physicians, caring for patients in any of the 774 beds.[2]

Accreditations[edit]

According to HealthGrades, the Toledo Hospital is among the nation’s top 5% of hospitals. In 2007, HealthGrades presented TTH with three awards: the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence, the Cardiac Care Excellence Award, and the Cardiac Surgery Excellence Award.

Amenities[edit]

The hospital has a cafeteria, two gift shops, internet access, a library, and pastoral services.[3]

There is also a renovation project currently taking place, which will result in the hospital containing a specific heart hospital.[4]

The Toledo Hospital also contains the Toledo Children's Hospital.

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