St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center
|St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center|
|Mercy Health Partners|
|Location||Toledo, Ohio, United States|
|Affiliated university||University of Toledo Medical Center|
|Emergency department||Level I Trauma Center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Ohio|
|Other links||Hospitals in Ohio|
Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center (MSVMC), established in 1855, 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.
St. Vincent holds the highest designation for treating high risk mothers & babies, is a Level I Trauma Center for children & adults and is an accredited Chest Pain Center.
SVMMC through a partnership with University of Toledo Medical Center and St Rita's Medical Center operates a 6 helicopter Air-Ambulance and a 5 ground based critical care ambulance entity called LifeFlight/MobileLife with helicopters based in Toledo, Wauseon, Bluffton, Clyde, and Milan.  LifeFlight/MobileLife is northwest Ohio's primary means of critical care transports. It is also the primary way that the Lake Erie Islands (Put-in-Bay, Middle Bass, and Kelly's Island) transport their patients to the mainland.