Effective Monday, July 19, 2021, the following NOH/OMG office locations will no longer provide on-site blood draws: Westlake, Lorain, Olmsted Falls and Dewhurst. Click here for the nearest lab service location.
EMH Healthcare in Elyria has been ranked among the nation’s top 100 hospitals in 2012 for Cardiac Care and Coronary Intervention by HealthGrades. North Ohio Heart cardiologists with affiliations at EMH Healthcare are proud to be a part of this honor. North Ohio Heart and Ohio Medical Group physicians have been practicing at EMH Healthcare for more than 30 years.
EMH also received the prestigious HealthGrades “America’s 100 Best” Award™ for 2012 for the hospital’s quality of care and patient outcomes. Hospitals that are recipients of the America’s 100 Best Award had risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates low enough to place them in the top five percent of all hospitals in the United States.
HealthGrades is the nation’s leading independent health care ratings organization in comprehensive research of physicians and hospitals. The organization compiles data from dozens of independent private and public sources, including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, state medical board records and publicly available directories in order to grant the “America’s Best Hospitals” awards.
EMH Healthcare has received the HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™ for the past five years in a row (2008-2012), allowing the hospital to be eligible for the 100 Best Hospitals Award (a hospital must win this award a minimum of four consecutive years in order to qualify).
More than 100 million people visit www.healthgrades.com annually to help them decide where to go for their care, making HealthGrades an important and credible resource for patient information. By providing in-depth information on hospital quality, comprehensive physician data, and access to the most respected health content, HealthGrades delivers solutions along every step of the patient continuum.