The University of Toledo Medical Center is the area's only academic medical center, providing high levels of expertise, the resources to handle the most complex cases, and access to the latest and safest medical advances.
UTMC provides compassionate, university-quality care and strives to meet the needs of patients and exceed their expectations. This commitment is founded in our belief that patient care will always come first.
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Wound Care & Hyperbaric services provide a multi-disciplinary team of experts certified in the management of wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The center is adjacent to the vascular laboratory which provides a full range of non-invasive vascular testing.
Women are so busy being spouses, mothers and caregivers for elderly relatives that their own health concerns often take a back seat to the needs of others. UT Health provides university-quality specialty health services tailored to women's unique needs. In addition to specialists with expertise in conditions such as osteoporosis, menopause, sexual health, UT Health provides comprehensive services in pelvic pain management, breast care, cancer and epilepsy.
Vascular and Endovascular Surgery is a complete center for the the management of all peripheral vascular diseases. We offer the entire spectrum of vascular management, including medical therapy, minimally invasive surgery, and percutaneous therapy for all arterial and venous conditions.
Urology services offer multiple areas of specialized care, kidney transplantation, and currently features the most advanced Robotic-Assisted Surgery available in the area.
Common procedures include: bladder cancer, childrens urology, incontinence, kidney cancer, kidney stones, kidney transplantation, male infertility, prostate cancer, testosterone replacement, urinary control problems, urinary tract disease and infections, vasectomy, and venereal disease treatment, testing and counseling.
The Department of Surgery offers expertise in the following surgical areas:
The Stroke Team handles prevention, diagnosis and treatment of stroke and transient ischemic attacks. Transient Ischemic Attacks act as a warning stroke or mini-stroke that produces stroke-like symptoms.
The University of Toledo Medical Center Division of Sports Medicine and Family Medicine, is made up of a team of sports medicine fellowship-trained physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, family physicians, athletic trainers and physical and occupational therapists.
The Spine Clinic provides diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for patients with simple or complex painful spinal disorders.
Common conditions include: acute pain syndrome, back pain/discogenic back pain, pain unresponsive to previous back surgery, chronic pain, herniated disc - back/neck, musculoskeletal pain, neck pain, shoulder/arm - undiagnosed, and spinal stensosis.
Rheumatology services provide diagnostic and therapeutic evaluation for adults and children with acute and chronic rheumatic diseases.
Common conditions include: rheumatoid arthritis, chronic arthritis, systemic lupus, scleroderma, polymyositis, vasculitis, and autoimmune diseases and systemic disease with articular manifestations.
The Coghlin Rehabilitation Center provides an overall range of rehabilitation services. Programs include an acute inpatient rehabilitation unit and comprehensive outpatient therapy services.
Common rehabilitation services include patients who are recovering from amputation, stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, vestibular disorders (dizziness), musculoskeletal dysfunction, headaches, neck and back pain, orthopaedic conditions, and osteoporosis.
Radiology services provide full imaging services, including the worlds fastest and most powerful MRI machine, offering images of the body with more detail and clarity. We also use the most advanced multi-slice computed tomography (CT) for detection and treatment of heart disease. This allows us to view detailed images of the heart faster, avoiding invasive procedures.
Services include: angiography, cardiovascular, computerized tomography, CT angiography, fluoroscopy, gastrointestinal, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, nuclear medicine/PET ultrasound, and ultrasound guided procedures.
Radiation Oncology services include methods used for treating certain cancerous, as well as some noncancerous, conditions. This treatment uses high-energy rays and electron beams to interrupt the growth of cells.
Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine offer complete consultative services and specialized care for patients with known or suspected lung disorders, pulmonary vascular disease, and sleep disorders.
Common conditions include: Asthma, COPD, lung disease, lung mass evaluations/cancer, sleep disorders, sleep apnea or nocturnal asthma, and pulmonary embolism or pulmonary hypertension.
Psychiatry services provide inpatient services to children, adolescents and adults, offering multidisciplinary evaluation and treatment of acute emotional and behavioral problems.
Outpatient services include assessment, individual, marital and family therapy, and pharmacological management.
Plastic Surgery services offer reconstructive surgeries, cosmetic surgeries, non-surgical facial treatments, and hand surgery procedures.
Common procedures include: breast reduction, tummy tuck, eye lift, breast augmentation, brow lift, face lift, reshaping the outside of the nose, liposuction, facial peels, botox, restylane, carpal tunnel syndrome, hand fractures, hand surgery, trigger fingers, breast reconstruction, traumatic injuries, post-burn reconstruction, and prominent ears.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation services offer expertise care in the evaluation and management of a variety of conditions including: back and neck pain, brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, musculoskeletal injury, post stroke, work related injuries, and amputee/limb loss.
The outpatient pharmacy prepares and dispenses medications for patients, students, employees, volunteers, and employees of The University of Toledo main campus.
Pediatric services offer treatment for infants, children, and adolescents.
Common Areas of Specialty include: cardiology, allergy-immunology, developmental, behavioral, endocriniology, general, genetics, infectious diseases, hematology, oncology, adolescent medicine, child abuse and neglect, and nephrology.
The Department of Pathology provides reference laboratory support for Northwestern Ohio. The Pathology Department includes services regarding Blood Transfusion, Clinical Chemistry, Cytopathology, Neuropathology, Hematology & Clinical Microscopy, Immunology, Surgical Pathology, and Ultrastructural Pathology.
Pain Management services offer multidisciplinary care to patients of all ages who suffer from acute, chronic, and cancer related pain.
All types of pain are treated including: back, neck, arm or leg pain, arthritis, disc herniation, disc bulging, degenerative disc disease, nerve damage, reflex dystrophy, phanton pain, muscular strains, and pain resulting from cancer and injuries.
Please visit one of our three outpatient labs offered on the Health Science Campus:
Main Hospital Lobby
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 AM-5:00 PM and Saturday 7:00 AM-11:00 AM
Phone # 419-383-5245
Fax # 419-383-6125
Ruppert Health Center Lab (just off the lobby registration area)
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:00 AM-5:30 PM and Friday 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
Phone # 419-383-4530
Fax # 419-383-3236
Family Physicians Primary Care - Talmadge Road
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00AM-5:30PM
Phone # 419.383.5000
Testing performed at FDA-accredited UT Medical Center Labs.
Walk-in appointments are available for general testing. Scheduled appointments are available for glucose tolerance and platelet aggregation testing.
The Orthopaedic Center offers total orthopaedic care from neck-toe, and every bone and joint in between. We offer a guaranteed appointment within 24 hours, and emergencies are seen right away.
Common procedures include: fractures and dislocations, foot and ankle conditions, sports medicine needs, spine conditions, joint replacement, hand conditions, podiatry needs, and orthopaedic trauma services.
Ophthalmology services offer evaluation and treatment of eye condtions, and the subspecialty of neuron ophthalmology and retina.
Common treatments include: eye examinations, cataracts, glaucoma, dry eyes, eye diseases, corneal diseases, diabetic retinopathy, conjunctivitis, and low vision.
UTMC Occupational Medicine Services specialize in keeping your employees healthy, safe, productive and on the job.
Common types of care include: Physical examinations, disease and exposure surveillance, on-site physical therapy and rehabilitation, work site health, wellness and safety programs, drug and alcohol testing, on-site ancillary tests and services, workers compensation injury care, same day referrals and appointments, and specialized exams.
Obstetrics and Gynecology services offer clinical services to the female patient. All subspecialties, including genetics, gynecology, obstetrics, oncology, maternal fetal medicine, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Common Obstetric Care Includes: preconception counseling, prenatal diagnosis, amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling, fetal ultrasound, high risk pregnancy consultation, and invasive fetal procedures.
Common Gynecologic Care Includes: menopause, osteoporosis, contraception, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, urinary stress incontinence, complex gynecologic problems, breast care, and infertility.
Obesity is a condition that occurs when you have too much body fat. Obesity can occur over time when you eat more calories than your body uses. Each person has a different balance between calories that are used, and calories that are stored. Common factors may include genetics, age, gender, over eating, eating high-fat foods and not being physically active. A person is considered obese when his/her weight is 20% or more above normal weight. The body mass index or BMI measures obesity based on height and weight. A person is considered overweight when his/her BMI is between 25 and 29.9. A person is considered obese if his or her BMI is over 30. Morbid obesity is defined as more than 100 pounds over normal weight, a BMI greater than 40.
Obesity can cause an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis and some cancers. Losing 5 to 10 percent of your weight can help delay or prevent some of these diseases.
Neurology services offer consultations, and manages patients with a wide range of neurological disorders.
Common conditions include: epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, migraines, cluster headaches, huntingtons disease, tremors, tourettes syndrome, parkinsons disorder, neuropathies, Lou Gehrigs Disease, muscular dystrophy, myopathy, and long term epilepsy monitoring.
Nephrology services offer diagnostic and therapeutic services to patients with acute and chronic renal disease, hypertension, and fluid electrolyte and acid based disorders. Emphasis is placed on early diagnosis and treatment of renal diseases and the preservation of renal function through dietary intervention and control of blood pressure.
Common procedures include: kidney biopsy, renal failure care, kidney transplantation, diabetic nephropathy, hemodialysis, and continual renal replacemment therapy.
The Infectious Diseases Clinic offers expertise in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of acute, chronic and recurrent infections in the adult population.
Our physicians offer specialized care for infectious diseases such as wound infections, tuberculosis, fever of unknown origin and other complex infectious diseases.
Hepatology services offer care before and after liver transplantations, referral for liver transplantation, and care of liver diseases not requiring liver transplant.
Common conditions treated include: Hepatitis B and C, primary sclerosing, cirrhosis, liver tumors, and autoimmune hepatitis.
Hematology services diagnose and medically manage all benign and malignant hematologic blood disorders.
Common procedures include: disorders of coagulation and hemostasis, sarcomas, anemias, porphyrias, leukemias, lymphomas, and white blood cell disorders.
The Heart and Vascular Center is the community’s first and only integrated center for patient care, education and translational research in cardiac and vascular diseases. The Heart and Vascular Center offers the only specialists in the area who perform atrial fibrillation ablation, and new a-fib patients are guaranteed an appointment within 24 hours.
Common conditions include: arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation, atherosclerosis regression, cardiac rehabilitation, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, syncope and autonomic dysfunction (fainting), valvular disease, and vascular disease.
University of Toledo Health Geriatric Medicine provides primary care, transition of care (home to assisted living/nursing home/ hospital) and specialty care for individuals 60 years of age and older.
General Internal Medicine specializes in comprehensive primary care, as well as consultations for difficult diagnostic problems.
Gastroenterology and Endoscopy services provide a full range of consult and procedural services that include endoscopy, colonoscopy, liver biopsy, and specialized care, procedures, and tests.
Common conditions treated include: bilary and pancreatic disease, esophageal motility disorders, infectious diseases, hepatic diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and inflammatory bowel disease.
University of Toledo Health is proud to have five convenient locations to serve families in northwest Ohio.
Common services include: routine care for any illness, gynecology and maternity care, infant and child care, sports care, minor surgery, counseling for marital and/or family problems, smoking and alcohol abuse, and weight management and nutritional guidance.
Endocrinology services offer diagnosis, treatment, and consultative services for patients with endocrine diseases, diabetes, and other metabolic disorders.
Common services include: management of diabetes, diabetes during pregnancy, management and diagnosis of thyroid nodules, research of endocrine cause of hypertension, and screening and treatment of osteoporosis.
The University of Toledo Medical Center Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services offers emergency health and trauma services twenty four hours a day to patients of all ages. Emergency medicine and trauma services are responsible for the immediate treatment of any medical or surgical emergency, initiate life saving procedures in all types of emergency situations, and for providing emergency care.
Dermatology services provide diagnostic, medical, and surgical care for diseases of the skin, hair, and nails.
Dentistry services provide routine, restorative, trauma, and surgical dental care for patients of all ages, including pediatrics.
Common procedures include: routine exams, cleanings, fillings, crowns, bridges, limited teeth whitening, root canals, limited orthodontics (braces), dentures, general surgery, pediatric dentistry, oral surgery (wisdom teeth), and restorative dentistry.
Cardiac Rehabilitation is recommended for patients after a variety of heart related procedures or events, such as a heart attack, angioplasty or coronary stents, bypass surgery, valve surgery, heart transplant or after someone has been diagnosed with stable angins (chest pain).
The UT Medical Center Cancer Services are dedicated to cancer research, education and treatment. The institute provides a single location where evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of cancer are offered.
Anesthesiology services provide inpatient and outpatient anesthesia for all available surgical specialties, participates in intensive care units, and manages acute and chronic pain problems.
Adolescent Medicine services provide comprehensive, preventative, and illness-related health care to adolescents 10-21 years of age.
Common services include: depression, concerns with menstrual disorders, school problems, substance abuse, and parenting.
Medical Areas of Expertise
- Adolescent Services
- Cancer Care
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Dermatology (Skin Conditions)
- Emergency Medicine and Trauma Services
- Endocrinology (Diabetes and Metabolism)
- Family Medicine
- Gastroenterology (Digestive System) and Endoscopy (Examining Digestive System)
- General Internal Medicine
- Geriatric Medicine
- Heart and Vascular Center
- Hematology (Blood Conditions)
- Hepatology (Liver Conditions)
- Infectious Diseases
- Nephrology (Kidney Care and Transplant)
- Neurology (Brain, Spinal Cord, and Nerves)
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Ophthalmology (Eye Care)
- Orthopaedics (Bones and Joints)
- Outpatient Lab
- Pain Management
- Physical Medicine
- Plastic Surgery
- Pulmonary (Respiratory Conditions)
- Radiation Oncology
- Radiology (CT, MRI, and Ultrasound)
- Rehabilitation Services
- Rheumatology (Joints)
- Spine Clinic
- Sports Medicine
- Urology (Urinary, Kidney, and Male Reproductive Conditions)
- Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
- Women's Health
- Wound Care