Stephanie Weckesser, MD
Welcome to Wood County Hospital
At Wood County Hospital, professional excellence and personalized care are our overriding goals.
As the leading healthcare provider in Bowling Green and the surrounding area, people turn to Wood County Hospital for high quality, state-of-the-art compassionate care. We have a beautiful new facility, technology second to none, excellent physicians and a staff of dedicated healthcare professionals who offer great service.
We invite you to browse our website and learn more ways you can Depend on Us.
Featured Centers of Care
visit the center Women's HealthFrom labor and delivery to breast care services and incontinence treatment, the specialists at Wood County Hospital offer health care services for women throughout the varying life stages. Learn more.
visit the center Emergency ServicesAt Wood County Hospital, we understand that illness, injury or medical emergencies can happen any day at any time. That's why we offer a full-service emergency department open around-the-clock staffed by board-certified emergency medicine physicians and other specially trained health professionals. Learn more.
visit the center OrthopedicsWhether you're dealing with a sprain, strain, chronic condition, sports injury or fracture, the orthopedic experts at Wood County Hospital have the training and experience to provide the best possible care. You can depend on us to get you back to the activities you enjoy. Learn more.
visit the center Weight Loss SurgeryAre you struggling with health issues related to obesity that are affecting your quality of life? The Center for Weight Loss Surgery at Wood County Hospital may offer you new hope for permanent weight loss leading to better health, an improved quality of life, and a longer lifespan. Learn more.
visit the center Maurer Family Cancer Care CenterIf you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, take heart. At Wood County Hospital we're putting the "can" in cancer by bringing world-class cancer care to our community. Our Maurer Family Cancer Care Center provides compassion, expertise, and the best possible results closer to home for residents of Wood County and the surrounding area. Learn more.
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BLS HCP FullMay 09, 2015Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Full. This classroom course covers core material such as adult and pediatric CPR, foreign-body/airway obstruction, and AED use. This is intended for healthcare professionals who are required to have qualifications in CPR. This could include Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics, EMT's, Lifegaurds, students other related careers. Learn more.
Baby Care BasicsMay 09, 2015Learn to care for your newborn is his or her first year of life. Learn more.
BreastfeedingMay 09, 2015Don't wait until your baby is born to learn about breastfeeding. Our breastfeeding class is for mothers considering breastfeeding and their support person. Learn more.
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Medication Safety Review Program Scheduled for April 9thMarch 24, 2015The Wood County Hospital Pharmacy Department is hosting a free Medication Safety Review program on Thursday, April 9 from 9 to 11 a.m. Learn more.
Women's Care to Host Community Open HouseMarch 13, 2015Women's Care of Wood County is hosting a community open house on Sunday, March 29 from 1 to 3 p.m. at their brand new facility located at 1214 Ridgewood Drive in Bowling Green. Bring a friend and join us. Enter to win a Kindle and a host of other prizes. Learn more.
Wound Healing Center Observes its 6th Anniversary with a Community Open HouseJanuary 28, 2015The Wound Healing Center (WHC) is celebrating its 6th year in operation at Wood County Hospital on Friday, January 30, 2015 with a community open house from 2-4:30 p.m. Attendees with have an opportunity to meet the physicians and staff, tour the facility which includes two Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers, and win prizes. Free refreshments will be served. The Center is located in the Rehabilitation Services Building at 1037 Conneaut Ave., Suite 207. The phone number is (419) 373-7680. Learn more.
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