Mission: Parma community hospital is a not-for-profit acute care hospital. The hospital provides healthcare services to the community of parma, oh and surrounding areas. The hospital provided $11,834,445 in charity care in 2013. The hospital operates a 24 hour emergency room, facilitates the advancement of medical education, and provides various community health services at no charge to the public including health education classes, speeches, facilities for education and training of various healthcare professionals and articles published in area newspapers and magazines. During 2013, the hospital had 12,185 adult admissions; 45,588 emergency room visits; 3,891 outpatient surgical procedures; 22,995 home healthcare visits; and 483 newborn deliveries.
Programs: Inpatient services parma community general hospital provides acute and sub-acute inpatient care. These inpatient services include inpatient surgeries and cardiac cath procedures, geropsych unit, acute rehabilitation unit and skilled nursing unit. In 2013 there were 12,185 adult admissions; 57,346 adult patient days; and 2,559 inpatient surgical procedures.
outpatient services parma community general hospital offers a wide range of outpatient and community outreach programs. These programs include emergency services, radiology services, laboratory services, outpatient cardiac cath procedures, outpatient cancer treatments, home health care and hospice, residential hospice, outpatient therapies, wound care, pain management, fitness and wellness programs, health screenings and adult day care. In 2013 there were 48,249 emergency room visits; 591,766 laboratory procedures; 93,939 outpatient radiology procedures; 36,556 home health care visits and hospice days; 29,684 cancer center procedures; and 126,478 outpatient therapies.