The Emergency Department at OhioHealth Marion General Hospital treats 50,000 patients a year and includes 23 private treatment rooms, an expanded waiting area and a dedicated treatment area for handling less severe illnesses and injuries.
Marion General is an Accredited Chest Pain Center by The Society of Chest Pain Centers, a national patient-centered society with a focus on the importance of rapid diagnosis and treatment for those experiencing chest pain.
OhioHealth Stroke Network
Marion General provides swift stroke diagnosis, care and treatment through the OhioHealth Stroke Network.
Using advanced telemedicine technology, the network offers emergency teams at hospitals located throughout the region the same specialized stroke care found at larger OhioHealth institutions, namely OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Grant Medical Center.
Learn more about Marion General's partnership with the OhioHealth Stroke Network and how it works.
When Seconds Count: The Story of Jim Holbrook
When Jim Holbrook recalls the day he had his stroke, one vivid memory stands out: "The last thing I remember is getting in the helicopter." That helicopter took him from his local hospital, Marion General, to Riverside Methodist in Columbus. There, the OhioHealth Stroke Network team was already making critical, lifesaving decisions. Read more.