News & Events

PCH holds annual Service Awards Luncheon

Paulding County Hospital held the Annual Service Awards Luncheon on Thursday, June 11, 2020. Thank you to all of our employees who were recognized for their years of service to Paulding County Hospital! YOU are appreciated!!!!

Ann Walker

 

Diane Dasher and Rebecca Fulk

 

Tina Myers, Deborah Woodring and Laura Donaldson

 

Eileen Stoller and Deborah Stevenson (pictured) and Nicole McClure (not pictured) were honored for 15 years of service

 

Audrey Chavez

 

Employees honored for 5 years of service, pictured left to right: Pam Crone, Tracy Medford, Amanda Retcher, Brandy Roughton, Kelli Schlatter, Joseph Fisher and Thomas Melchor Not Pictured: Michelle LaForest, Nathan Sunday, Molly Roehrig, Janet Zeedyk, and Angela Wolford

 

For Every Season of a Woman’s Life

For Every Season of a Woman’s Life

Paulding County Hospital knows that while the type of care a woman needs varies based on her stage in life, our commitment to providing compassionate care is unchanging.

Our staff is here to help women, from teens to those who are post-menopausal, make educated decisions on their health and well-being throughout the course of their lifetime!

For every season of a woman’s life, we’re here!

Schedule your appointment with a PCH Provider or Specialty Provider today!

Paulding County Hospital and Antwerp Regional Medical Center fitness centers reopening

Paulding County Hospital Fitness Center and Antwerp Regional Medical Center Fitness Center will both reopen beginning on Tuesday, May 26 at noon. Additional guidelines have been put in place at both facilities to remain compliant with Ohio Department of Health Responsible RestartOhio Guidelines. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

The guidelines are as follows:

  • Paulding County Hospital and Antwerp Regional Health Center Fitness Centers will reopen on Tuesday, May 26 at noon, and will remain open until 10:00 p.m.
    • Both facilities will then resume regular operating hours on Wednesday, May 27 (5:00 am-10:00 pm; 24/7).
  • All patrons entering the facilities during regular operating hours will be required to go through a screening process. Self-monitoring prior to arrival is required.
    • All patrons utilizing the fitness center outside of regular clinic operating hours, will be required to self-monitor.
      • This is to be completed prior to arrival and all patrons must document their temperature.
  • Social distancing guidelines will be enforced within both facilities to remain compliant with Ohio Department of Health guidelines.
    • Both facilities are sectioned off and equipment has been spaced out to allow for 6 ft between patrons. Please help us maintain the 6 ft social distancing guidelines.
  • Upon entering Paulding County Hospital and any clinic location, a mask is required to be worn. Please remember to bring your mask from home.
    • Once you are inside the fitness center, we highly encourage you to continue to wear a face mask. We are not requiring that you wear a mask inside the fitness center at this time, it is optional.
  • Each patron will be required to wipe down all equipment they use prior to and after using each piece of equipment.
    • Follow the cleaning instructions inside the facility. Please do not spray cleaner directly onto the equipment.
  • No more than a maximum of 15 individuals will be allowed in the Paulding County Hospital Fitness Center at one time.
    • Please be mindful of your time spent within the fitness center as others may be waiting to use the fitness facilities.
    • If the maximum number of occupants are already inside the fitness center, we ask that you not wait inside the hospital to use the fitness center. Please see the individual at the front entrance for further direction.
  • No more than a maximum of 6 individuals will be allowed in the Antwerp Regional Fitness Center at one time.
    • Please be mindful of your time within the facility as others may be waiting to use the fitness facilities.
    • If the maximum number of occupants are already inside the facility, we ask that you not wait inside the clinic to use the fitness center.

Self-Monitoring Guidelines

If you have any of the symptoms listed below, you are not to enter either fitness center for exercise purposes.

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fever above 100.4
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • In contact with an individual that is positive or suspected positive of COVID-19

Celebrating National Hospital Week, May 10 – 16

Over 59 years of providing excellent care! 7 days to be recognized

In recognition of National Hospital Week we extend our sincerest gratitude to all of the Board of Directors, Medical Staff, hospital employees and volunteers. Each of these dedicated men and women play an important role in our success of providing excellent care to our neighbors, friends and families.

During these difficult times we find ourselves in, you can really see how a community comes together and cares for one another. We are proud to part of a community that fosters generosity, compassion and hope. We appreciate the countless hours spent sewing cloth masks, creating face shields, fabricating intubation boxes to help protect our staff.

Thank You for your continued commitment and dedication to making Paulding County Hospital our communities’ healthcare choice.

Paulding County Hospital Respiratory Clinic Open to the Public

Paulding County Hospital has opened its Respiratory Clinic to the public.

The clinic is staffed Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Individuals can call the clinic at 419-399-1163 to schedule an appointment. The clinic will evaluate and treat individuals with any respiratory illnesses that may be related to COVID-19. PCH Respiratory Clinic has the capability to test for respiratory illnesses and is also equipped with a portable x-ray machine if imaging is required.

Paulding County Hospital Respiratory Clinic is conveniently located on the grounds of the main hospital campus, in the building adjacent to the Emergency Department. Many individuals who become infected with COVID-19 are able to recover at home, while 25% of individuals may need additional treatment, after initially being seen by a provider. Paulding County Hospital is here to assist the community in both areas.

If you have any questions regarding PCH Respiratory Clinic please call 419-399-1163

PCH honors our volunteers

Paulding County Hospital would like to say “Thank You” to all of our volunteers. Thank you for continually putting in countless hours to improve our community. We want you to know that you truly make a difference. Thank you!

Prevention Starts With You

STAY HOME – Social distancing will help curve the spread of COVID-19. Even if you are feeling healthy.

STAY SAFE – Wash hands frequently, cover coughs and sneezes. Stay home if you are feeling ill.

STAY AWARE – Reputable sources – cdc.gov/coronavirus, coronavirus.ohio.gov or your local health department

STAY CALM – No need to panic, hoard or listen to rumors. We will all get through this together!

Lab receives an update

Did you know? – The Paulding County Hospital Laboratory/Phlebotomist area was recently renovated so we can continue to serve the needs of our community…close to home!

Celebrating National Occupational Therapy Month

April is National Occupational Therapy month! Meet the Paulding County Hospital Occupational Therapy Team. Thank you both for everything you do to help our community live life to the fullest!