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At Western Reserve Hospital, delivering a 100 percent patient-centered experience is our core philosophy, and that philosophy inspires everything we do. Whether through expanded cardiovascular, MRI, sleep center, lung health and pain management services around the region or convenient patient admission and emergency care, Western Reserve Hospital is built on improving the patient's experience and is fueled by a collaborative staff who continue to pioneer new ways to deliver the best-quality health care. Learn More

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Summit for Kids Presents 2015 Business Award to Cuyahoga Falls ‘Not Me, I’m Drug Free’ Program 8/19/2015 August 19, 2015 — The Cuyahoga Falls “Not Me, I’m Drug Free” anti-drug program is the winner of the 2015 Summit for Kids Business Award, recognizing significant contributions to youth in Summit County. ... Read more Celebrity Racer Amy Ruman Teams Up with Western Reserve Hospital to Drive Blood Donation at Annual ‘Rumble at the Reserve’ 8/12/2015 Aug. 12, 2015 — On Aug. 19 and 20, Western Reserve Hospital will host the sixth annual “Rumble at the Reserve” blood drive, with the help of special celebrity guest and Trans Am Series Racer Amy Ruman, who has helped support the event in the community. The motorsports-themed blood drive is open to the public, and all donors will receive a free T-shirt and be eligible to win other prizes.... Read more Western Reserve Hospital Remains the Only Four-Star Full Service Hospital in Summit County 7/31/2015 July 31, 2015 — In the second release of Medicare.gov’s newly minted hospital star ratings system, Western Reserve Hospital continues to be the highest-rated full service hospital in Summit County based on patient experience reports.... Read more Western Reserve Sponsors 5K Race to Honor Fallen U.S. Army Green Beret and Cuyahoga Falls Police Officer 5/26/2015 May 26, 2015. Western Reserve Hospital sponsors 5K race for SFC Daniel Crabtree, a fallen U.S. Army Green Beret and former Cuyahoga Falls Police Officer... Read more