Columbus Dispatch: "America in Action" at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center
Recently, Wisconsin resident Annie Weatherby-Flowers was unexpectedly hospitalized at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center while visiting family in Columbus. She was taken by paramedics to Grant after going into cardiogenic shock.
Annie recently spoke to Columbus Dispatch Metro columnist Theodore Decker about her time at Grant, especially her experience with the staff.
“People saw me, people knew my story and were really mindful of the lady who was on the road trip and came to their hospital,” she told the Dispatch. “It took some of the fear from what I experienced.”
“That whole piece of what I experienced is why America is great,” she told the Dispatch. “The care and the people I met at Grant Medical Center was America in action.”
To read more of Decker’s column, click on the Columbus Dispatch logo.
About OhioHealth Grant Medical Center
OhioHealth Grant Medical Center is the only adult hospital in downtown Columbus that offers a full range of adult medical services and specialties. Grant provides the highest standard of quality care for every patient. The physicians, nurses, support staff and volunteers are committed to making each patient's visit at Grant the best possible experience.
OhioHealth Grant Medical Center has been providing quality medical care to the community for more than a century. With a wide variety of specialty treatments available and top notch emergency care, we are able to treat a full range of medical conditions.
OhioHealth Grant Medical Center's rich history began in downtown Columbus when it was founded in 1900 by world-renowned surgeon, Dr. James F. Baldwin. Grant has grown into one of the top hospitals in Columbus and the U.S, as well as Ohio’s busiest Level I Trauma Center. Grant is recognized nationally for trauma care, orthopedics, heart and vascular care, neurosciences and robotic and minimally invasive surgery services.