Information regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
as well as patient privacy at The University of Toledo Medical Center.
The University of Toledo (UT) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor national, regional, and local continuing medical education (CME) activities for physicians.
To meet the institutional objectives in the education and training of health care professionals, the University of Toledo operates a Graduate Medical Education program with the cooperation of associated hospitals and other health care institutions in the region.
Health Information Management
Information regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act as well as patient privacy at the University of Toledo Medical Center.
Human Resource services for faculty, staff, students and potential employees for both the Main Campus and Health Science Campus.
Infection control develops a systematic and coordinated approach to reduce risks of acquiring and transmitting infections among patients, employees, physicians and other licensed independent practitioners, contract employees, volunteers, students and visitors.
Many children and teens struggle with severe emotional troubles such as intense anger, chronic depression and thoughts of suicide. Often, these problems can be as debilitating as physical ailments. The Kobacker Center specializes in helping these children and their families understand the emotional and physical reasons for such problems and develop treatment options.
The purpose of the medical staff organization is to bring the professionals who practice at the the UT Medical Center together into a cohesive body to promote high quality and safe patient care.
At the University of Toledo Medical Center we understand that to provide exceptional
care to our patients, we must provide the same level of attention to the nursing professionals
who care for them every day. This is why we consistently seek to develop new programs
to help our nursing professionals gain the skills and experience they need to reach
their goals and fullest potential.
Whether we are organizing a community health program, hosting support groups, providing services to those in need, or assisting in continuing education for health professionals, The University of Toledo Medical Center is a leader in identifying and responding to the needs of our community.
The Quality Management Department strives to promote continuous improvement of quality, performance, and cost-effectiveness of patient care and safety in an academic environment through retrieval, collection, analysis, and dissemination of valid and reliable clinical and patient outcome data.
As we work diligently to achieve service excellence and high patient-satisfaction through patient-centered care, volunteers help us make that happen. Please explore our site to gain information on what volunteer opportunities are available along with the other programs managed through Volunteer Services.