Ashtabula County Medical Center is a private, not-for-profit, community-oriented medical center that provides the best possible medical care through all phases of life to those seeking help. The Ashtabula County Medical Center health care team is committed to preserving the human rights and dignity of those who receive our care and those who provide it.
Our Affiliates & Clinics
The Ashtabula County Healthcare System brings you the best in health care.
Climb aboard ACMC’s Health Express
If you need a ride to your doctor’s appointment or to the hospital for a test, just call ACMC’s Health Express—we’ll pick you up at your front door, take you to your appointment, and bring you back home again.
WE’LL PICK YOU UP FROM…
…AND TAKE YOU TO:
ACMC Rehabilitation Services
The Ashtabula Clinic
Ashtabula County Medical Center
Ashtabula Women’s Center
- Dr. Suchada Chaiwechakarn
- Dr. Dan Lazarescu
Dr. Archie Wilkinson’s Office
Jefferson Family Health Center
- Dr. Laxman Cingireddi
- Dr. David Parker
- Dr. Andi Tirounilacandin
North Kingsville Family Health Center
- Dr. Jamie Chillcott
ACMC’s Health Express is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. To schedule a ride, just call Community Care dispatch at (440) 997-6695 or toll free at 1-800-292-5707. Health Express service is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call to schedule at least one day prior to your appointment. For more information, visit www.acmchealth.org.
Health Express is limited to patients who have an appointments or a test at an ACMC facility, and who are able to board the shuttle unassisted by our driver.
The Ashtabula County Medical Center Auxiliary is the oldest volunteer organization in Ashtabula County. With over 200 volunteers, the ACMC Auxiliary assists patients and their families in a variety of ways:
- Gift Shop volunteers assist with stocking and selling merchandise.
- Surgical hosts and hostesses provide for the needs of the families of surgical patients.
- Escorts assist patients during admission and discharge.
- Information desk receptionists provide information and deliver mail and flowers to patients.
- Volunteers bring books and magazines to patients.
- Pastoral care assistants work with the hospital chaplain and area clergy.
- Emergency department volunteers support patients and families.
- Event volunteers help raise funds for patient care equipment and educational materials.
If you are interested in becoming an ACMC volunteer, contact us.
Ashtabula County Medical Center physicians and health experts are available to speak at local events, with community groups, or with local media. Available speakers are experts in their listed field.
ACMC physicians and experts are regularly scheduled to appear on local radio and cable television to discuss today’s health issues. To-date more than 31 cable shows have been produced related to health issues. They have also spoken at community groups and other public events, such as The Lions Club, Northcoast Runners, and more. Our physicians also write health articles for local newspapers, as well as community and trade magazines - dozens of articles have appeared over the past few years.
To discuss scheduling an ACMC physician or health expert, contact ACMC six to ten weeks in advance of your event. Each physician or health expert sets their own speaking schedule, but all are coordinated through ACMC’s Business Development office. Contact Elaine Christen for more information. Phone 440-997-6707, or email Business.Development@ACMChealth.org.