Emergency Department - 24 Hours

The 24-hour Emergency Department at Stow Health and Wellness Center features board-certified, emergency medicine physicians available around-the-clock to provide comprehensive care to adults and children. Depending on your type of visit, there are specific areas designed to take care of your individual needs efficiently and compassionately. Backed by the full resources of Cleveland Clinic Akron General, the Emergency Department provides the advanced care of Cleveland Clinic in your community.

Cancer Care (Hematology, Oncology and Infusion Center) - 330.344.6505

The experienced team of oncology and hematology specialists at Akron General Health and Wellness in Stow work together with a multi-disciplinary team to take cancer treatment to the next level – they treat the patient, not the disease.

Cardiac Rehab - 330.665.8088

Our Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab programs begin at the bedside, and continue until patients are able to continue rehab on their own. Phase II Cardiopulmonary rehab is offered at our Akron General's main and Bath locations. Phase III is offered in Bath, Stow, Green and Lodi.

Cardiac Testing - 330.945.3162

To bring your heart care needs closer to home, we offer Echocardiograms and EKGs.

Cardiology - 330.344.7400

Our Cardiology Department is dedicated to diagnosing and treating conditions of the heart and blood vessels. Fully uncovering the cause of a problem is the first step in getting patients get back to the life they enjoy.

Endocrinology - 330.896.5077

Our endocrinologists work closely with you and your primary care physician to diagnose and treat endocrine disorders, which includes problems with adrenal glands, parathyroid glands, pituitary glands and the thyroid, as well as diabetes and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Gastroenterology - 330.665.8270

Chronic heartburn, constipation, abdominal cramps, nausea, gas or diarrhea can be symptoms of serious ailments in the esophagus, stomach, intestines, gallbladder, liver, pancreas or rectum. Our gastroenterologists have the expertise and technology to diagnose and treat all types of digestive conditions.

LifeStyles Fitness Program - 330.945.3100

LifeStyles, a medically-based fitness program at Akron General's Health & Wellness Centers, was created to help you incorporate not just exercise, but overall wellness into your lifestyle. Athletic trainers, personal trainers and exercise physiologists and nutritionists are available to help you meet your goals.

Orthopedics and Sports Medicine - 330.344.2663 (BONE)

If you find yourself relying on pain relievers and shying away from activities due to stiffness or pain in your back, shoulders, legs, knees, feet or hips, it may be time to see one of our orthopedic specialists.

Primary Care

Primary care doctors are typically the first point of contact for patients, from diagnosing and treating problems to being an advocate for preventive care. Our team includes family medicine doctors, who treat patients of all ages, and internal medicine doctors, who primarily treat adults.

Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy - 330.945.3150

Our Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy team gets patients moving again after an accident or surgery. Programs include traditional physical therapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation, balance and vestibular rehabilitation, lymphedema care, aquatic therapy, return-to-work services, and speech, language and swallowing therapy.

Rheumatology - 330.344.7820

Our team works with patients to evaluate, diagnose and treat rheumatic diseases, such as arthritis, and autoimmune disorders.

Sports & Ortho Injury Care

Avoid the Emergency Department if you or a family member experiences a muscle, bone or joint injury. Quick treatment from a primary care sports medicine specialist is now available without an appointment at the Cleveland Clinic Akron General Sports & Ortho Injury Care Clinic.

Ages 7 and up can walk in for treatment for the following:

  • Sports injuries (excluding concussions)
  • Exercise-related injuries
  • Simple fractures (broken bone without an open wound over the fracture location)
  • Sprain or strain of the leg, hip, knee, foot or ankle
  • Sudden joint, bone or muscle injuries
  • Swollen or painful joints
  • Recent back pain
  • Other musculoskeletal injuries
  • Work-related injuries
  • Sports physicals

Sports Performance Center - 330.945.3150

The mission of the Sports Performance program is to help athletes reach their personal, fitness, and/or athletic goals through strength and conditioning training in a positive and progressive environment.

We offer 3 programs to fit your specific needs for adults looking to improve overall fitness, athletes looking for sports development and individuals of all ages recovering from injury or surgery.