CYT Onsite Clinic

Cardington Yutaka Technologies Onsite Clinic

Call (419) 864-0272 for appointments.
573 W. Main Street, Cardington, Ohio

Monday : 7:00am to 3:00pm
Tuesday : 11:30am to 6:30pm
Wednesday : 8:30am to 5:30pm
Thursday : 9:30am to 5:30pm

What kind of care is provided at the Medical Clinic?

Colds/Flu Minor Headaches Health Information/Questions Sore throat/Earache Rashes
Allergies Eye Infection Blood Pressure Checks Minor Laceration Diabetes Support
Blood Pressure/ Cholesterol Sprain/Strains Setting Health Goals Nausea, Reflux, Heartburn Identify Health Risks
Sinus Infection Back Pain Bladder, Urinary Tract Infection Work Related Injury/Illness Wellness Screenings

Clinic Corner

Good News!

The CYT clinic now stocks prescription medications for many of the common illness and injuries seen at the clinic. No prescription pain medications are included or stocked in the clinic.

Now, avoid a trip to the pharmacy to fill certain medications and at no cost to the associates!


” It’s all the same behavior, just depends on the substance!”  

There are various addictions defined as “a strong and harmful need to regularly have something (drugs, alcohol, nicotine, excess food) or do something (gambling, shopping)”.  Depending on the addiction, it takes your health or your money or your freedom and sometimes it takes all three.  

Statistics that affect health and life expectancy includes:  34% of men over 20 are obese,  33% of Americans have Pre diabetes, Diabetes reduces  life expectancy 8 to 11 years, ​ 19 % of  men over 18 years old smoke  and in 2009, the percentage  of clients in treatment in Morrow County for opiate abuse and dependence was 19.5%!  

There is  good news:  One can be successful in controlling the addiction.  Four steps help:  Realization that you want a change;  Support through a group or program or a counselor; Exercise; “Hanging  out with winners.”  

Communities have programs such as Weight Watchers, AA or Diabetes Prevention Programs.  OhioHealth Hospitals have free Stop Smoking Programs and Diabetes Support Programs.  Insurance companies, such as UHC,  have information and support programs.  Talk with your Health Care Provider at your Onsite Clinic or your Primary Care Physician to know what area resources are available.  With help, it is in your power to improve your health and your finances!


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