OhioHealth

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OhioHealth
Type Not-for-profit, faith-based
Industry Healthcare
Founded  1891 (1891-MM)
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio
Employees More than 21,000 associates, physicians and volunteers
Website www.ohiohealth.com

Established in 1891, OhioHealth is a not-for-profit, faith-based system of hospitals and healthcare providers located in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. As of 2012, the organization has 21,000 physicians, associates and volunteers and more than $2 billion in net revenue. The system consists of 17 hospitals, 20 health and surgery centers, home-health providers, medical equipment and health service suppliers throughout a 40-county area. Member hospitals include Riverside Methodist Hospital, Grant Medical Center, Doctors Hospital, Grady Memorial Hospital, Dublin Methodist Hospital, Hardin Memorial Hospital, Marion General Hospital, Doctors Hospital at Nelsonville & O'Bleness Memorial Hospital (Jan. 2014) in Athens, OH.[1] OhioHealth is a ministry of the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church.[2]

Named by Thompson Reuters as one of the 10 best healthcare systems in America three years in a row, OhioHealth also has been recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.[3]

Services and clinical programs[edit]

Cancer Care, Heart and Vascular, Neurosciences and Stroke, Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Maternity and Women's Health, Bariatrics, and Trauma Services

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