Jewish Hospital (Cincinnati, Ohio)

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Jewish Hospital

The Jewish Hospital, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, was the first Jewish hospital in the United States.[1] Officially named The Jewish Hospital, the organization was established in 1847[2] as a result of a cholera epidemic for treating the affected Jewish population of Cincinnati. The Jewish Hospital has earned accolades and distinction from various health ranking services, and is a former member of the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, likewise a nationally recognized organization. [3] [4] Currently, the hospital is a part of the Mercy Health Partners network.


  1. ^ Hehemann, Emily (2007). "Local Hospitals, National Reach". Cincinnati USA City Guide. Cincinnati Magazine. p. 128. Retrieved 2013-05-06. 
  2. ^ Kenny, Daniel (1875). "Illustrated Cincinnati". Stevens. p. 49. Retrieved 2013-05-19. 
  3. ^ [1] About The Jewish Hospital. Accessed 9-2-09
  4. ^ [2] Health Alliance in Top 10. Accessed 9-2-09

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