Jewish Hospital (Cincinnati, Ohio)
The Jewish Hospital, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, was the first Jewish hospital in the United States. Officially named The Jewish Hospital, the organization was established in 1847 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.   Currently, the hospital is a part of the Mercy Health Partners network.
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