Ohio hospitals share a common vision. Through their leadership and collaboration, hospitals advance a sustainable health care system in which everyone is served.
Quality and patient safety are integrated into the culture of every Ohio hospital. They employ exemplary caregivers and are business leaders and innovators. Communities embrace hospitals as valuable assets and contributors to quality of life.
Ohio hospitals are vital to meeting the health care needs of Ohio's communities. They provide a wide-range of quality health care services, support public health needs and offer a myriad of other community services to help ensure a healthy Ohio.
Hospitals employed more than 250,000 Ohioans and paid more than $16.6 billion in direct wages in 2014.
Ohio hospitals generate more than $27.88 billion annually in economic impact.
Hospitals are the backbone of Ohio’s thriving health care sector, employing 39 percent of Ohio’s health care workers and making up 44 percent of the annual health care sector payroll.
Ohio hospitals in 2014 invested more than $2.16 billion in community benefit activities to improve the health of the local citizens, neighborhoods and communities they serve.
There are more than 200 hospitals and health systems in Ohio. To locate a hospital near you, or within a certain patient care category, view the member hospitals page.