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Healthcare is a vital and thriving industry in Hamilton and the three largest healthcare organizations have been expanding in recent years. As the county seat of Butler County, Hamilton has a large population in and around the community seeking convenient access to high quality healthcare.
Rated “Best Hospital for Emergency Care”
Fort Hamilton Hospital is a full-service, community hospital licensed for 310 beds. The hospital is Hamilton’s largest private employer. Ranked #29 in Ohio by U.S. News & World Report, they continue to lead the way to better health in the Butler County area, serving patients from Fairfield, Oxford, Cincinnati and Middletown. Fort Hamilton Hospital also received the 2014 Women’s Choice Award for America’s Best Hospitals for Emergency Care.
Fort Hamilton also has offices in downtown Hamilton, which include both primary care and a Joslin Diabetes Center.
High-Quality, Specialty Service
From outpatient surgery to physical therapy and sleep studies, Bethesda Butler Hospital offers a full range of high-quality, specialty services. In 2016, TriHealth celebrated a ribbon cutting on a $25 million, 45,000 sq. ft. inpatient building on their campus in Hamilton Enterprise Park.
Helping over 40,000 citizens a year
As the parent company of Colonial, Community Behavioral Health, Community First Pharmacy, and Partners in Prime, Community First Solutions touches more than 40,000 Butler County residents annually. Not only do they operate two of the top-ranked senior living communities in the region, but they have also founded the second non-profit pharmacy in the nation, and are one of the leading providers of behavioral and mental health services.
In 2015, Community First Solutions celebrated a ribbon cutting at its corporate headquarters in the heart of downtown Hamilton. It was a $5.8 million rehabilitation of a formerly vacant building. In 2016, the non-profit celebrated the ribbon cutting of Jamestowne Inpatient & Outpatient Therapy, a $12 million, 42,000 sq. ft. rehabilitation center at Main Street and Stahlheber Road.