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Great minds that care are linking the innovation of science with the heart of human caring. The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) is comprised of 27 hospitals across the 14 counties. This network directly employs more than 34,000 people and an $8.1 billion impact in the region’s economy.

Kettering Health Network

Kettering Health Network is a medical network of seven hospitals in the Dayton Region. Kettering Health Network has been named a Truven Health 15 Top Health Systems.

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Premier Health

Premier Health is a medical network of five hospitals and two major health centers in the Dayton Region.

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Dayton Children's Hospital

The Dayton Children’s Hospital is a Level II Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center with a Level III NICU and is one of only 11 accredited pediatric cancer care program housed inside a children’s hospital.

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Dayton VA Medical Center

The Dayton VAMC is a state of the art teaching facility that has been serving Veterans for 150 years, having accepted its first patient in 1867. The Dayton VA Medical Center provides a full range of health care through medical, surgical, mental health (inpatient and outpatient), home and community health programs, geriatric (nursing home), physical medicine and therapy services, neurology, oncology, dentistry, and hospice.

In 2015, the Dayton VA Medical Center (VAMC) and the Wright-Patterson Medical Center (WPMC) created the Buckeye Federal Health Consortium Agreement. The agreement improves timeliness of medical care to veterans throughout Ohio, and allows the VA to send veterans to WPMC for services.

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Kettering Health Network is a medical network of seven hospitals in the Dayton Region. Kettering Health Network has been named a Truven Health 15 Top Health Systems.

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Premier Health is a medical network of five hospitals and two major health centers in the Dayton Region.

Learn More

The Dayton Children’s Hospital is a Level II Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center with a Level III NICU and is one of only 11 accredited pediatric cancer care program housed inside a children’s hospital.

Learn More

The Dayton VAMC is a state of the art teaching facility that has been serving Veterans for 150 years, having accepted its first patient in 1867. The Dayton VA Medical Center provides a full range of health care through medical, surgical, mental health (inpatient and outpatient), home and community health programs, geriatric (nursing home), physical medicine and therapy services, neurology, oncology, dentistry, and hospice.

In 2015, the Dayton VA Medical Center (VAMC) and the Wright-Patterson Medical Center (WPMC) created the Buckeye Federal Health Consortium Agreement. The agreement improves timeliness of medical care to veterans throughout Ohio, and allows the VA to send veterans to WPMC for services.

Learn More

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