Medical Presence

An economic powerhouse of the Midwest, Cincinnati was crowned one of the best cities for healthcare, primarily for its excellent hospital quality, according to Healthgrades 2019 National Health Index. All of Greater Cincinnati is experiencing a healthcare boom, including expansions and record investment in new facilities and biomedical technologies. Whether located in the suburbs or near the ring of hospitals surrounding the University of Cincinnati – also known as “Pill Hill” – residents have access to an abundance of award-winning medical facilities.

Cincinnati’s Healthcare Ecosystem

  • Access to over 21 Research Sites within the greater Cincinnati area and 450 Research Sites statewide
  • Home to a leading medical school and pharmacy school at the University of Cincinnati, as well as 9 accredited nursing schools
  • Christ Hospital is the top medical center for adult care in Greater Cincinnati as voted by US News and World Report, with high performance in gastroenterology and GI surgery, geriatrics, orthopedics and urology
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is ranked as the number 3 Honor Roll hospital in the nation according to the US News and World Report
  • UC Medical Center was ranked among the top 10 hospitals in Ohio and named “high-performing” in the specialties of Cancer, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, Orthopaedics, Pulmonology and Urology
  • Good Samaritan Hospital in University Heights, one of the flagships of the TriHealth system, maintains a top 5 region’s best ranking
  • St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s flagship Edgewood hospital in Northern Kentucky ranks second medical center for adult care in Greater Cincinnati

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Ohio’s Healthcare Ecosystem

  • Consists of more than 4,100 bioscience companies
  • Features a growing talent pool of about 80,000 bioscience employees, excluding healthcare providers
  • Is attracting a growing number of bioscience students from Ohio schools, with more than 10,000 graduates in 2017, a 30 percent increase from 2010 levels
  • Attracted $562 million in capital investments, second in the Midwest, in 2018, according to the BioEnterprise Midwest Capital report
  • Led all Midwest states with 121 biomedical companies receiving investments in 2018. Ohio’s total was 28 percent of all Midwest companies
  • Includes 14 top-ranked hospital systems in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report

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Click below to explore just a few of Cincinnati’s nationally ranked hospitals:        |


The Christ Hospital Health Network

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center Logo

St. Elizabeth Healthcare Hospitals


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