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TriHealth Named One of the Nation's 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics, an IBM Company

TriHealth was today, named one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics. Truven Health is a leading provider of healthcare data and analytics solutions and services that was recently acquired by IBM. This marks the second time in the last four years that TriHealth has been recognized as a Top Health System by Truven.  TriHealth is just one of two systems in the entire state of Ohio to be recognized this year with the award and the only local health system.

TriHealth Names Brett Kirkpatrick as Executive Director of Hospital Operations at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital

TriHealth announced today Brett Kirkpatrick has been named Executive Director of Hospital Operations at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital in Oxford. Brett succeeds Bryan Hehemann who left the hospital in March.  The announcement was made by TriHealth President and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Clement. Brett’s first day in Oxford will be May 9.

Bethesda Butler Hospital Nurse Named Nightingale Winner

Bethesda Butler Emergency Department Nurse Donna Gorman, BSN, RN, CEN was honored as a Florence Nightingale Award winner at the 24th annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing ceremony, Wednesday, April 13, at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Cincinnati.

TriHealth and GE Partner in Innovative Maternity Program in Greater Cincinnati

In October 2015, TriHealth and GE launched the GE Maternity Care Select Program, a maternity bundled payment program being piloted by GE for its salaried health plan members in Greater Cincinnati. The first baby was born to a mother enrolled in the program at TriHealth’s Good Samaritan Hospital in late March.

TriHealth Names David Cook, Jr., as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

TriHealth announced today David Cook, Jr., has been named Senior Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer.  The announcement was made by TriHealth President and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Clement.  David will replace Walter McLarty, who announced his retirement earlier this year after serving as Chief Human Resources Officer at TriHealth for 17 years.  David’s first day will be Monday, May 2.  He will report directly to Clement.  

TriHealth Highlighted in Healthcare Equality Index 2016

TriHealth has been recognized as a “Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality” by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the country’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization. 

TriHealth Opens New Women’s Center in Kenwood

Women’s healthcare is unique and so is the approach to women’s care being offered at the new center. More than just a destination, the TriHealth Women’s Center takes women’s care to a new level.

TriHealth Names Thomas Tami MD Physician Executive of TriHealth Physician Partners

TriHealth Executive Vice President of System Development Will Groneman announced today that Thomas Tami, MD has been named the health system’s new Physician Executive of TriHealth Physician Partners (TPP), effective immediately. TPP is TriHealth’s multi-specialty medical group comprising 550 primary care physicians and specialists.

Keep the Streets Safe This St. Patrick’s Day, Don’t Drink and Drive

St. Patrick’s Day has long celebrated the roots of 34.2 million Americans with Irish ancestry, and many more who just want to partake in the festivities. But, did you know that in 2014 there were 18 people killed in drunk-driving crashes on St. Paddy’s Day? This year, TriHealth and Hamilton County Safe Communities are teaming with the National Highway Traffic Safetey Administration to remind peole that Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. 

Becker’s Hospital Review Names Bethesda North and Good Samaritan Hospitals among 100 Hospitals with Great Women’s Health Programs

Bethesda North Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital have been named on Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2015 annual “100 hospitals with great women’s health programs list.” Bethesda North and Good Samaritan were the only local hospitals to be recognized and just two of six in the entire state of Ohio.

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