TriHealth has become the first health system in the region to have an unused medication drop-off box. This program was set up in order to provide patients a safe place to dispose of unwanted or expired medication in order to avoid drug abuse, accidental ingestion, and harmful toxins being flushed into the waterways. Medications can be dropped off in the collection boxes located in the front lobbies of Bethesda North, Good Samaritan, Bethesda Butler, and Arrow Springs Hospitals. Acceptable items include prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, pet meds, vitamins, patches, and pills Needles and liquids will not be accepted.
- Bethesda North Hospital: 10500 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242
- Good Samaritan Hospital: 375 Dixmyth Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220
- Bethesda Butler Hospital: 3125 Hamilton Mason Rd, Hamilton, OH 45011
- Bethesda Arrow Springs, 100 Arrow Springs Blvd. Lebanon, OH 45036
Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Rollback
TriHealth understands the harm that increased levels of mercury and other toxins can present to patients, team members and the community. In order to maintain a safe and clean environment for all, TriHealth has signed a letter addressed to acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler encouraging the protection of the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards that are currently trying to be rolled back.
A copy of the letter and press release can be found here.
TriHealth supports many community events and the promotion of sustainability awareness and engagement in the region. The resources below will help connect you to organizations and efforts in the region that can help learn and engage in more environmentally sound practices.
Organizations in the Greater Cincinnati Area
Hamilton County Department of Environmental Services
Greater Cincinnati Green Business Council
Resources in the Greater Cincinnati Area
Energy Saving Tips from Duke Energy
Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste