TriHealth hospitals have a history of innovation in the science and delivery of health care for cardiac patients. In the 1970s, Good Samaritan Hospital began to participate in prominent cardiac research efforts, thus establishing a reputation for leadership in cardiology. The TriHealth Hatton Research Institute, TriHealth’s research division, now builds upon that reputation by helping to expand the robust group of cardiac and cardiothoracic/vascular clinical trials at Good Samaritan and Bethesda North hospitals. The TriHealth Hatton Research Institute's cardiac and cardiothoracic/vascular research team has an average of 20 years of experience in critical care nursing.
Ohio’s 1st and only affiliate with Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute
TriHealth now has the most advanced computer-assisted mechanical thrombectomy device available
TriHealth’s Harold and Eugenia Thomas Comprehensive Care Center ranked in the top 20% in quality among 600 sites in the United States
TriHealth’s 100th Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) case was completed by Bethesda Cardiac Catheterization Lab team
A modern ambulatory facility, opened in 2020 on the campus of Bethesda North Hospital
Expansion and renovation of 32,000 square feet of existing space, creating 22 new private patient rooms
New areas, expanded patient rooms and enhancements in cardiology, vascular and cardiac testing services