University of Cincinnati Medical Center

University of Cincinnati Medical Center opened as the first hospital in the United States established primarily for teaching purposes and remains the region’s only tertiary, academic medical center. University of Cincinnati Medical Center boasts many other “firsts” that have helped heal the Greater Cincinnati community for nearly 200 years and contribute to its success story.

University of Cincinnati Medical Center is currently the region’s leading healthcare provider, serving more than 500,000 patients per year with primary care services and an extensive list of specialized inpatient and outpatient care services. It’s home to the area’s only adult Level I Trauma Center, accredited hospital-based helicopter ambulance service and multi-solid organ transplant center. The hospital is consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s annual guide to America’s Best Hospitals and as one of the Top Heart Hospitals in the U.S. by Thompson Reuters. It is part of UC Health, an integrated, discovery-driven healthcare delivery system comprised of primary care physicians, specialty physicians and hospitals serving Greater Cincinnati and backed by the academic and clinical research of the UC College of Medicine.

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University of Cincinnati Medical Center is the leader when it comes to providing high quality health care. Although it offers a complete range of services, many are specialties and centers of excellence not available elsewhere regionally, and include the latest in minimally invasive technologies, improving recovery times and reducing costs.

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