May 22, 2012
Congratulations to Mercy Health for winning a Growth Award
Mercy Health will spend as much as $165 million to build a patient tower at its Anderson campus, expand Jewish Hospital, and renovations at Mercy Health -Clermont and Mercy Health - Fairfield as it moves to become the region’s dominant medical provider. These projects will have a positive impact on the communities they serve by improving patient access and making nearly all patient rooms within Mercy Health private, which consumers have indicated as their strong preference.
The investments come on the heels of the 250-bed, $200 million Mercy Health - West Hospital that the system plans to open in 2013 in Green Township with the anticipated addition of 200 new jobs.
Mercy Health's capital investments will enable it to continue to help our communities be well by delivering a continuum of comprehensive, quality care. In addition, the building projects will enable the organization to deliver new programs and expand services from the Heart Institute and other specialized services.
Did You Know...
The Cincinnati American Marketing Association named Mercy Health’s Marketing and Communications team and agency partners Marketers of the Year!
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