Meet Armin Rahmanian
President, OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital
Armin Rahmanian oversees the operations of both OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital and OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital. In this executive leadership role, He is responsible for translating strategy into execution to ensure that the communities we serve have access to the highest quality healthcare, our associates have the resources and support they need to deliver on our promises and a culture where our providers want to practice medicine.
Prior to this role, Armin served in a variety of senior leadership roles at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, most recently as Chief Operating Officer of the Richard M Ross Heart Hospital and Associate Executive Director for University Hospital. In these senior leadership roles, Armin was responsible for daily operations within both hospitals, as well as a leadership role for key strategic centers of excellence, including Surgical Services, the Heart and Vascular Center and the Center for Critical Care. Prior to assuming these roles, Armin served in a leadership role at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago with oversight for Surgical Services.
Armin completed his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience & Biopsychology at Oberlin College and completed his Master of Health Administration degree at The Ohio State University. He completed a post-graduate Administrative Fellowship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He is actively engaged in the local community, serving on the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Board, volunteering with Dublin City Schools and a variety of Dublin youth sports programs. Armin is married and is the proud father of two children.