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Quality Care at OhioHealth

We provide the highest quality healthcare for patients.

At OhioHealth, we recognize that the current healthcare environment is changing, and we know that to be successful we need to be the value delivery leader in central Ohio and the surrounding region. 

Quality Care and the Patient Experience

In other words, we must consistently provide the highest quality care for our patients at the lowest cost. Thus, we have developed the practices of a high-value healthcare organization by understanding the elements essential to an exceptional patient experience, including:

  • High-quality, patient-centered care
  • Clear and respectful communication
  • Strong collaboration to deliver a seamless experience

We appreciate you trusting OhioHealth with your healthcare needs and are proud to share our most recent quality accomplishments with you.

OhioHealth Among the Nation’s 100 Top Hospitals. Again.

Two of our hospitals – OhioHealth Doctors Hospital and OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital – have been named to the 2018 Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals® list. OhioHealth hospitals were the only hospitals in central Ohio to rank among the 100 Top Hospitals this year.

Doctors Hospital is the only hospital in Ohio named in the “Major Teaching Hospitals” category. Meanwhile, Dublin Methodist Hospital is the only hospital in central Ohio named to the “Medium Community Hospitals” category.

OhioHealth hospitals have historically appeared among the ranks of the 100 Top Hospitals. In total, Doctors Hospital has been named to the list eight times since 2010 and Dublin Methodist has now been ranked six consecutive years.

The Watson Health 100 Top Hospitals® study uses independent and objective research to analyze hospital and health system performance in 11 areas, addressing: inpatient mortality; 30-day mortality rate; complications; core measures; 30-day risk-adjusted readmission rate; severity-adjusted average length of stay; mean emergency room throughput; inpatient expense per discharge; Medicare spend per beneficiary; adjusted operating profit margin; and Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) score (patient rating of overall hospital performance). The study has been conducted annually since 1993.