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Butler County has three main hospitals with beds ranging from 307- 310 beds. They offer inpatient and outpatient services such as behavioral health, cardiovascular, emergency, family birthplace, rehabilitation, women's health, and obstetrics care. The three main hospitals are as follows: Fort Hamilton Hospital, McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, and the Middletown Regional Hospital.

The Fort Hamilton Hospital opened its doors with 108 beds on May 1, 1929. Today it is licensed for 307 beds and offers cutting edge technology. In the last three years, Fort Hamilton has invested $32.2 million in the latest equipment and expansions needed to keep up with its rapidly increasing patient volume. The fort Hamilton Hospital has invested in state-of-the-art imaging technology, including three firsts for Butler County a 16-slice CT scanner, Vital Images CT software for 3-D images, and the R2 Imagechecker to double check mammography reads. The hospital concentrates on the following services: behavioral health, cardiovascular, emergency, family birthplace, health line services for business, imaging, laboratory, osteoporosis center, physical medicine, and rehab.

The McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital is conveniently nestled between Cincinnati, Dayton and Indianapolis. Their main campus is located in Oxford, Ohio and two remote outpatient facilities are located in Brookville, Indiana and the north end of Oxford. They serve about 70,000 people annually, which is a 43 percent increase over the last eight years. This includes more than 2,400 adult admissions, nearly 16,000 emergency room visits and more than 50,000 outpatient visits. The McCullough-Hyde Hospital services range from inpatient and emergency care to same day surgery and outpatient procedures. They also offer an array of therapies, rehabilitation services and women's health and obstetrics care.

The Middletown Regional Hospital first open its doors on March 5, 1917 with 28 beds. The little, seven-employee hospital born out of tragedy in 1917 has matured into a modern, progressive, 310-bed, acute-care hospital that is now Middletown's second largest employer and one of the nation's top 100 hospitals. The Middletown Regional Hospital serves Butler, Warren, Preble and the southern Montgomery counties in Southwest Ohio. Patients can are assured that they will be provided with the most recent medical advancements and the latest in diagnostic and treatment technologies

Contact Information:
The Fort Hamilton Hospital,
630 Eaton Avenue,
Hamilton, OH. 45013.
Phone: (513) 867-2000.

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital,
110 N. Poplar St.
Oxford, OH 45056.
Phone: (513) 523-2111.

Middletown Regional Hospital,
105 McKnight Drive.
Middletown, OH 45044-4898.
Phone: (513) 424-2111.


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