What Ohio Hospital is Number One for Delivering Babies? Good Samaritan

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The stork lands at Good Samaritan Hospital quite often. This hospital was been named as the most popular Ohio hospital in delivering babies. 6,351 babies, that is. (This is the seventh year in a row that Good Samaritan has received this honor.)

Good Samaritan baby facts

  • 201 pairs of twins
  • 20 sets of triplets
  • Girls outnumbered the boys by 229

Other local hospitals that made the state rankings?

  • Bethesda North Hospital – #8
  • Christ Hospital – #12
  • University of Cincinnati Medical Center – #17
  • Mercy Health’s Fairfield Hospital – #20
  • Mercy Health’s Anderson Hospital – #21

Are you a native Cincinnatian? If yes, in what hospital were you born?

Six Dayton, Ohio Area Hospitals are Recognized by U.S. News and World Report

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The Best Hospitals Guide published by U.S. News and World Report ranks the best medical institutions yearly and six Dayton, Ohio area hospitals made the list:

Miami Valley Hospital – Ten specialties were ranked as high performing: cancer, cardiology, heart surgery, diabetes, endocrinology, gastroenterology, GI surgery, geriatrics, gynecology, nephrology, neurology/neurosurgery, orthopedics and urology. The pulmonology department ranked #38 in the nation.

Grandview Medical Center – Tied for 13th place with nine high-performing specialties.

Good Samaritan Hospital – Tied for 19th place with seven high-performing specialities.

Kettering Medical Center and West Chester Hospital – tied for 26th place with two high-performing specialties.

Atrium Medical Center – Ranked #30 in the nation.

See all of the rankings here.