Health Care and Science Innovation

Ohio's health care industry is expected to grow rapidly during the foreseeable future. Dayton's robust medical services sector is complimented by the human sciences research conducted at the region's universities and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, as well as a variety of medical device manufacturers. By leveraging Dayton's medical, manufacturing, and military resources, companies have a unique opportunity to develop, test, and commercialize new cutting-edge products.


Premier Health Partners
A medical network of five hospitals and two major health centers in the Dayton region, Premier Health Partners employs 14,000 workers and is the second largest employer in the Dayton region.
Dayton Children's Hospital
The Children's Medical center is a multi-specialty pediatric hospital. In 2003, the hospital was ranked one of America's top 25 children's hospitals by Child Magazine.
Kettering Health Network
A not-for-profit network of seven hospitals, Kettering Health Network provides eight emergency rooms and more than 75 outpatient facilities in Greater Dayton. For the past three years, Kettering Health Network has been named a Top 10 Healthcare System in the nation by Thomson Reuters. Kettering Health Network employs over 6,000 employees.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Miami Valley Region

Providing a temporary home-away-from-home for families of critically ill and hospitalized children, the Ronald McDonald House supports efforts that improve children's health within our region.