Fort Hamilton Hospital
Fort Hamilton Hospital received the 2015 Women’s Choice Award for America’s Best Hospitals for Emergency Care.
“Our staff here at the hospital are always ready to serve and to help you heal. This award is truly an honor and a testimony to all of our people who provide patient care here at Fort Hamilton Hospital.”
– Mark Smith, President Fort Hamilton Hospital
America’s Best Hospitals for Emergency Care
Why Women Choose Fort Hamilton Hospital
The America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience in Emergency Care award signifies that Fort Hamilton Hospital meets high standards regarding a woman’s preferences. All patients at Fort Hamilton receive the same exceptional patient care. That is the type of experience women expect for their families and themselves and it is the care they know they will receive when visiting our hospital.
In 1925, a group of dedicated citizens came together to create a new hospital in Hamilton, Ohio. With donations from more than 8,000 residents, the group raised an amazing $500,000 in just two weeks. Thanks to the generous support of the community, Fort Hamilton Hospital began serving patients in May of 1929.
Today Fort Hamilton Hospital is a full-service, community hospital licensed for 310 beds. We continue to lead the way to better health in the Butler County area, serving patients from Fairfield, Oxford, Cincinnati and Middletown. /p>
We combine modern technology, highly-skilled physicians, with a friendly, caring staff. Fort Hamilton Hospital offerings include maternity, emergency, the most advanced wound healing in Butler County, and a range of outpatient services. /p>
Fort Hamilton Hospital Emergency Care Award Methodology
Fort Hamilton Hospital earned the Emergency Care Award because they consistently rank in the top 25 percent of the 3,600 hospitals reporting on their emergency department’s performance to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The seven measures CMS publicly reports are weighted according to the priorities of women we surveyed, and determine if a hospital can earn the award if they fall outside the 25th percentile for one or more of the seven measures. We also limit the award to those hospitals with a solid HCAHPS recommendation rating.