Jewish Hospital was the first Jewish hospital in the United States, established in 1850 as a result of the cholera epidemic. It was also the very first hospital in Southwest Ohio to perform open-heart surgery in a suburban location. The hospital is a member of Health Alliance and is fully accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Jewish Hospital has the only adult bone marrow transplant program in the Tristate area. Jewish Hospital Cholesterol Center is an internationally-renowned program for the research and treatment of diseases and disorders associated with cholesterol. With cardiovascular services and Joint Replacement Center, the hospital provides world-class services in the suburbs of Cincinnati.
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Jewish Hospital staff members raise more than $800 for breast cancer research