OHA and our member hospitals collaborate to support communities by:
Ohio hospitals' missions are specific to the needs of each community they serve. See a listing OHA member hospitals here and sort by type of hospital or by geography.
OHA represents the interests of 240 hospitals and 14 health systems. Patients had nearly 36 million encounters at OHA member hospitals last year. Learn about Ohio hospitals.
Ohio hospitals invested more than $4 billion in community benefit activities in 2017 to improve the health of local citizens, neighborhoods and communities they serve.
OHA is the country’s first state-level hospital association and was founded in 1915. Learn more here about the history of Ohio's hospital community.
OHA works closely with regional and national hospital associations on behalf of our member hospitals.
All employees of OHA member hospitals are eligible for member status when registering for OHA educational opportunities and other OHA services. Click here to see the full range of OHA member opportunities available to hospital employees.
Interested in OHA membership?
Download our membership applications here for Type I and Type II hospitals. Type I hospitals provide inpatient care and include freestanding long-term care hospitals. Type II hospitals are long-term care or federal facilities.