Bethesda North Hospital ER

Since opening in 1970, TriHealth’s Bethesda North Hospital has grown with the community to become among the largest and best hospitals in Greater Cincinnati. Bethesda North is a tertiary care center and Level III trauma center. The annual census is 54,600 with an admission rate of 24%. There are 55.5 hours of physician coverage per day supplemented with 20 hours of extender coverage.

Bethesda North Emergency Department has a 24 hour lab (with ISTAT in the department), MRI, and CT. In addition, emergency PCI is performed 24 hours a day. The hospital is Cincinnati’s leader in acute heart attack care, and among the top 100 U.S. hospitals for cardiac care, and is in the top 5 percent in the country for clinical excellence.

Good Samaritan Hospital ER

The Good Samaritan Emergency Department sees 56,000 patients annually in an urban tertiary care private teaching facility with 700 inpatient beds. We have received the Healthgrades Emergency Medicine award for quality of care both years of its existence and recently received a Healthstream award for having the most improved ED customer satisfaction in the nation.

The patient population of the Good Sam ED includes complex cardiovascular and renal patients, significant OB-Gyn volume (with full OB and NICU back up) and separate adult and geriatric psych cases. We see limited pediatric volume as there is a world class children's hospital one mile away.

Bethesda Arrow Springs Medical Centre ER

Bethesda Arrow Springs Medical Center is a 100,000 square foot free-standing Emergency Department located in Lebanon, Ohio. The medical center opened in April of 2006. The medical center consists of:

  • 24-hour emergency department
  • Primary and specialty care physician offices
  • Imaging services, including radiology, CT and MRI scanning and diagnostics
  • On-site laboratory
  • Outpatient physical therapy
  • In house pharmacy

Good Samaritan Western Ridge ER

Good Samaritan Western Ridge is a free-standing Emergency Department located in western Cincinnati on Harrison Avenue. The facility opened in September 2010 and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It not only houses the Emergency Department, but is also home to physician practices, comprehensive radiology diagnostics, in-house laboratory services and cardiac testing.

Bethesda Butler County Hospital ER

Bethesda Butler County, a free standing Emergency Department is a 10,500 square-foot addition to the hospital in Butler County and is located at 3075 Hamilton Mason Road, near the Route 4 bypass. This Emergency Department offers a 17-bed emergency room ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergencies of all types are handled on site. An on-campus helipad is available for rare cases when transportation after stabilization is required.