Ohio's health care industry is expected to continue growing 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.
Premier Health Partners recently purchased a building in Dayton to relocate their offices, investing over $14 million to acquire and renovate one of the largest buildings in the region. The project represents over 1,000 jobs for downtown Dayton's Main Street corridor.
There are three major hospitals in the downtown area alone including Dayton Children's Hospital Main Campus. By leveraging Dayton's medical, manufacturing, and military resources, companies have a unique opportunity to develop, test, and commercialize new cutting-edge products.
For more information about business opportunities in Dayton's health care industry, contact the Department of Economic Development.
Learn about the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) and their efforts to enhance the medical industry in the region.