On Sept. 21, 1951, a new 64-bed, $950,000 “cathedral to healing” center was dedicated at 610 W. Main St., Wilmington.
Today, CMH Regional Health System/Clinton Memorial Hospital (CMH) is a 95-bed acute care hospital and outpatient organization which provides services in medical and surgical care, intensive care, obstetrics, inpatient rehabilitation, pain management, sleep care, wound treatment, emergency services and diagnostic imaging as well as the expertise of a clinical laboratory.
Off campus services include a cancer center, home care, outpatient rehabilitation, a family medicine residency and physician practices in family medicine, general surgery, interventional physiatry, neurology and orthopaedics.
RegionalCare Hospital Partners of Nashville, Tenn., who purchased CMH in December of 2010, has helped the hospital reinvigorate its well-known reputation as an organization that is willing to invest in the necessary technology, resources and professionals to serve the residents of southwestern Ohio.
CMH continues to recruit physicians while at the same time adding technology, infrastructure and people that are critical to their success and the health of the region.
CMH is an important economic driver in the region with more than 700 employees and medical staff of nearly 200 physicians of varying specialties.
Medical staff specialties include allergy and immunology, anesthesia, cardiology, thoracic, vascular and spine surgery, ear, nose and throat, emergency medicine, family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery, gerontology, hematology, internal medicine, interventional physiatry, interventional radiology, nephrology, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, oral surgery, orthopedic surgery, pathology, pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, plastic and reconstructive surgery, interventional psychiatry, podiatry, pulmonary medicine, radiation therapy, radiology, rheumatology and urology.