The Columbus Region boasts four world-renowned, award-winning healthcare systems contributing billions annually to the area’s economy and employing more than 45,000 people. In fact, U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Columbus’ healthcare among the best in the country, and nearly all hospital systems and medical, research and bioscience facilities receive national attention.
“Every economy loses about 10% of its jobs annually due to retirements, business closings, product life cycles, etc. Existing businesses are best positioned to replace those jobs.” -International City/County Management Association A lot of energy goes into securing economic investment. Communities spend time and effort on preparation of infrastructure, a quality workforce, and even marketing... View Article
Growing up in Logan has its advantages and disadvantages. It’s a small town, the kind where you know your neighbors by their first name and probably know their family as well.
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|Hospital||Specialties National Ranked||Specialties High Performing|
|Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center||10||2|
|Nationwide Children's Hospital||10||-|
|OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital||1||3|
|The Ohio State University James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute||1||-|
|OhioHealth Grant Medical Center||-||1|
|Mount Carmel East and West Hospitals||-||1|
|Doctors Hospital (OhioHealth)||-||-|
|Mount Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital||-||-|