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Investing in the Community

Miami Valley Hospital (MVH) is dedicated to investing in the Dayton community.

A Global Commitment

MVH’s dedication to the Dayton community is visible on both a local and a global level. Regionally, MVH has actively sought out opportunities, such as the Genesis Project, to invest in the community. On a global level, MVH has sent supplies and support to countries ravished by disasters.

MVH is honored to be a strong community partner. We embrace the opportunity to give back to the Dayton area whenever possible.

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The Genesis Project & Litehouse Development Homes

MVH is proud to invest time and resources into the Genesis Project. The Genesis Project is an effort that partners the hospital with the University of Dayton, (the former) National City Bank, CityWide Development Corporation, County Corp, and the City of Dayton.

The mission of the project is to revitalize the Fairgrounds neighborhood, an area near the hospital that had fallen on tough times and was spiraling downward. MVH wanted to give back to the Dayton community by creating a safe neighborhood environment for hospital patients, visitors, and employees.

The Genesis Project removed 41 deteriorating structures in the Fairgrounds neighborhood, rehabilitated 11 existing single-family homes, and constructed 23 new houses. CityWide Development provided all potential buyers with mortgage credit counseling to assess whether they were ready for the responsibilities of home ownership. MVH offered homestead assistance to employees who want to move into the neighborhood.

In order to help create a cohesive community environment, MVH placed a social worker in the neighborhood along with two community-based police officers. The presence of these officers has reduced crime by 19% and helped to make the neighborhood an attractive, stable environment to raise families.

The Genesis Project was so successful that it won the 2004 Audrey Nelson Community Development Achievement Award from the National Community Development Association for its effective use of a community block grant. The award is named after a young woman dedicated to improving her own inner-city Chicago neighborhood. Winning the award recognizes the Genesis partners’ commitment to investing in the community.

Litehouse Development Homes is following the Genesis Project, with up to 15 additional homes scheduled to be built. The homes will continue to contribute to the successful revitalization of the Fairgrounds neighborhood and enhance the commercial and business district between MVH and the University of Dayton.

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Expanding to Meet Patient Needs

In order to meet the growing health care demands of the Dayton community, MVH has undertaken multiple expansion projects. These investments are a testament to MVH’s mission to provide the best health care possible to the residents of Dayton.

Miami Valley Hospital South offers:

  • 24-hour Emergency Department 
  • In-patient beds for medical/surgical and orthopedic care
  • Maternity Center includes 16 private birthing suites, five labor and delivery suites and a Level II newborn nursery.
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center offering medical and radiation oncology, surgical oncologist, a full range of diagnostic and treatment services and cancer prevention guidance.
  • Comprehensive Cardiovascular Care, including Premier HeartWorks 
  • Diagnostic Imaging and Laboratory Services 
  • Breast Center offering 3D imaging
  • Sports Medicine Center offering physical therapy, hand therapy and sports performance programs.
  • 25,000 square foot surgery center offering a wide range of inpatient and outpatient surgeries.
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center offers treatment for certain non-healing wounds and other conditions.
  • Five-story Medical Office Building for family practice and specialty physicians
  • Jayne Emoff Miller Garden of Hope

The facility provides residents who live south of Dayton the opportunity to receive MVH care without having to travel to the main hospital location.

Miami Valley Hospital recently redesigned the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to provide more personalized care for infants and their families. The $19 million expansion includes all private rooms for family comfort, as well as an expanded capacity for 60 infants.

In 2010 MVH dedicated the 12-story Southeast Addition. This addition gives the hospital a new front door and is home to heart, and orthopedic services.

In March 2013 MVH extended emergency care to Jamestown, Ohio. The village now has its own free-standing 24-hour Emergency Center. The 10-bed center is staffed by the same specially trained physicians that see patients at the main campus and at MVHS. The center also is designed with a helipad so CareFlight can transport patients to MVH or MVHS, should the need arise.

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Part of Our Mission . . . Reaching Beyond Borders

It’s all part of Miami Valley Hospital’s mission to build healthier communities. This time the community wasn’t quite as close . . . it was thousands of miles from Main and Wyoming streets in Dayton, Ohio. It was in Haiti.

Rocked by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in early 2010, the people of Haiti had more than their homes destroyed. Their lives were destroyed and Miami Valley Hospital teamed up with Dayton Children’s Hospital, Lifeline Christian Mission of Columbus and The Connor Group, to gather, distribute and deliver more than 900 pounds of medical supplies to more than 2,000 Haitians, mostly children.

Miami Valley Hospital donated $3,500 in medical supplies to treat wounds and nearly $2,000 in medication. Also several nurses and physicians as well as a respiratory therapist have traveled to Haiti to help care for victims of the devastating earthquake.

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Content Updated: September 8, 2016

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