Inpatient Projects: Dayton, Ohio-area health systems engage in battle over newly planned hospitals in two suburbs

One of the new hospitals being planned by Kettering Health Network is this roughly $60 million, three-story, nearly 100,000 square foot hospital in Troy. (Rendering courtesy of Kettering Health Network)

DAYTON, Ohio – The Dayton Daily News reports that the area’s largest health systems are locked in a debate over what constitutes harmful, detrimental competition or smart business. Premier Health says Kettering Health Network’s plans for hospitals, albeit small ones, near its inpatient facilities in the suburbs of Troy and Middletown, Ohio, could force it scale back jobs and services. Kettering, however, says the facilities will primarily offer outpatient care and allow it to bring services closer to its patients in those towns. For more information, please visit and

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