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Our History

Serving the Communities of Henry County Since 1919

Henry County Hospital was first established in 1919. Since then, the building, programs, and grounds have undergone immense changes to keep up with advancements in technology, medicine, and the evolving needs of Henry County and the surrounding communities.

In 1982, Henry County Hospital constructed a 64,000 square foot facility with 52 beds. At that time, it was designed to provide inpatient care, as over 70 percent of health care was performed that way. Now, over 75 percent of patients are treated through outpatient services in and out of the hospital in just a few hours.

Henry County Hospital-100+ Years Later.

Today, our facilities have grown to 100,000-square feet, allowing us to offer advanced health care services to the community as a Critical Access Hospital with 25 beds. We have become a recognized hospital in the region for excellent care, state-of-the-art facilities, and exceptional physicians.

We have been accredited by DNV Healthcare with NIAHO accreditation. Our hospital has been awarded "gold" in the Ohio Department of Health's Ohio Healthy Worksite Award and the American Heart Association's Fit Friendly Award. We continually use our platform to improve the quality of health services provided to the community.

Highly rated for patient experience, HCH services are designed to meet the needs of patients throughout Henry County and promote overall health and wellness. Patients know they will receive great care.