New Building Prepares MVH for Future


1996SWDevelopment01Miami Valley Hospital has announced the Southwest Development Project, a new facility that will house the Shaw Emergency and Trauma Center, an updated Surgical Center, and related medical and support services. Patient volume in the Emergency and Trauma Center has increased dramatically, from 42,000 patients in 1975 to nearly 70,000 patients in 1996.

Coupled with the new construction are Miami Valley Hospital’s plans to support the city of Dayton’s Rubicon Park Master Plan and a relocation of a section of Wyoming Street. The relocation of a section of Wyoming Street. The relocation of Wyoming Street is underway and construction for the new building will start later this year. The new facilities are scheduled to open in the spring of 2000.

Miami Valley Hospital Number One in Quality

1996SWDevelopment02National Research Corporation has honored MVH with its 1996 Quality Leader Award. Dayton-area residents surveyed by the firm chose MVH as their most-preferred hospital. Miami Valley Hospital salutes its medical staff, employees, and volunteers for helping us achieve this distinction in the Dayton community.

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