Serving the Community
Atrium Medical Center’s Commitment
As a proud member of Premier Health, Atrium is committed not only to improving health care in southwest Ohio, but also to being a good corporate neighbor to Middletown and surrounding communities. The hospital focuses on these aspects::
Invest in the Community
Atrium is proud to invest time and resources into area communities. A recent large investment was the partnership of Atrium with the Great Miami Valley YMCA to build the Atrium Family YMCA on Atrium and Premier Health's Middletown campus. This facility provides residents with the latest amenities, all of which promote a healthy lifestyle. Learn about our efforts to invest in the community.
Prevention and Wellness
Atrium is dedicated to informing residents about health issues as well as providing resources to build healthier communities. The hospital offers many prevention and wellness programs, such as free testing at the Diabetes Wellness Center. Atrium also offers many classes that promote weight management, smoking cessation, stress management, fitness, and much more. Learn about our prevention and wellness programs.
Commitment to the Under-Served
Atrium is committed to meeting the needs of everyone, including the under-served. The hospital collaborates with programs such as Primary Health Solutions to help improve the quality of life for those in need. Primary Health Solutions, which operates health centers in Middletown and Butler County, helps to meet the medical needs of the uninsured, a necessary service for many residents. Learn about our commitment to the under-served.
Atrium prides itself on being actively engaged with area communities. The hospital is committed to providing athletic training and injury evaluation services to many local schools, helping athletes get back on their feet faster. The hospital also is dedicated to raising necessary funds for life-saving facilities like the Heart Center. Learn about Atrium’s community engagement programs.
Community Health Needs Assessment and Health Improvement Plan
Every three years, nonprofit hospitals complete a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), as required by law. Premier Health needs your input to help us build healthy communities. The 2013 Reports and the 2014-2016 Plans are available online.
Content Updated: July 12, 2016