Dayton Children’s Hospital announced Wednesday it will build a new $140 million, eight-story tower on its Valley Street campus that will provide comprehensive care to children with cancer and to critically-ill newborns.
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Dayton Children’s Hospital
CEO and President Deborah A. Feldman
- 155 beds, including 41 NICU and 16 PICU beds
- Annual patient encounters: 290,000
- Annual revenue: $212.3 million
- Operating expenses: $183 million
- Percentage of annual operating revenue from Medicaid: 53.1
- Percentage of annual operating revenue from commercial insurance: 39
- Counties served: 20 in Ohio and Indiana
- Staffing: 1,517 FTEs, including 251 staff physicians and 49 medical residents
- Recognized subspecialties: Accredited cancer care program, verified level II regional pediatric trauma and emergency program, Level III B NICU, pediatric intensive care unit, regional treatment center for cystic fibrosis, hemophilia and sickle cell, accredited pediatric sleep center, home to the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics, shares the nation’s only civilian-military integrated pediatric training program with the United States Air Force.
Source: Dayton Children’s annual report