The Dayton VA Medical Center was one of 121 veterans hospitals demonstrating their commitment to equal treatment for patients regardless of sexual orientation by participating in the 2013 Healthcare Equality Index from the Washington, D.C.-based Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
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Dayton Daily News health care reporter Randy Tucker dug beneath the survey results of the annual Healthcare Equality Index to discover the Dayton VA Medical Center has made significant changes to better accommodate LGBT military veterans.
Ohio’s Health Care Equality leaders for LGBT patients:
- VA Chillicothe Medical Center
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- VA Cincinnati Medical Center
- TriHealth (2 facilities), Cincinnati
- VA Louis Stokes Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland
- University Hospitals of Cleveland (10 facilities)
- The Ohio State University (2 facilities), Columbus
- University of Toledo Medical Center