The future of health care is the main driver of the new alliance between nonprofits Hospice of Dayton and Hospice of Miami County, top officials said.
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Hospice of Dayton
What: Nonprofit provides patients end of life care at its own facilities and where patients live. Hospice of Dayton services eight counties and includes the business Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties
Main Dayton campus: 324 Wilmington Ave., Dayton
Franklin facility: Lorelei’s Place, 5940 Long Meadow Dr.
President and Chief Executive Officer: Kent Anderson
2012 revenues: $54.2 million, up from $45.2 million in 2010 (including charitable donations)
Census: Currently seeing 664 patients