Fort Hamilton Hospital

Kettering Health Network

Physician Opportunities:

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine - General
  • Internal Medicine - General

About the Facility:

Fort Hamilton Hospital has been providing quality healthcare in Hamilton and the surrounding communities in Butler County since 1929. Built entirely by contributions from more than 8,000 community members, Fort Hamilton continues to offer sophisticated treatment and excellent care to its patients.

Fort Hamilton has long been a technology leader in the area and offers world-class cardiovascular and cancer treatment facilities within the hospital, PET scans and high-field open MRI, and a wound healing center in our easily accessible facility.

The newest member of Kettering Health Network, Fort Hamilton is a full-service community hospital providing inpatient and outpatient care.

About the Community:

Hamilton is located northeast of Cincinnati. It has a rich industrial past and boasts four historic districts featuring exquisite architecture. The area has an outstanding educational system, both public and private, and the Hamilton School district has been named the number one urban school district in Ohio. The city’s vision is to be a great place to live, work, and play.

The Greater Cincinnati area offers world-class assets in arts, culture, and amusements. Here you can visit world-renowned museums, enjoy a Broadway show –or a ballet, opera, or symphony –visit exotic animals at the zoo, and cheer on the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals. If you prefer more intimate arts and entertainment offerings, you will enjoy exploring the more than 100 museums and galleries that dot the region. Children and families especially treasure an extensive parks system, the Newport Aquarium, the Beach Waterpark and the Kings Island and Coney Island amusement parks.

Hamilton, Ohio

Contact Details:

Jon Larrabee
Vice President, Physician Recruitment
10050 Innovation Drive, Suite 230
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342

Phone: 937-558-3471







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