At Dearborn County Hospital, you will quickly see we take our mission statement seriously... to provide personalized, comprehensive and quality healthcare with compassion, dignity and respect that exceeds the expectations of those we serve. Our commitment to patient care goes beyond the walls of the hospital extending to the health and wellness of our communities in Southeastern Indiana, Northern Kentucky and Southwestern Ohio.
Dearborn County Hospital has joined with 19 Greater Cincinnati area hospitals to research and identify pressing healthcare needs, both locally and on a regional basis.
The project, known as the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), begins with the collection and compilation of public health data, including personal input gathered from the public at community meetings and through an online survey.
The public is invited to take part in this survey available here. Individuals will be able to share their personal perspective on area health issues and the availability of appropriate resources.
In just a week’s time, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program donated dozens of lovingly made crafts to Dearborn County Hospital. RSVP, based in Lawrenceburg, has been creating handmade items for years for DCH, but this last donation was its largest yet.
Oldenburg Academy graduate and former Dover resident, Marjorie B. Fuchs, M.D., has come home to Dearborn County to practice medicine. On Monday, July 6, Dr. Fuchs will join Partners in Health/DCH Physician Partners at their downtown Lawrenceburg office at 98 Elm Street. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Fuchs will care for adults and teen patients beginning at age 16.View all news articles