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 initiated a new marketing campaign, Health Made Better, Together, which encompasses not just the hospital, but the community as a whole.
“We want our new slogan and marketing campaign to serve a purpose, not just be a catchy phrase or look good on a billboard. It has to have significance in what we are working to achieve, both in the hospital and in our community,” explained Roger D. Howard, Dearborn County Hospital President/CEO.
“Health Made Better, Together is, in a sense, a call to action for all of us to work together to make our region a better and more healthy place to live, work and play,” he continued. “It can apply to our hospital internally, in the way we work and communicate with each other, however, the real emphasis is on how we interact with the community at large. Our DCH logo not only stands for Dearborn County Hospital but also for doctors, plus the community and the hospital. Health Made Better, Together is just a continuation of this line of thinking.
Dearborn County Hospital and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will present the Smart Driver Course on Wednesday, July 29, from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. in the Ohio Room of the hospital. Pam Puterbaugh, RN, DCH Occupational Health & Wellness Nurse, will lead the class which allows participants to receive comprehensive instruction, view videos and join group discussions.View all news articles