TriHealth is a unified health system based in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. It was originally formed in 1995. The system now comprises four hospitals, Bethesda North, Good Samaritan, Bethesda Butler, and TriHealth Evendale Hospital. TriHealth's non-hospital services include physician practice management, fitness centers, occupational health centers, home health and hospice care. TriHealth is one of the largest employers in greater Cincinnati with over 11,000 employees
In 1995, the sponsors of Bethesda Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital formed a partnership to become TriHealth. TriHealth was named for a partnership of physicians, hospitals, and the community. In 2005, the organization initiated the first stages of extensive renovations and expansion at both hospitals.
In 2012 TriHealth terminated workers who refused flu shots.
In December 2015, John Prout, president and chief executive of TriHealth retired. Mark Clement is the current hospital executive. TriHealth announced an $85 million expansion in Montgomery in January 2020.
In April 2021 Trihealth said that some employee or patient information was breached through a law firm it uses.
Highest paying job titles at TriHealth include Network Engineer, Director, Revenue Cycle, and Director, Nursing