Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital was established over a century ago as a not-for-profit community hospital. Its mission was simple: Provide quality healthcare for the residents of Tuscarawas County. Today, as it did a century ago, Union Hospital fulfills that mission, providing excellent care to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay. The value of that care, provided free or at a substantial discount, results in Union Hospital being this area's largest charitable organization.
Generous donors contributed the funds to build the first Union Hospital. Every generation since then has sustained this spirit of generosity, helping Union Hospital continue to grow, expand services, and build the wonderful hospital facilities we have today.
Continued support from the community is more important than ever as Union Hospital moves into the 21st Century. Every year, hundreds of people and organizations choose to make gifts and bequests of all types and amounts. They have found their own goals and interests are fulfilled by supporting Union Hospital and contributing to our charitable mission.
For more information, contact:
Director of Community Relations