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Research & Education


TriHealth offers many education opportunities for students, physicians, nurses and our community.

TriHealth’s tradition of post-graduate education of medical students began at Good Samaritan Hospital in 1858 and at Bethesda North Hospital in 1947. We are active in undergraduate medical education, accredited in graduate medical education, and committed to a curriculum of teaching and research that is innovative, applicable to practice, and responsive to community needs. For TriHealth, education doesn't stop after graduation, we also offer training initiatives through our Clinical Training and Testing Center, providing a variety of clinical improvement and research protocols as well as training programs.


Through our TriHealth Hatton Research Institute, we support the creation and conduct of research and education activities of staff physicians and surgeons, teaching faculty, residents, and allied health professionals in TriHealth.

Learn more about our many education programs and research opportunities: