Developing Talent

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Premier Health Partners (PHP) understands expanded facilities and new technology are of little value without the right people to provide service. Our facilities are closely aligned with various high schools and colleges with the goal of exposing students to health care careers. The relationship forged with the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine has proved to be invaluable for everyone involved. Through our Graduate Medical Education program, our hospitals train physicians in a number of specialties. This creates a critical pipeline of physicians who often remain in the area to practice. The program benefits our community because it also provides a service to uninsured or underinsured individuals.

The Minority Nurse Manager Fellowship Program at Miami Valley Hospital (pictured above) is a 10-month collaboration between MVH nursing and PHP’s Diversity program, designed to prepare minority nurses for nursing management positions.

GSH_HgSchlStdnts.jpg Area high school students get a behind-the-scenes, hands-on look at careers in health care at Good Samaritan Hospital and Miami Valley Hospital.
ATRM_Greentree.jpg Greentree Health Science Academy, a collaboration with Atrium Medical Center, Warren County Career Center, Miami University and Cincinnati State, educates the next generation of health care workers.
UVMC_PrjctSrch.jpg Project SEARCH is a high school transition program at Upper Valley Medical Center providing training and education leading to employment for individuals with disabilities. Project SEARCH is also offered at Atrium Medical Center.

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Content Updated: September 21, 2013

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