The most popular doctors in Ohio may be the ones who can help you find the right health care provider for your medical needs, but the choice is yours.
The most popular health care providers in Ohio were identified by the state as those that provided health care for people with a pre-existing condition, diabetes, heart disease, cancer and high blood pressure, among other conditions.
Those that are known as specialty providers are those that specialize in particular conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer or heart disease.
The Top 10 Ohio Medical Centers:1.
University of Cincinnati Medical Center2.
Cincinnati-Medina Health System3.
Ohio State University Health Sciences Center4.
Ohio Health Sciences University5.
University Hospitals Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Clinic Hospitals Akron-Akron Medical Center6.
Ohio University Health System7.
University Health System Ohio8.
Ohio Hospital for Children, Akron Children’s Hospital9.
Ohio Children’s Medical Center10.
University Hospital for the Health SciencesIn Ohio, the most popular specialty hospitals are OhioHealth, OhioHealth Akron, Ohio Health Sciences, Ohio State University and the University Hospitals.
The OhioHealth program is the largest in the state, with more than 9,700 residents and more than 2,000 medical specialists, according to a report from the Ohio Department of Health.
In 2016, the OhioHealth community had an average of about 1,800 residents, the report said.
The Cincinnati-Medine Health System has the most medical specialists and residents, with nearly 3,000, according the state.
That’s followed by the Akron-Auburn Medical Center, Ohio Children’s, University of Cincinnati, Ohio Hospital for Families and Ohio Health, the department reported.
The University of Ohio Health System, which is in Columbus, has more than 1,400 residents, including 2,600 medical specialists.
The University Hospets Akron Medical Center has more residents than any other health system in the region, according its website.
The Ohio Health Science University in Akron has more medical residents than all other Ohio health systems combined.
In 2016, Ohio had an overall per capita health care spend of $1,719.31 per person, up $3.18 from 2015, according data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The national average was $1.88, the data showed.