Acute Care Hospitals
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Our flagship hospital, Kettering Medical Center, stands proudly in Kettering, Ohio. From top quality in the nation, to compassionate cancer care, to state-of-the-art ...

Kettering Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Montgomery County, OH.

Kettering Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Kettering Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - church hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

Location and Directions


My mom was on the surgery floor and it took 30-45 minutes and several nurse lights to get her anything. We were constantly waiting for bathroom help, pain relief, help when her moniters would go off, and even just to help get the empty iv and blood bags to stop making the alarm noise or to change them out. Kettering is a beautiful hospital, but they really need faster response times to patients. We understand they have a lot of people to see, but even sending in someone else to help her would have been better than just waiting and watching her suffer more. It was heartbreaking! (a month ago)

I was treated like a drug seeker. I am not a drug addict. You medical "professionals" really need to get your act together. You spend so much time and money trying to fight the opiate epidemic that your real patients fall by the wayside. You guys are supposed to be doctors, not judges. It's not your job to determine who is a drug seeker and who isn't. Your job is to appropriately treat the patient and ease their symptoms. When are you going to stop letting the government dictate how you treat your patients? Hopefully one day you will all grow a pair of balls and stand up to the DEA and their corrupt policies. I don't really consider our emergency rooms in this country to be real hospitals anymore. You've made me lose all faith in our medical community. (2 months ago)

I have a terrible fear of doctor and hospitals and I made sure everyone knew that. I went to emergency room Feb 15 at about 4 am with severe pain. I was first visited by a student doctor with whom I explained I preferred to see a doctor. when the doctor did come, she came with another student. I have nothing against students but they make me feel uncomfortable as I prefer my information be between me and the doctor. This doctor had no problem with that. Every on was nice to me and the doctor sent me for an x ray and ultra sound. I was waiting for results when this guy walked in and said he was in charge and he wanted to know why I was there, which made my hair stand up and put me on edge. I told him that i was uncomfortable talking to him and if he was in charge to see the doctor I spoke with originally. He told me that if i didn't talk to him, he was kicking me out, AMA. His name was Dowler. I did leave and I did not sign any papers. I am still in extreme pain. I would encourage any one that goes to this hospital to avoid him because he acts like a tyrant and it's his way or the highway. What happened to my patient bill of rights and my privacy? Since I left, I don't have the test results, which apparently Dowler didn't care about. I'm not the best of patients but I should not have been treated this badly by a doctor who thinks he is a god. So now I have to go to another hospital. (a month ago)

Ive been to kettering hospital twice for labor and delivery, and each time I had my kids, everyone was amazing! doctors, staff, nurses, even the aides that bring the food, on every shift each nurse was so sweet and caring even on third shift the nurses were energized and helpful, they made me feel so comfortable I felt like I was home, even the director of nurses, was so caring and wanted to make sure I was well tooken care of, which I was. I love kettering hospital and I recommend kettering to all my friends and family, Ive also been to the emergency department and got the same respect. the hospital overall is the best! My mother had to go to the cancer center, they wanted to double check her screening, we were so scared but everyone made the whole family feel so comfortable and worry free, we had so much faith that everything was going to come back fine but the staff there gave us double confidence, and everything was fine, from my family we really appreciate Kettering Hospital. (a week ago)

On Thursday, October 5, 2017 I went to Kettering Medical Center ER. I was diagnosed with afib. I had the best possible care. The compassion and kindness that was shown to me was remarkable. I had the best nurses and caregivers. Jamie, Spencer, Natasha, Phil, Cindy and Alysia, A big shout out to Debbie (you know who you are :0) and Dr. Timothy Smile. (Yes, Smile and he did make me smile) May God bless all of you. Thank you! (5 months ago)

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