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In February 2003, the chief executives of Cincinnati's five major Uptown institutions commenced a dialogue to define a coordinated development agenda for the Uptown community.
Find out more about their commitment and involvement as well as Employment and Procurement Opportunities below.
- University of Cincinnati - Santa Ono, President
- Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center - Michael Fisher, President and CEO
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden - Thane Maynard, Executive Director
- UC Health (formerly Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati) - James Kingsbury, President and CEO
- TriHealth, Inc. - John S. Prout, CEO of Good Samaritan Hospital, President and CEO of TriHealth
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is changing outcomes for kids from around the world through its commitment to excellence in family-centered pediatric care, life-enhancing research, and professional education.
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
The world famous Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is the nation’s second oldest zoo and national historic landmark. The Zoo's commitment to education and research is evidenced in educational programs which touch more than 400,000 children every year. The Zoo employees 200 full time employees and has an annual economic impact of $90 million.
Continually recognized for excellence and backed by the academic strength of one of the nation’s top 25 public research universities, UC Health is revolutionizing how discovery-driven care is delivered.
TriHealth brings together two of Cincinnati’s finest health care organizations, Good Samaritan Hospital and Bethesda Hospital. Through these two acute care hospitals, ambulatory care facilities and more than 50 other locations, TriHealth provides a wide range of clinical, educational, preventive and social programs. TriHealth employs more than 9,800 people, 4,600 of which are located in the Uptown area.
University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati offers students a balance of educational excellence and real-world experience. Within a dynamic community, the university nurtures rich cultural experiences and the intellectual exchange of ideas. Each year, this public, comprehensive university graduates 5,000 students, adding to more than 200,000 living alumni around the world. UC is the largest employer in the Cincinnati region, with an economic impact of more than $3 billion.
"The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is proud to be part of the Uptown Consortium. We believe the revitalization of Uptown will preserve one of the area's top economic generators and support this crucial research hub in a way that benefits local businesses and residents alike. In the end, Uptown will be a community gateway that enhances quality of life throughout our region. "—Thane Maynard, Director