Aultman Orrville Hospital
Aultman Orrville Hospital is a 25-bed critical access facility that has been serving Orrville and the Wayne County community for more than 60 years. The hospital was originally named Dunlap Memorial after its original benefactor, George T. Dunlap. A native of Orrville and successful businessman in the printing industry, Dunlap offered a large donation to the city of Orrville to build the hospital – opening in 1951.
Since 1999, Aultman Orrville has been a member of the Independent Hospital Network, which consists of five area hospitals with a common mission of maintaining local, not-for-profit hospitals.
Building on a 15-year relationship through the Independent Hospital Network, Aultman Orrville Hospital entered into an affiliation agreement to become a subsidiary of Aultman Health Foundation. The partnership allows Aultman Orrville to remain a close-to-home community hospital while improving access to advanced health care services.
Aultman Orrville Hospital provides a full range of inpatient and outpatient services; employs 230 health care professionals and has a medical staff of 140 active and courtesy physicians and allied health professionals.
The mission of Aultman Health Foundation is to lead our community to improved health.
Our vision is to deliver superior health care to the healthiest community in the nation.
- Recognize and accept the unique talents of every Aultman team member
- Exceed customer expectations
- Achieve Success through teamwork
- Create a Positive and safe work environment
- Educate our community
- Manage our resources Cost-effectively
- Maintain Trust and integrity in all relationships