The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) is a full service not-for-profit association whose primary focus is quality health care. Over the years, GDAHA has developed numerous committees that consist of representatives from area hospitals, community groups and other health care organizations. Committees work with GDAHA staff to share common concerns and develop innovative solutions on a region-wide basis.
GDAHA is the central collection point for hospital data which is used for the analysis of trends in health care services, the employment market and furthering quality initiatives.
As legislative activity regarding health care providers, insurers and consumers has increased tremendously in recent years, GDAHA has evolved into a hospital industry advocate working to protect the interests of its members.
In addition, GDAHA and its partner organizations develop programs and services that enhance the positive impact of health. Dayton Children's is one of the partners and works closely with GDAHA. Many of these activities are developed cooperatively with association members and local agencies. Learn more about the GDAHA partner organizations.
Today the association is recognized by hospitals, business leaders, public officials, the media and the community as the regional resource for healthcare information. Currently, GDAHA serves twenty hospitals throughout the 11 county greater Dayton area.
To provide creative, innovative and value-added support to our members in their ongoing efforts to met the region's health care needs.
When individuals come together and consciously choose to share their talents and work together, absolutely nothing can stand in the way of them succeeding together.