Hospitals working to improve community relations during construction

Organizations have created programs and policies to protect reputations

August 30, 2017

Ohio hospitals are working to improve community relations during construction projects, according to an article on the Fierce Healthcare website.

The healthcare organizations have created programs and policies to protect their reputations during disruptions.

In Columbus, new construction was threatening to erode the relationship between Nationwide Children’s Hospital and its neighbors.

Meanwhile, OhioHealth is building an $89 million headquarters that some residents fear will exacerbate traffic in the area. 

Both organizations have worked to improve communications, protect their reputationsand offer value to their neighbors.

Read the article.

 

 




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