For more than 50 years, Greene Memorial Hospital in Xenia has met the need for quality health care with five-star customer service in Greene County and surrounding areas. In recent years, its 23-acre Beavercreek HealthPark has extended its services into western Greene County with healthcare services offered for the first time in the area. Both GMH and its Beavercreek HealthPark offer access to superior healthcare without traveling great distances. Local, state and national recognition has been received by GMH for its innovative programming and commitment to excellence. Just a sampling include being named "Most Baby Friendly Hospital in Ohio" and among the "The Top 100 Orthopedic Hospitals." GMH's Ruth G. McMillan Cancer Center and The Birthplace have recently received 'perfect' scores on their state surveys. The GMH Rehab Unit is CARF certified and is part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program that includes GMH's Greene Therapy Services. The private, not-for-profit hospital was opened in 1951. Diagnostic, rehabilitative, behavioral and surgical services are all offered at the 200-bed community hospital at both its Xenia and Beavercreek locations.