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Who you are matters as much as what you do. And trust us, nobody cares more about the health of our local residents than the people who work here. Through our continued growth, we make it a priority to function as a team. Memorial operates as an independent, not-for-profit, government organization, but at our core, we collaborate like a family. We invite you to be a part of it.

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  • Memorial Inpatient Pavilion Early Morning Fall 2022We are a not-for-profit community hospital serving Union County and five surrounding counties with a primary service area of 94,000 individuals.
  • We believe in community involvement – we have a heart for service and a standard of excellence.
  • We have a team focused culture – who you are matters as much as what you do.
  • Our benefits are competitive.
  • Our rewards are unmatched.
  • We are fiercely independent and have developed strong relationships with regional tertiary care facilities so if care must be escalated, we can direct Memorial patients to the best resource.
  • Our recent and continued growth includes the new $50 million Inpatient & Outpatient Pavilions on our hospital campus, Wound Care Center, Memorial City Gate Medical Center, Memorial Gateway Medical Center, Memorial Outpatient Surgery Center, and Memorial Urbana Medical Center.
  • We are located in the heart of one of the state’s fastest growing communities.

Our Reason for Being.

What makes us who we are.

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Union County

  • With nearly 66,898 people, Union County is the second fastest growing county in Ohio.
  • More than 20,212 households, the population density is approximately 145 residents per square mile.
  • The median age is 38.3 years old with 32% of the population between ages 35 to 54 years.
  • Over 50% of residents have completed some college or advanced degree.
  • Of the civilian labor force, 28,547 people are employed in Union County. A majority of residents are employed in manufacturing, business services, science/tech, retail, or healthcare industries.
  • The average household income of residents is approximately $86,715. Only 5.4% of Marysville residents live in poverty.
  • Other counties we serve:
    • Champaign County: Average household income is $62,865. Major businesses include Bundy Baking, Sutphen, and Orbis.
    • Logan County: There are 18,928 households in the county. The median age is 41.5 years old.
    • Madison County: Madison County is the fourteenth fastest growing county in Ohio. The average household income is $72,811.

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One of the fastest growing regions in Ohio, Marysville is home to a vibrant economy, strong community pride, a rich heritage, and resilient family values. It has been rated the #1 Best Town for Young Professionals, #2 Best Place to Live in Ohio, #3 Best Town to Raise a Family in Ohio, #6 Most “Bang for the Buck” in Property Taxes, and #20 Safest City in Ohio. In Marysville, the adage “Where the Grass is Greener” is not merely a phrase, rather a statement that boldly reflects the community’s many outstanding qualities.

Strong Community Involvement

Our community beyond the walls of Memorial Hospital is important to us. You are sure to see our team members involved in over 40 local organizations and events throughout the year. Welcome to a small town with a big heart.

Growth and Sustainability

  • Home to Honda, Scotts Miracle-Gro, and Nestle who all invest in this area.
  • Heart of the NW33 Innovation Corridor: Central Ohio’s world-class industrial base with the fastest growing lifestyle communities. $211.3 million in planned infrastructure updates over the next five years.
  • Charming rural and suburban residences.
  • The people!

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There’s a reason Ohio is at “The Heart of It All.” Aside from borders roughly resembling a heart shape, people here have an unparalleled pride for our roots. And while we affectionately get our nickname from a poisonous nut, we can’t deny that we’re pretty crazy about our home state. So go on, call yourself a Buckeye.

Distance from Marysville:

  • 114 miles to Cincinnati
  • 33 miles to Columbus
  • 157 miles to Cleveland
  • 16 miles to Dublin
  • 24 miles to Delaware

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Our local schools have achievement in the books. Home to many public districts and several private institutions, Union County consistently receives “Excellent” ratings from the Ohio Department of Education. Students benefit from personal attention and a small-town feel, combined with evolving technology and numerous learning opportunities in STEM and career training too.

Local Schools

  • Fairbanks Local School District
  • Jonathan Alder Local Schools
  • Marysville Exempted Village School District
    • Five Elementary Schools
    • Creekview Intermediate School (5th and 6th grades)
    • Bunsold Middle School
    • Marysville High School
    • Early College High School
  • North Union Local Schools
  • St. John’s Lutheran School – Preschool through 8th
  • Trinity Lutheran School – Preschool through 6th

Surrounding Schools

  • Dublin City School District
    • Three High Schools
    • Five Middle Schools
    • 14 Elementary Schools
  • Private Schools
    (Over 50 schools throughout Central Ohio)

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