Highland District Hospital is currently a critical access designated, 25-bed acute care facility. We currently employ more than 340 people and benefit from the services of 70 community volunteers. Our medical staff includes 60 physicians – 98% of whom are board certified – and represents 23 specialties and subspecialties. While we are a community-centered hospital, we are also known for our technology and sophisticated healthcare services. Our service area includes over 65,000 residents from Highland County and surrounding counties.
Highland District Hospital is looking for exceptional providers to join our team. We are so thrilled you're interested in our available opportunities. Please contact us for additional information and to get the application process started!
Highland County resides in the southeastern portion of Ohio. It is mainly a rural county, with less than a percent of it is urban. According to the United States Census Bureau, Highland County is approximately 558 square miles: 553 square miles of land and 5 square miles of water. The largest body of water in Highland County is the Rocky Fork Lake. A little known fact about Rocky Fork Lake is that it is not a natural formation, but in fact is a man-made lake.
According to the 2010 census, there are about 43,500 people living in Highland County. Nearly 15 percent of those people live in Hillsboro, which makes it the largest city in the county.
Hillsboro is just an hour south of Cincinnati. So take a look around Cincinnati and you’ll see a region on the rise. New developments such as The Banks and Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati, as well as revitalization of historic neighborhoods like Over-the-Rhine and the Covington and Newport waterfront districts, are redefining the riverfront, downtown and our homes.
From the thrilling family attractions up north to the charming spots south of the river in Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati offers experiences – both time-honored and new – that create unforgettable memories. Discover adventures as varied as your inner explorer in our dynamic river region.
There are hot spots to shop, dine, play and stay, featuring tried-and-true favorites and hidden gems in every corner of the region. We celebrate the storied legacy of some of Cincinnati's greatest attractions, including the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, the Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal.