Soin Responding to Growth in Emergency Volume

Soin Responding to Growth in Emergency Volume

Soin is expanding its emergency facilities a few years sooner than anticipated because of increased patient volume. “Our ED has more than doubled its monthly volume since the first month it opened in February 2012,” says Matt Freyhof, MD, medical director of Soin’s ED in a Physician’s Quarterly article. “The rapid rise in our patient volume attests to the quality care that we are providing to Greene County’s population. We provide comprehensive emergency services, including Level III trauma care.”



Soin’s emergency addition will be about 22,000 square feet. The expansion will add 12 exam rooms, one nurses’ station, and supply areas. The Emergency Department is doubling in size to help serve even more of our neighbors in Beavercreek, Fairborn, and surrounding areas.

Government officials, community leaders, staff, and the community joined in celebrating Soin’s Emergency Department expansion on May 22. MedFlight also joined in celebrating groundbreaking.


Soin, along with other hospitals in the Kettering Health Network, now partners with MedFlight to help provide more timely care to trauma patients.
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