Medical meetings in Cincy

Pick a destination full of medical breakthroughs

When you want to have a breakthrough meeting or convention, consider the destination that’s responsible for more than its share of medical discoveries. The Cincy Region is fueled by innovators and makers, and meetings here shine with a view and vibe uniquely our own.
Visit Cincy has all the first-class amenities you’d expect, combined with an affordable package.  Our intimate, compact downtown has billions of dollars invested in new infrastructure, and is packed with hot clubs, great restaurants, and nationally acclaimed museums. Attendees can work hard and play hard in Cincinnati.
The privately managed, environmentally friendly Duke Energy Convention Center boasts plenty of breakout space and is one of the largest and most impressive ballrooms in the Midwest at 40,000 square feet. 

  • Uptown Cincinnati, just 3 miles north of Cincinnati, puts you right in the heart of Cincy’s innovative medical community. Conference hotels such as the Graduate Cincinnati are surrounded by labs, surgical facilities, teaching hospitals, and medical professionals whose innovations put Cincinnati’s medical industry on the map.

We also realize how important confidentiality is in the medical and pharmaceutical fields, so you can rest assured that your meeting will take place in a secure, private environment. 

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Cincy’s medical profile

Health System & Alliance Affiliated Hospitals

  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Cente
  • University of Cincinnati Hospital - UC Health 
  • Bethesda North 
  • Kettering Health Hamilton (formerly Fort Hamilton Hospital)
  • Good Samaritan Hospital, TriHealth 
  • Jewish Hospital 
  • Mercy Franciscan Hospitals — Mt. Airy, Western Hills
  • Mercy Hospitals — Anderson, Clermont County, Fairfield
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Centers — North Unit, South Unit, Grant County Unit 
  • The Christ Hospital 
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  • Dearborn County Hospital
  • VA Cincinnati Healthcare System (Veterans Affairs)
  • Drake Center
  • HealthSouth Northern Kentucky Rehabilitation Hospital
  • McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital
  • Atrium Medical Center

Medical/Nursing Universities & Colleges

  • University of Cincinnati

    • College of Medicine

    • College of Nursing

    • College of Pharmacy

  • Miami University

    • College of Arts & Sciences

    • School of Engineering and Applied Science (Department of Nursing)

    Xavier University

    • College of Arts & Sciences

  • Northern Kentucky University

    • College of Arts & Sciences

  • Cincinnati State Technical & Community College

    • Health Technologies

  • College of Mount St. Joseph

    • Department of Biology

    • Department of Health Sciences

  • Thomas More College

    • Department of Biology

    • Department of Nursing

Medical Breakthroughs and Advancements in Cincy

Cincy is a pioneer and leader in the medical community.

  • First oral polio vaccine developed by Dr. Albert Sabin
  • First antihistamine — Benadryl by George Rievesche
  • First pediatric eye institute
  • First pediatric liver care center and Prenatal Research Institute
  • First heart-lung machine
  • First use of YAG laser to remove brain tumors
  • First Center for Environmental Genetics, funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Services
  • First pediatric laparoscopic liver surgery performed in the world
  • First emergency medicine residency program
  • First bachelor's degree program in nursing
  • First medical center in the world to treat inoperable brain tumors and other tumors with new non-invasive LEXAR radiotherapy
  • Pioneered skin grafting techniques and one of the first skin banks
  • Leader in the treatment of cancer and blood disorders in children
  • One of the most successful bone marrow transplant centers for children
  • Developed the Alcyon computer system to monitor the vital functions of high-risk newborns, the only one of its kind in the world
  • Developed a method for whole blood preservation
  • Heimlich Maneuver was developed by Dr. Henry Heimlich
  • World-renowned children's hospital — first in pediatric surgeries and third in research funding