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For more than a century, Aultman Alliance Community Hospital has been serving the community of Alliance with outstanding quality health care close to home, now made easier than ever by accepting most major insurances. 

Aultman Alliance Community Hospital aims for everyone who comes through our doors to experience the best health care as soon as they walk in.

We believe in a holistic approach to health and part of the holistic healing process revolves around an environment that cares for the patient's mind, body and spirit. From the Shuttle Service to the warm colors, waterfall, fish tank, floral design and skylight accenting our lobby, we aim to create a calm and welcoming environment for our patients.

Close to home, close to family, close to friends. To stay healthy and heal better, it helps to be near home and easy to get the care you need. This community deserves the kind of full service hospital where you can get the treatments you need without traveling too far.

Aultman Alliance Community Hospital gives you that access, right here, with a range of general and specialty services that span all the way from diagnostic to surgeries to rehabilitation, and everything between immediate care and long-term care.

We strive to offer innovative programs that provide comfort, convenience and exceptional personal service in the health care industry. Our goal is to anticipate and respond to every need of our patients with excellent, customized, individual service.

We're always adding, always improving, all to give you the best in medical expertise and technology in a homelike healing environment.

Trust your health to your community hospital, Aultman Alliance Community Hospital.

A Brief History of Aultman Alliance Community Hospital

In the beginning, there was the Deaconess Home. In 1901, the Deaconess Home was the second hospital in Stark County. At the time, the hospital furnished 20 beds to serve the community. In 1914, the name was changed to Alliance City Hospital. In 1917 the hospital doubled the number of beds with a new facility expansion.

In 1948, the first board of trustees was elected to oversee the hospital, which officially became the Alliance Community Hospital in 1986. The Community Care Center opened in 1991 and the new hospital building opened in 2006. In 2018, Alliance Community Hospital became an Aultman Hospital to strengthen the community health care force.

Additional Information

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View our latest Board of Trustees.

Aultman Alliance Community Hospital believes in giving back to the community.

Aultman Alliance Community Medical Foundation is a partnership between your community hospital and area physicians to retain top clinicians and medical services in our region.

Read about our core mission, vision and values.

In an effort to be transparent about our level of care, we offer the public the opportunity to view the most recent data on our quality practices and additional information on the Planetree ideals we practice.