Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association to Move into New Office Space

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) and Ascend Innovations will officially open their new 12,000-square-foot Fire Blocks District offices at 124 E. Third Street, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 4. GDAHA is a trade association that represents more than 29 hospitals in Montgomery County and 10 surrounding counties, and Ascend Innovations is a health-tech lab jointly founded by GDAHA, Premier Health, Kettering Health Network and Dayton Children’s Hospital. The decision to move to a downtown office space was made to put their employees in the heart of the action. “We wanted our employees to be where we would just be a short walk away from the energy of what’s happening in downtown Dayton,” said Sarah Hackenbracht, president and CEO of GDAHA. The fourth-floor office was designed with spaces for hospitality and conferencing areas; individual workspaces; a cafe; and huddle rooms for small meetings of employees.

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