Bon Secours Mercy Health to bring 500 jobs, $50M in new payroll to Cincinnati

Bon Secours Mercy Health plans to create 500 jobs and $50 million in new payroll at its "hub" in the Bond Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, the system announced in a June 24 news release.

Hospital officials said most of the system's shared services and a large number of its executives will be in the Bond Hill office.

"As Bon Secours Mercy Health continues to grow, we're pleased to add 500 new jobs at the ministry's Bond Hill campus," John Starcher, Bon Secours Mercy Health president and CEO, said in the news release. "Consolidating the bulk of our shared services at one location enhances efficiencies and effectiveness for our ministry, while benefiting the economic health of Bond Hill and Cincinnati."

Hospital officials estimated the average annual wage of the 500 new jobs will be about $100,000. The new jobs will largely be shared services positions to support system operations.

Bon Secours Mercy Health said the job creation represents the latest collaboration between the system and the Regional Economic Development Initiative Cincinnati to expand in the area.

The initiative worked with hospital officials to build the Bond Hill campus in 2016, before Marriottsville, Md.-based Bon Secours Health System and Cincinnati-based Mercy Health finalized their merger last September, according to

Bon Secours Mercy Health — which also received state approval for a job creation tax credit r of 2.519 percent — is one of the nation's largest Catholic health systems, with 43 hospitals and 57,500 employees in seven states.


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