About Us

Centerpoint Health was created through the collective effort to improve health in the region. This effort was led by a large group of caring individuals representing the residents of Warren County. Participants included the healthcare community, social service organizations, local government, schools, and private business who wanted to make it easier for people to access high quality, affordable healthcare locally.

Talbert House, which has three locations in Warren County, led the effort to bring an integrated health center to Warren County when they received a Planning Grant from the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA). Planning included a community needs assessment with door-to-door surveys of residents in Franklin, Springboro, and Carlisle performed by researchers at Wright State University. The surveys showed that 75% of the community wanted local access to primary care, dental, and behavioral health services for themselves and their family. Residents stated they would use a health center that offered a sliding-fee scale based on ability to pay. The services are not free; however, they may be discounted based on income and family size. 

This project is overseen by Centerpoint Health’s volunteer Board of Directors, which is made up of community members and stakeholders. The majority of the Board also use Centerpoint Health for their healthcare needs. Talbert House loaned critical leadership and in-kind funding and Interact for Health, Middletown Community Foundation and HealthPath Foundation of Ohio assisted with private funding to move the center forward.

Ultimately, Centerpoint Health is here for the residents of Warren and Butler County to help reduce suffering, and improve health care outcomes. We are here to serve you.