Berger’s Board of Governors is requesting voter approval this November to begin the process of changing our ownership structure to become a not-for-profit organization with the flexibility to grow and evolve to best meet the needs of our patients and our community.

What Happens Next

This is the right decision to ensure Berger remains a strong partner to the City of Circleville and Pickaway County for another 90 years.

In the coming months, Circleville voters will have the opportunity to protect this vital community partner by voting YES on the ballot November 7th. But we need your active involvement to make this change a reality.

We will engage with physicians, employees, volunteers, community leaders and others who have the best interests of our patients and the community in mind.

You are Berger’s best ambassadors.  We are counting on you to help share the vision for the future of the healthcare for the City of Circleville and Pickaway County.

Know that our number one priority is and continues to be ensuring high-quality healthcare stays local to improve our community’s health now and tomorrow.

Thank you for your continued interest in Berger Health System. Together, we can ensure the future of healthcare in Pickaway County.