To ensure that our patients receive the right care, at the right time, in the right setting, with efficiency and compassion.
We are hospitals and affiliated medical groups working for the benefit of every person who comes to us for care. Our comprehensive networks aim to provide coordinated, personalized care.
We specialize in building comprehensive networks of quality healthcare services designed to meet the needs of our patients and members. Our goal is always to ensure high-quality outcomes.
Above all, we are committed to quality in all aspects of healthcare delivery, including:
We own 17 hospitals and a network of more than 162 outpatient facilities and clinics in Southern California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Our hospitals are located in diverse areas and maintain leading market positions in the communities they serve. They are focused on providing quality, affordable healthcare that meets the specific medical needs of community residents.
All of our hospitals are accredited by The Joint Commission, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), or the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP).
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Rhode Island Hospitals
Over 3,790 licensed beds in 17 hospitals located in Southern California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
Over 165 primary and specialty care clinics located in Southern California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
Through our management services organizations (MSOs), we provide knowledgeable support to our physicians and members.Learn More
The current American healthcare system is a confusing maze for many people. Too often, physicians and hospitals operate in silos and are at odds with health plans. Patients are left on their own to find specialists, schedule and keep appointments, and make important decisions about their care. For people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, obesity and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), navigating through the maze can be almost impossible. That is especially true when conditions are aggravated by mental illness. The result is missed physician appointments, failure to follow prescription drug regimens, and an over-reliance on hospital emergency rooms for routine care. This is not only unhealthy for patients, it’s also very wasteful—and it drives up healthcare costs for everyone.