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Company Overview of Dignity Health
Dignity Health owns and operates healthcare facilities in California, Arizona, and Nevada. Its hospitals provide inpatient, outpatient, sub-acute, and home healthcare services, as well as physician services. The company’s network of care centers offer a range of medical resources, including urgent care, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, home care, hospice, occupational health, laboratory, and specialty services. It provides health care at approximately 40 hospitals and care centers. The company was formerly known as Catholic Healthcare West and changed its name to Dignity Health in January 2012. Dignity Health was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
185 Berry Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Founded in 1986
Key Executives for Dignity Health
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Director and President of Sisters for Mercy Auburn Regional Community
Co-Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Dignity Health Key Developments
Ascension Health Plans New Joint Venture with Dignity Health and Tenet Healthcare Corp
Jul 23 14
Ascension Health planned to transfer ownership of its three-hospital Carondelet Health Network of Tucson to a new joint venture with Dignity Health and Tenet Healthcare Corp. The three health care groups have signed a non-binding letter of intent under which the joint venture would own and operate Carondelet. Under the proposal, St. Louis-based Ascension would retain a minority interest in the venture while Tenet would be the majority partner with management responsibility for all of Carondelet's assets, including St. Joseph's and St. Mary's hospitals in Tucson, Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Arizona; Carondelet Medical Group, Carondelet Specialist Group and its ancillary businesses. Terms of the proposed deal weren't disclosed, nor was Dignity's exact interest in the joint venture.
Dignity Health Announces Earnings Results for the First Quarter of 2014
Jul 2 14
Dignity Health announced earnings results for the first quarter of 2014. For the period, the company reported operating loss of $17.4 million.
Dignity Health Appoints Laurie Harting as Senior Vice President of Operations for the Greater Sacramento Area, Effective July 14, 2014
Jun 24 14
Dignity Health has appointed Laurie Harting to the position of senior vice president of operations for the greater Sacramento area, effective July 14, 2014. Harting replaces Michael Taylor, who left last fall for a new post at McLaren Health Care. Sister Bridget McCarthy has been running things on an interim basis. Harting is currently senior vice president of operations for Dignity Health's western service area in Southern California, but she's been with the health system for 15 years. With the move to Sacramento, Harting will be responsible for six hospitals instead of three. She currently oversees Northridge Hospital Medical Center, St. John's Regional Medical Center in Oxnard and St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo. In her new role, Harting will oversee Mercy General Hospital in Sacramento, Mercy San Juan Medical Center in Carmichael, Methodist Hospital in south Sacramento, Mercy Hospital of Folsom, Woodland Memorial Hospital and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital in Grass Valley. She will be involved in system goal setting, planning and decision making, and also will be responsible for developing strategy and achieving results in the Sacramento region. Although Taylor was responsible for four hospitals in San Joaquin Valley, Dignity Health service areas has been altered slightly with the Harting hire and her job will be focused on the greater Sacramento region. She has a total of 30 years of experience in health care leadership, including hospital operations, program development, strategic planning and joint ventures for ambulatory centers.
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