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Company Overview of PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc.
PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. offers healthcare services for Clark County, Washington. The company provides bariatric surgery, critical care medicine, family medicine, hematology, obstetrics and gynecology, and oncology services. Additionally, it offers pediatrics, plastic and aesthetic surgery, pulmonary medicine, trauma surgery, and thoracic and vascular surgery services. PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. was formerly known as Southwest Medical Group and changed its name in 2011. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Bellevue, Washington.
312 SE Stonemill Drive
Bellevue, WA 98684
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of Whatcom Region - Peacehealth and Chief Mission Officer of Whatcom Region - Peacehealth
Chief Executive Officer of PeaceHealth
Chief Executive of Sacred Heart Medical Center Foundation
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
PeaceHealth Medical Group, Inc. Key Developments
PeaceHealth to Eliminate 500 Jobs
Aug 27 13
A $130 million budget shortfall will result in the loss of about 500 jobs at PeaceHealth. About 340 of those jobs will be eliminated from the Columbia Network, comprised of Southwest Washington Medical Center in Vancouver and St. John Medical Center in Longview. About 55 jobs will be eliminated in Lane County.
PeaceHealth Medical Group Joins the Sterling Medicare Select Network
Aug 6 13
PeaceHealth Medical Group has contracted with Sterling Insurance to become a network hospital serving Sterling Medicare SELECT policyholders. Sterling Medicare SELECT, underwritten by Sterling Life Insurance Company, is a Medicare Supplement insurance plan offering lower premiums to policyholders in exchange for using a network hospital when hospital care is needed.
Catholic Health Initiatives and Peacehealth Agrees to Form Integrated Regional Health Care Network to Serve Northwest U.S
Aug 17 12
Catholic Health Initiatives and PeaceHealth, have signed a nonbinding letter of intent to create a new regional health care system with the ability to improve care and access for individuals, employers and communities across the northwest U.S. The partnership will create an integrated health system in the region, combining seven Catholic Health Initiatives hospitals in Washington and Oregon with nine PeaceHealth hospitals in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. The new organization will include nearly 26,000 employees and about 950 employed physicians serving in hospitals, physician clinics, outpatient care clinics, long-term care facilities, laboratories and private homes across the region. The new organization, with annual revenues of almost $4 billion, will build on the strengths of both organizations to better manage care and resources in a rapidly changing health care environment. The nonbinding letter of intent is the first step in the partnership process. Leaders of Catholic Health Initiatives and PeaceHealth expect to form the new system before June 30, 2013, after completing the due diligence and approval process. The two organizations will be equal partners in the fully integrated health care system serving the northwest region. The integration of the two organizations is expected to take place over time. The new organization will include two CHI hospitals in Oregon Mercy Medical Center, Roseburg; and St. Anthony Hospital, Pendleton and five facilities in Washington that comprise Tacoma-based Franciscan Health System: St. Joseph Medical Center, Tacoma; St. Francis Hospital, Federal Way; St. Clare Hospital, Lakewood; St. Anthony Hospital, Gig Harbor; and St. Elizabeth Hospital, Enumclaw. Also included are Franciscan Medical Group and Franciscan Hospice and Palliative Care.
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