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Catholic Health Initiatives

 
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About Us


Formed to advance and strengthen the Catholic health ministry into the 21st century, Catholic Health Initiatives is unique among health care systems in the U.S.

During the last decade, sponsors of Catholic health care ministries realized that the changing health care environment meant that greater resources would be needed to develop programs, structures and services in the next century. In early 1995, a group of Catholic health care leaders began to explore ways to preserve and strengthen the health ministry for the future.

They envisioned a national Catholic health care organization, sponsored by multiple congregations and governed by a religious-lay partnership, that would live out its mission by transforming health care delivery into integrated networks and creating new ministries to promote healthy communities. The result was the formation of Catholic Health Initiatives in 1996 through the consolidation of Catholic Health Corporation, Omaha, NE, Franciscan Health System, Aston, PA, and the Sisters of Charity Health Care Systems, Cincinnati, OH. In September 1997, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Health System, Bardstown, KY, consolidated with Catholic Health Initiatives and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth became the organization’s 11th sponsoring congregation.

The organization is committed to creating new models of health care, based on collaborative relationships and partnerships with community groups, agencies, and other health care organizations. The hallmark of Catholic Health Initiatives is its Mission and Ministry Fund that devotes financial resources to improve the health of communities served by its facilities. Through this national healthy communities commitment, hospitals and health facilities throughout the organization are developing unique programs to address the root causes of serious social and health issues - and create solutions for the longterm.
Culture
Catholic Health Initiatives is: A national not-for-profit health care organization. Comprised of 68 hospitals, 44 long-term care, assisted and independent living and residential facilities. Six Community Health Services Organizations. Located in 19 states. Serving 68 rural and urban communities. Represents more than 67,000 employees. Governed by a truly equal religious-lay partnership.
Benefits
1999 Broadway Suite 2600 Denver, CO 80202-4004 P 303.298.9100
Career Opportunities
Welcome to Catholic Health Initiatives, where we embrace a spirit of innovation and a legacy of care.

Catholic Health Initiatives truly represents the full spectrum of health care in America today. We operate in 19 states, and the communities we serve are diverse in size, ethnicity, age, religious traditions and socio-economic levels.

A Message from our President

I believe that our diversity gives us a depth and richness of expertise that enhances the quality care provided by all of our facilities. We strive to live our values -- Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence -- to the degree that they are visible to everyone who comes to us for health and healing.
Vision
Catholic Health Initiatives' vision is to create a national Catholic ministry that will live out its mission by transforming health care delivery and creating new ministries that promote healthy communities.
People
Formed to advance and strengthen the Catholic health ministry into the 21st century, Catholic Health Initiatives is unique among health care systems in the U.S.

During the last decade, sponsors of Catholic health care ministries realized that the changing health care environment meant that greater resources would be needed to develop programs, structures and services in the next century. In early 1995, a group of Catholic health care leaders began to explore ways to preserve and strengthen the health ministry for the future.

They envisioned a national Catholic health care organization, sponsored by multiple congregations and governed by a religious-lay partnership, that would live out its mission by transforming health care delivery into integrated networks and creating new ministries to promote healthy communities. The result was the formation of Catholic Health Initiatives in 1996 through the consolidation of Catholic Health Corporation, Omaha, NE, Franciscan Health System, Aston, PA, and the Sisters of Charity Health Care Systems, Cincinnati, OH. In September 1997, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Health System, Bardstown, KY, consolidated with Catholic Health Initiatives and the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth became the organization’s 11th sponsoring congregation.

The organization is committed to creating new models of health care, based on collaborative relationships and partnerships with community groups, agencies, and other health care organizations. The hallmark of Catholic Health Initiatives is its Mission and Ministry Fund that devotes financial resources to improve the health of communities served by its facilities. Through this national healthy communities commitment, hospitals and health facilities throughout the organization are developing unique programs to address the root causes of serious social and health issues - and create solutions for the longterm.
Catholic Health Initiatives' core values define the organization and serve as its guiding principles. They are the roots or anchors from which all activities, decisions and behaviors follow.

Reverence: Profound respect and awe for all of creation, the foundation that shapes spirituality, our relationships with others and our journey to God.

Integrity: Moral wholeness, soundness, fidelity, trust, truthfulness in all we do.

Compassion: Solidarity with one another, capacity to enter into another's joy and sorrow.

Excellence: Preeminent performance, becoming the benchmark, putting forth our personal and professional best.
Catholic Health Initiatives is:


A national not-for-profit health care organization.

Comprised of 68 hospitals, 44 long-term care, assisted and independent living and residential facilities.

Six Community Health Services Organizations.

Located in 19 states.

Serving 68 rural and urban communities.

Represents more than 67,000 employees.

Governed by a truly equal religious-lay partnership.
Catholic Health Initiatives and our market-based organizations have professional and career employment opportunities available for qualified individuals who want to serve in the healing ministry, which encompasses 19 states.

The positions listed are currently open at any of Catholic Health Initiatives national offices located in Denver, Northern Kentucky and Minneapolis and at many of our market-based organizations and facilities. We also list positions currently open in the national clinical engineering division. Employees holding these positions work in Catholic Health Initiatives' market-based organizations or facilities.

We also provide a list all of the facilities within Catholic Health Initiatives that have a Web site presence. Click on the Web site link to go to any of the sites to explore employment opportunities. They are listed alphabetically by state, then by facility name, then by city.
Benefits
Catholic Health Initiatives emphasis on care of the body, mind and spirit is reflected in the array of benefits we offer to our employees and their families. From comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans to a wellness program, tuition reimbursement and much more, our employees can select benefits that suit and enhance their lifestyles.