ABOUT MERCY What we stand for… OUR MISSION STATEMENT As the Sisters of Mercy before us, we bring to life the healing ministry of Jesus through our compassionate care and exceptional service. Lynn SISTERS OF MERCY Britton President/CEO HEALTH SYSTEM • 8th largest Catholic healthcare system in the U.S. (based on NPSR) • ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS 21 • Seven-state area encompassing • HEART HOSPITALS 3 Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, REHAB HOSPITAL 1 Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi and 5 MANAGED FACILITIES Louisiana LICENSED BEDS 4,396 • Sponsorship transitioned in 2008 • CO-WORKERS 36,917 from the Sisters of Mercy Regional • MEDICAL STAFF MEMBERS 4,659 Community of St. Louis to Mercy • INTEGRATED PHYSICIANS 1,235 Health Ministry • PHYSICIAN PRACTICE LOCATIONS 185 • Other health services include urgent • HEALTH PLAN MEMBERS 253,489 care clinics, outpatient surgery Commercial, Medicare, and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) members in Missouri, Arkansas and Texas centers, skilled nursing care and long-term nursing care Lives touched by Mercy in FY2009: 2.7 million SERVICE REGIONS Illinois St. Louis Region Kansas Region Missouri Kansas Joplin Region Springfield Region Northwest Arkansas Oklahoma Region Arkansas Oklahoma Region Fort Smith Region Hot Springs Region Mississippi Texas Louisiana Laredo Region Outreach Ministries UTILIZATION OVERVIEW ACUTE DISCHARGES 130,992 NON-ACUTE DISCHARGES 10,728 OUTPATIENT VISITS 5,913,706 2,623,922 Hospital-based 3,289,784 Physician office clinics EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS 492,929 INPATIENT SURGERIES 48,841 OUTPATIENT SURGERIES 82,679 FY 2009 The average patient visits their physician three times a year and has a hospital stay once every 17 years FINANCIAL OVERVIEW TOTAL ASSETS$4.1 billion TOTAL OPERATING REVENUES $3.9 billion $3.3 billion Net Patient Services Revenues $576 million Insurance Premium Revenues SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY$208 million ROi CONTRIBUTION $21.1 million PHILANTHROPIC CONTRIBUTION $32.0 million FY 2009 Aa3 credit rating by Moody’s Investor Services, AA- from Standard & Poor’s Mercy would rank #580 on the Fortune 1000 – the same size as Hasbro and Michael’s, and larger than Del Monte and Energizer MISSOURI ST. LOUIS St. John’s Mercy Health Care St. John’s Mercy Medical Center St. John’s Mercy Medical Center • STAFFED BEDS 965 • CO-WORKERS (SJMHC) 9,753 • IP DISCHARGES 43,711 Mike • TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE $804.3M McCurry Interim • MARKET SHARE 11% President/CEO • MERCY SINCE 1871 St. Louis Region • POPULATION 2,733,120 • PHYSICIANS 6,367 • HOSPITALS 42 Illinois Missouri MISSOURI WASHINGTON St. John’s Mercy Health Care St. John’s Mercy Hospital • STAFFED BEDS 169 • CO-WORKERS 805 • IP DISCHARGES 6,778 Terri McLain • TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE $104.5M President • MARKET SHARE 40% • MERCY SINCE 1976 Washington Region St. John’s • POPULATION 110,811 Mercy Hospital • PHYSICIANS 166 • HOSPITALS 3 Missouri 2009 COMMUNITY BENEFIT REPORT Cash, In-Kind Donations, Community Outreach Health Professionals Workforce Enhancement and Charity Care Medicaid Subsidies Services Education & Research Fundraising BENEFIT: BENEFIT: BENEFIT: BENEFIT: BENEFIT: $24,154,299 $ 1,806,572 $2,846,594 $ 365,790 $7,249,682 Includes the actual cost of Includes activities carried Includes the cost of Includes cash, in-kind Includes the actual unpaid providing free or out to improve community providing clinical donations, fundraising cost of providing care to discounted care to persons health & services that are placement for physicians, costs, food & supplies to Medicaid patients and who cannot afford to pay subsidized because they nurses and other health shelters, use of St. John’s represents the shortfall and who are not eligible are needed in the professionals. rooms and facilities, between cost of care and for public programs. community. Examples: donated office space and the payments received by Charity care does not education, support groups, recruitment of health the government. include bad debt. health screenings, and processionals in medically immunizations. underserved areas. Total Amount of Community Benefit …………. $36,422,937 July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009 What we strive for... OUR VISION STATEMENT We are the people of Mercy Health Ministry. Together, we are pioneering a new model of care. We will relentlessly pursue our goal to get healthcare right. Everywhere and every way that Mercy serves, we will deliver a transformative health experience.
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