OSF HealthCare
TypeNon-profit organization
IndustryHealthcare
Founded1877
FounderThe Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis
Headquarters,
Number of locations
135
Area served
Illinois, Michigan
Key people
Sister Judith Ann Duvall, O.S.F., Chairperson
Robert Sehring, CEO
Sister Diane Marie McGrew, O.S.F., President
Revenue$3.0 billion[1] USD (2019)
OwnerThe Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis
Number of employees
21,512[2]
SubsidiariesOSF Ventures

Pointcore, INC

OSF HealthCare Foundation
Websitehttp://www.osfhealthcare.org/

OSF HealthCare is a not-for-profit Catholic health care organization that operates a medical group, hospital system, and other health care facilities in Illinois and Michigan.[3] Headquartered in Peoria, Illinois, OSF HealthCare is owned and operated by the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis.[4]

History

The sisters arrived in Iowa City, Iowa in 1875 from Germany. At the request of Rev. Bernard Baak in Peoria, Illinois, six sisters were sent there to care for the sick in 1876. The sisters became an independent religious community in 1877.[5]

In April 2012, the Sisters dropped a bid to acquire a health care organization in Rockford after the Federal Trade Commission challenged the merger as anti-competitive.[6][7] Sister Judith Ann is also the subject of the 2013 documentary Divine Prescription: Stories of Faith, Community and Healing.[8]

Mission

In the spirit of Christ and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Mission of OSF HealthCare is to serve persons with the greatest care and love in a community that celebrates the Gift of Life.[9]

Operations

OSF HealthCare employs nearly 21,500 Mission Partners in 135 locations, including 14 hospitals with 1,799 licensed acute care beds, 28 urgent care locations, 11 centers for health, and two colleges of nursing throughout Illinois and Michigan.

The OSF HealthCare physician network employs 1,500 primary care, specialist and advanced practice providers.

OSF HealthCare, through OSF Home Care Services, operates an extensive network of services, including eight home health agencies, eight hospice agencies including an inpatient hospice home, home infusion pharmacy and home medical equipment.

It also owns Pointcore, Inc., composed of health care-related businesses; OSF HealthCare Foundation, the philanthropic arm for the organization; and OSF Ventures, which provides investment capital for promising health care innovation startups.

The Ministry Services office in Peoria provides corporate management services, as well as direction, consultation and assistance to the administration of the health care facilities.

OSF HealthCare provides state-of-the-art, compassionate care to nearly 3 million people in the communities it serves.[10]

Hospitals

Facility Location Licensed Beds
OSF Heart of Mary Medical Center Urbana, IL 210[10]
OSF Holy Family Medical Center Monmouth, IL 23[10]
OSF Little Company of Mary Medical Center Evergreen Park, IL 298[10]
OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center Danville, IL 174[10]
OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center Rockford, IL 254[10]
OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center Alton, IL 140[10]
OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center Ottawa, IL 97[10]
OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group Escanaba, MI 25[10]
OSF Saint Francis Medical Center Peoria, IL 629[10]
OSF Saint James - John W. Albrecht Medical Center Pontiac, IL 42[10]
OSF St. Joseph Medical Center Bloomington, IL 149[10]
OSF Saint Luke Medical Center Kewanee, IL 25[10]
OSF St. Mary Medical Center Galesburg, IL 81[10]
OSF Saint Paul Medical Center Mendota, IL 25[10]

References

  1. ^ 'OSF HealthCare - Total Net Revenue 2019'
  2. ^ 'OSF HealthCare - Total Mission Partners'
  3. ^ Schencker, Lisa (17 July 2019). "Little Company of Mary Hospital plans to join Catholic hospital chain OSF HealthCare". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  4. ^ Frost, Peter (2013-04-19). "Mayo makes another push into Illinois". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 2014-04-05.
  5. ^ McCarthy, Stephanie E. (2009). Peoria's Haunted Memories. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 9781439620977. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  6. ^ Westphal, Melissa (2012-04-12). "OSF HealthCare and Rockford Health System drop merger bid". Peoria Journal Star. Retrieved 2014-04-01.
  7. ^ Adams, Pam (2012-04-08). "For OSF's Sister Judith Ann Duvall, health care is foremost 'a sacred ministry'". Peoria Journal Star. Retrieved 2014-04-01.
  8. ^ Excerpt from Divine Prescription (2013) http://vimeo.com/64253091
  9. ^ "Mission, Vision & Values". www.osfhealthcare.org. 2014-09-19. Retrieved 2020-01-31.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Facts & Figures". www.osfhealthcare.org. Retrieved 2020-01-31.