Presentation on theme: "Presence Health Our Identity 1. Welcome to Presence Health! Presence Health is a family of Catholic, not-for-profit, healthcare services providing advanced."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to Presence Health! Presence Health is a family of Catholic, not-for-profit, healthcare services providing advanced medical care and exceptional service with compassion and hope. Formed in 2011, we are the largest Catholic health provider in Illinois –12 hospitals –29 long term care and senior residential facilities –50 + primary and specialty care clinics –6 home health agencies –hospice, private duty, comprehensive Behavioral Health services –and more! 2
Presence Health Mission Statement Inspired by the healing ministry of Jesus Christ, we Presence Health, a Catholic system provide compassionate, holistic care with a spirit of healing and hope in the communities we serve. Key points A ministry of the Jesus Christ Catholic in our orientation to community care Compassionate, holistic, hope-filled, service-oriented 3
Our Name “Presence Health speaks to the heart of our Mission, calling us to be a presence in every moment we share with our patients, residents, families and one another. In a more spiritual sense, we believe our daily work is guided by the Presence of the Lord, who calls us to serve with a spirit of hope and healing. Our new name also has meaning related to the communities served by our healthcare system who rely on our presence to ensure quality, accessible health care for all. It is a powerful name that will strengthen the ties that bind us together as a strong and vibrant health system.” --Sandra Bruce, President and CEO 4
Our Family Tree – Provena Side Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart Mother Anastasia Bischler Founded in Germany, 1866 (Joliet 1883 / Frankfort) Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Mother Catherine McAuley Founded in Ireland, 1824 (Chicago 1843) Servants of the Holy Heart of Mary Mother Jeanne-Marie Moisan Founded in France, 1860 (Bourbonnais / Kankakee 1889) Healthcare Ministries ++ 6
Our Family Tree – Resurrection Side Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Frances Siedliska Founded in Rome, 1875 (Chicago, 1885) Sisters of the Resurrection Celine Borzecka / daughter Hedwig Founded in Rome,1891 (Chicago, 1900) Healthcare Ministries 7
Our History Shapes Our Identity now joined as Presence Health 8
The story behind our logo 10 Individually, we matter greatly. We are unique people serving diverse ministries. Joined together, we gain strength and better serve patient, resident, family and community. With each other, we are complete. We are whole. We are connected.
11 Connected to: patients & residents By connecting with those in our care, we nurture their physical health and emotional wellbeing.
12 Connected to: family We value families and acknowledge the important role they play in their loved one’s health.
13 Connected to: community We are involved in our communities as devoted caregivers and helpful neighbors.
14 Connected to: each other We work as a unified team, with respect and appreciation for each other’s unique gifts.
Our strategy is aimed to address three major opportunities: Addresses affordability of healthcare – a growing issue for our communities, our economy and our nation Targets the fragmentation and complexity of achieving and maintaining good health Responds to other major industry and market trends 15
The chosen strategy sets Presence Health apart by targeting the issues of affordability and fragmentation of care 16 Excellent quality and safety More affordable Coordinated No-hassle Compassionate Experience Value Vision Statement Transforming health care by delivering clinical excellence, outstanding value and exceptional experience to achieve healthier communities.
Essential Elements of Catholic Healthcare Promote and defend human dignity Care for the poor and the vulnerable Promote the common good Act on behalf of justice Steward resources Act in communion with the Church 17
Living the Mission Today “Our distinctive vocation in Christian healthcare is not so much to heal better or more efficiently than anyone else…the ultimate goal of our care is to give to those who are ill, through our care, a reason to hope.” Cardinal Joseph Bernardin 18
Presence Health Core Values H onesty Accountability, Stewardship, Integrity O neness Care for creation, Partnership, Collaboration, Unity P eople Affirming dignity, Serving the poor and vulnerable, Advocacy, Diversity, Respect E xcellence Quality, Innovation, Service 19
Summary - Giving Witness to the Mission We are a faith based healthcare System: 1.Our decisions and actions are rooted in our beliefs and values. 2.Health care happens on holy ground. 3.Each and every person contributes to this sacred work. Welcome to the Presence Health Team! 20