Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the largest and most respected providers of hospital and healthcare services in the nation with 89,000 employees dedicated to improving people’s lives and transforming the delivery of healthcare. Through its subsidiaries, the company operates 28 Acute Care hospitals, 335 Behavioral Health inpatient facilities, and 40 outpatient facilities and ambulatory care centers in 39 states in the U.S., Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom. UHS also offers health insurance plans through Prominence Health Plan, and manages a network of physicians through Independence Physician Management.
UHS Ranked Among Industry Leaders for Online Reputation
According to Reputation, a reputation experience management company, UHS has the third-highest Reputation Score among the 25 largest health systems evaluated.
Sierra Medical Center hosts ceremonial ribbon cutting in advance of public opening
March 21, 2022 — Northern Nevada Health System (NNHS) today hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting to introduce its second hospital, Northern Nevada Sierra Medical Center (SMC), to local dignitaries.
UHS Healthcare Heroes Tribute Video Wins Gold Award from the AVA Digital Awards Competition
February 28, 2022 — UHS is pleased to announce that it has received a Gold AVA Digital Award for its Healthcare Heroes Tribute video created in 2020 to honor, thank and recognize the outstanding efforts of its 90,000 employees during COVID-19.
News Coverage: Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center in DC
February, 2022 — Mayor Muriel Bowser and Universal Health Services (UHS) along with George Washington University and Children’s National Hospital broke ground on the new Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center, GW Health in Ward 8 at the St. Elizabeths East Campus.
Grand Rapids Business Journal: Behavioral health hospital critical to the region
January 21, 2022 — Guest Column by Matt Biersack and Diane Henneman: Mercy Health Saint Mary’s and Forest View Hospital have a long history of serving Kent County and surrounding communities with high quality and compassionate behavioral health services, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay.
Behavioral Health Business Magazine: C-Suite 2022 Outlook
January 2022 — Marc D. Miller, President & CEO, “Seamless coordination across the full continuum of care has long been an aspiration across the industry. Now, through implementation of digital platforms and strategic alignment across providers, we can meet patients where they are, supporting them with appropriate care along the continuum.”
Universal Health Services, Inc. Ranked by Fortune Among World’s Most Admired Companies in 2022
UHS is pleased to announce it has once again been selected by Fortune as one of the "World's Most Admired Companies" in 2022.
Prominence Health Plan ACOs Saved Medicare $84.7 million in 2020
November 2021 — Prominence Health Plan, a subsidiary of UHS, reports that in 2020, its seven Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) combined to save Medicare $84.7 million, resulting in over $50 million in earnings for its 3,000 participating physicians and an average quality score of 98%.
Behavioral Health Business: UHS Looks to Redesign Behavioral Health Staffing Model Amid Workforce Challenges
December 6, 2021 — That receptivity will likely continue “to the degree that the pandemic continues to have a more omnipresent, sort of, effect on the regulatory environment,” Filton said at a virtual appearance during Stephens Inc.’s 23rd Annual Investment Conference.
Universal Health Services, Inc. Ranks on Forbes Global 2000 List
July 19, 2021 — UHS is pleased to announce it is ranked on the Forbes Global 2000, an annual ranking of the top 2,000 public companies in the world by Forbes magazine.
Universal Health Services to Join Forces with Riverside Medical Clinic
November 1, 2021 — UHS is pleased to announce that it has entered into a binding agreement for a strategic alignment with Riverside Medical Clinic (RMC) located in Riverside County, California.
River Vista Behavioral Health Hospital: Construction Progresses amid Pandemic
September 2021 — The new River Vista Behavioral Health hospital, located at 40886 Goodwin Way in Madera, is on track to open in early 2023.
Raising Awareness of Suicide Prevention
In this Federation of American Hospitals podcast, UHS’ Karen Johnson offers thoughts on how to reemerge back to society after lockdown, and shares effective resources to help prevent suicide.
S&P Global: Telehealth finds mental health, provider niche as usage drops from pandemic peak
September 2021 — Telehealth is becoming a permanent fixture in the healthcare landscape even as usage falls from last year's pandemic-induced peaks. Article features insights from Jeremy Maynor, VP, Telehealth Product Management, UHS.