Providing care, innovation and hope
Since acquiring our first acute care hospital in 1979, we have delivered superior quality care, striving to be the preferred provider in the markets we serve. “At UHS we continue to focus on delivering clinical excellence to the communities we serve. To address their growing healthcare needs, UHS continues to seek out opportunities to expand our portfolio to include conveniently located access points of care when and where they are needed.” — Marvin G. Pember, Executive Vice President, UHS, and President, Acute Care Division
Acute Care Quality
With its clinical leadership and expertise and an unwavering commitment to excellence, the UHS Acute Care division is raising the bar in quality patient care and transforming the patient experience, ensuring it remains at the center of the healthcare delivery model.
Mission Critical Attributions
Being a Leader
Bringing new hospitals, freestanding emergency departments, physician alliance groups and urgent care centers to communities we serve so we can deliver care to more people.
Investing in advanced technology and exploring new treatment options with the goal of improving patient care and patient safety.
Exploring joint ventures and other partnering opportunities with academic and not-for-profit hospital systems to share our expertise and establish destinations for care in the communities we serve.
Treating patients like they are members of our own families so we can deliver better, more compassionate care.
Range of Services
UHS’ Acute Care Division is comprised of hospitals, freestanding emergency departments, and ambulatory centers across six states and the District of Columbia.
Breadth of Services
UHS Acute Care facilities offer a full continuum of care, ranging from imaging and diagnostic services to primary and specialty care, radiation and surgeries, post-acute care rehabilitation and home health services.
- Accountable Care Organizations (ACO): UHS established its first ACO in 2014, and has since expanded to seven across the United States. These ACOs have consistently increased cost savings for third-party payers (Medicare), improved quality and been financially beneficial to participating physicians.
- Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN): With IDNs, patients gain better access to a full range of healthcare services (hospitals, outpatient and ambulatory service offerings) and thus have the opportunity to stay in-network and receive more coordinated care.
UHS is continually looking to engage in strategic partnerships that provide patients with convenient access to more services, physicians and locations. Our latest joint ventures/partnerships are with these leading healthcare systems: