1. What is the purpose of creating Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic?
Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic will comprise Mercy Health System, Saint Francis
Healthcare (Delaware), and St. Mary Medical Center. This new regionalized
approach will offer many benefits to the diverse communities served by
these five hospitals and their related services, including more clinical
collaboration, the sharing of best practices and expertise, and the streamlining
of operational efficiencies to help control healthcare costs.
2. How does a more regionalized approach align with the Catholic healthcare
mission and values?
Each member of the Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic shares the same mission
of serving in the spirit of the Gospel as a compassionate and transforming
healing presence within our communities. The new regionalized approach
will enable us to carry out that mission together—aligned under
that singular purpose.
3. When will Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic form?
Over the course of the next several months, a Regional Leadership team
will develop the plans necessary to establish Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic
and carry out the shared vision.
4. Will the types of services or level of care change as a result of Trinity
Health Mid-Atlantic’s formation?
Patients will continue to find the same, high-quality care and variety
of options across our hospitals and related services. In fact, throughout
this process, you may find new or enhanced service offerings throughout
the region as a result of deeper collaboration and shared expertise among
Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic members.
5. Will the hospitals’ names change?
The hospital identities are not anticipated to change as a result of this
6. How can I learn more about the details of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic?
As Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic continues to take shape, we will do our
best to keep our community informed and updated on our progress.
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