Strategic Direction for Global Healthcare Delivery
Ascension is the largest faith-based not-for-profit health system in the U.S. Its mission-focused Health Ministries employs more than 155,000 associates in more than 1,900 facilities of care and in 23 states across the U.S. and the District of Columbia through its largest subsidiary, Ascension Health. Other Ascension subsidiaries provide services that include medical equipment management, financial management, resource and supply management, venture capital investing, and physician practice management.
Ascension has an existing international presence in providing support services to hospitals and health facilities outside of the United States, developing joint ventures and potential partnerships to improve healthcare access, and affording clarity on the challenges facing healthcare in the U.S.
Ascension is dedicated to spiritually-centred holistic care, and is an advocate for a compassionate and just society.
Global Healthcare That Is Affordable and Accessible To All
Ascension’s strategic direction incorporates a promise to deliver Healthcare that Works, Healthcare that is Safe, and Healthcare that Leaves No One Behind by the year 2020.In fiscal year 2013, Ascension provided $1.5 billion in care, through their community benefit programs, to persons living in poverty, while earning $400 million in income from operations.
Health City Cayman Islands & Ascension: Partners in Global Healthcare Delivery
Ascension has partnered with Narayana Health at Health City Cayman Islands to bring their concept of excellent clinical care for all. NH and Ascension form the perfect partnership that shares the same values: dedication to the transformation of healthcare through innovation.
Narayana Health has a commitment to care for people regardless of their economic status, and Ascension is dedicated to furthering its mission of serving all people, with a focus on those that are poor and vulnerable.
Health City Cayman Islands gives these two organizations the opportunity to positively impact the care that is being administered in the Cayman Islands and throughout the Caribbean region.