As one of the largest and most respected hospital management companies in the nation, it is our responsibility to improve the lives of the people we serve in our hospitals and in the community. Our employees know that hospitals are the cornerstone of care and for nearly 40 years, they have been taking care of their friends and neighbors. They go above and beyond clinical care and help build and share important wellness programs like WE — Women Enlightened for Better Health, Senior Advantage, for adults over the age of 50, and Kids Advantage. Equally important, they support community initiatives that improve the physical and mental health of the people we serve.
We also take an active role in supporting national and community organizations, such as the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, a public-private partnership dedicated to advancing the national strategy for suicide prevention and championing suicide prevention as a national priority and Take Charge of Autism, a national initiative dedicated to education and programs to treat autism spectrum disorders. In addition, our Patriot Support Programs are available to active duty military, veterans and their families to help them manage the effects of combat, deployment and post-deployment.
Our employees know that hospitals are the cornerstone of care and for nearly 40 years, they have been taking care of their friends and neighbors.
It’s also important to take care of our own employees in times of need. The UHS Foundation was established to assist employees and help them rebound and rebuild following natural disasters.
From our Corporate headquarters in King of Prussia, PA, to the hundreds of communities we serve in 37 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the United Kingdom, we take pride in being a good citizen and a partner in health.