It's not enough to be the premier provider of acute care and behavioral health services in the communities we serve.
Community hospitals are the cornerstone of care. As one of the largest and most respected hospital management companies in the nation, it is our responsibility to provide high quality care that will improve the health of the people we serve in our hospitals and beyond their walls.
Our employees promote healthy lifestyles and contribute to the quality of life each and every day as they support the people we serve. We offer hospital-based and community programs like WE – Women Enlightened for Better Health, a free program to help women make informed decisions about their health through educational events and activities, Senior Advantage, a health and wellness initiative for adults over the age of 50, and Kids Advantage, a wellness program for the youngest members of your family.
As one of the nation’s leading providers of behavioral health services, we support 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; Take Charge of Autism, a national initiative dedicated to education and programs to treat autism spectrum disorders, and our Patriot Support and Freedom Care behavioral health programs for active duty military, veterans and their families as they manage the effects of combat, deployment and post-deployment.
Our employees promote healthy lifestyles and contribute to the quality of life each and every day as they support the people we serve.
UHS employees give back, too. For example, we embrace and support the Wounded Warrior Project® with donations that help provide financial assistance, housing, food, counseling, training, coaching and services to wounded service members as they rebuild their lives. And, we provide financial assistance to our own employees in times of disaster and need. For example, when tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma City in May 2013, and when floods devastated areas in Colorado in September, clothing, personal care items and money were donated to help our co-workers rebound and rebuild.
From our Corporate headquarters in King of Prussia, PA, to the communities we serve in 37 states, plus the District of Columbia, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, we take pride in being a good citizen and a partner in health.