Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the largest and most respected providers of hospital and healthcare services in the nation with more than 90,000 employees dedicated to improving people’s lives and transforming the delivery of healthcare. Through its subsidiaries, the company operates 26 Acute Care hospitals, 328 Behavioral Health inpatient facilities, and 42 outpatient facilities and ambulatory care centers in 37 states in the U.S., Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom. UHS also offers health insurance plans through Prominence Health Plan, and manages a network of physicians through Independence Physician Management.
Statement from Universal Health Services
UPDATED Monday, October 12, 2020, 12:30 pm ET — Universal Health Services (UHS) confirms that the UHS IT Network has been restored at Corporate and across all Acute Care hospitals, enabling connections to all major systems and applications, including the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), laboratory and pharmacy.
Universal Health Services, Inc. Names Mark Friedlander, MD, MBA, as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the Behavioral Health Division
Universal Health Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mark Friedlander, MD, MBA, has joined the organization as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the Behavioral Health Division.
Canyon Creek Behavioral Health to Open in Temple, Texas in the Fall of 2020
September 23, 2020 — Brand new facility will begin offering services in Fall 2020, providing high-quality and advanced behavioral health services to address the growing unmet need in the region and across the state.
Advancing Behavioral Health Outcomes Using Innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI)
September 21, 2020 — Eleos Health and UHS launch pilot to measure effectiveness of new clinical decision-support software on patient experience and treatment outcomes.
Granite Hills Hospital Construction Progresses Amid Pandemic
September 17, 2020 — UHS continues construction on its new $33 million, 120-bed Granite Hills Hospital, located at 1706 S. 68th Street as local and national demands increase for mental health services.
Universal Health Services, Inc. Announces Founder Alan B. Miller Plans To Step Down As CEO in January 2021, Marc D. Miller, President, Appointed Chief Executive Officer
Sept. 8, 2020 — UHS announced today that consistent with our longstanding succession plan, Alan B. Miller, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Health Services, Inc., will step down as Chief Executive Officer of the company and transition leadership to Marc D. Miller, who currently serves as President.
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New Poll: 68% of Americans View COVID-19 as a Severe or Extreme Crisis; Survey Results Cite Leading Sources of Induced Stress, Anxiety, Depression
Survey set out to gain insight into Americans’ level of stress, anxiety and depression since the COVID-19 outbreak, the resources they are using or willing to use to manage these negative feelings, and their outlook for the future.
A message from Alan B. Miller
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Over the past couple of months, we have lived and worked through one of the most stressful times in the history of healthcare. Yet, we have continued to deliver superior care to high-risk patients and vulnerable populations, while working to keep our communities safe.
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Universal Health Services and BAYADA Home Health Care Announce Strategic Partnership
UHS and BAYADA Home Health Care announced today the signing of a definitive agreement to form a strategic partnership that will establish and operate Home Health Care services.
Universal Health Services, Inc. Again Ranked by Fortune Among World’s Most Admired Companies in 2020
UHS is pleased to announce it has once again been selected by Fortune as one of the "World's Most Admired Companies" in 2020.
Becker’s Podcast featuring Marc D. Miller
July 2020 – In this podcast interview with Scott Becker, Marc discusses his career path which has led to his current role, how behavioral health has become a focus of health systems across the country, and the value of having a talented team who challenges the status quo. Marc also touches on the financial stability and reputation UHS has earned over the last four decades since its inception in 1979.
Data Suggests Unexpected Behavioral Health Surge On Its Way
As the number of COVID-19 cases begins to flatten across the country, many experts are speculating about a second wave of illness that will stress the health systems this fall as the country enters into the normal flu season. However, other experts are warning of a second wave of medical crisis caused by COVID-19 that is happening now and strengthening quickly: the behavioral health surge.
Universal Health Services, Inc. Ranks on Fortune 500 for 17th Year
May 2020 — Universal Health Services, Inc., one of the largest providers of acute and behavioral healthcare in America, is pleased to announce it has again ranked on the Fortune 500 list.
Beaumont Health, Universal Health Services Break Ground on New Mental Health Hospital
Specialty hospital, psychiatric clinical training and outpatient programs will enhance mental health services in Michigan.
UHS Behavioral Health Integration Solutions works to improve and expand the delivery of behavioral healthcare
See how UHS is dedicated to meeting mental healthcare needs in the US and beyond.