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On April 18, 2018, Presence Health presidents from Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, Presence Saint Francis Hospital, Presence Saint Joseph Hospital-Chicago and Presence St. Mary’s Hospital joined with the Illinois Health and Hospital Association to meet with key leaders in Springfield. They discussed the importance of protecting access to care, implementing the new hospital assessment on time, and collaborating on behavioral health services for patients across the state.

The prior evening, more than 30 state senators, representatives, and statewide office-holders joined Presence Health and AMITA Health leaders to learn more about our new combined footprint and the expertise that our system has to offer. Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Sanguinetti shared her telehealth priorities and spoke to leaders about how to work together to address provider shortages and access to care.

Legislators take notice when clinicians and leaders take the time to help them understand complex health care issues. See how associates from across the system are making a difference, lending their expertise and engaging with elected officials across the states here. Meanwhile, we thank our presidents for their leadership and support towards higher quality health care in Illinois.

HOSPITAL PRESIDENTS ADVOCATE FOR HIGH QUALITY HEALTH CARE IN ILLINOIS

From left: James L. Robinson III, PsyD, President, Presence Saint Joseph Hospital-Chicago; Martin Judd, President, Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center; Kenneth Preston Jones, Presence Saint Francis Hospital; and Chris Shride, President, Presence St. Mary’s Hospital, at the state capitol in Springfield.

 


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Philanthropy Spotlight

Now that we have finalized the transaction between AMIITA Health and Presence Health, we have begun the deliberate process of formally coming together as AMITA Health to serve all of Chicagoland. This process also includes our financial accounting year. Presence Health will align with AMITA Health’s accounting practices by moving to a fiscal year calendar. Our official new fiscal year will be July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019.

We will begin sharing our finances with you on this new fiscal year schedule. This change will go into effect for the upcoming board meetings in August.

Thank you in advance for your support as we move forward in this new direction. Please let us know if you have questions.

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Upcoming Events

July 27,2018

Ambassador Board Rock the Boat

August 19,2018

PSFH A Day at the Races

September 9,2018

PSJMC Auxiliary Fashion Show

September 17,2018

The Presence Executive Cup

September 22,2018

PMMC Spirit of Mercy Compassion Cup

September 26,2018

PSJH-C Lift A Spirit

October 6,2018

Presence St. Mary's Hospital Annual Gala

October 20,2018

Rainbow Hospice Angels Ball

November 10,2018

Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center Annual Gala

March 2, 2019

The Presence Ball 2019

In The News

AMITA Health President and CEO Mark A. Frey Elected to Board of Illinois Health and Hospital Association

Eight AMITA Health hospitals have earned top safety grades from The Leapfrog Group

Presence Health physicians named 2018 Chicago Top Cardiologists

PSMH Wound Care Center Earns National Accreditation

Congratulations to this year’s Inspire Award Recipients

The Inspire Award for Community Service is presented annually as a way of recognizing community leaders or organizations that exemplify the values of Presence Health by going above and beyond to care for vulnerable populations in need.

Presence Health would like to congratulate this year’s Inspire Awards recipients:

  • PSJMC: Dr. Theodore M. Kanellakes
  • PSMH: Asbury Community Outreach Ministries, Inc.
  • PSJH-C: Little Sisters of the Poor
  • PSMEMC: Peter O’Brien
  • PSFH: Evonda Thomas Smith
  • PSJH-Elgin: Ecker Center for Mental Health
  • PMMC: Frequent Users System Engagement
  • PHFMC: Des Plaines Public Library
  • PRMC: Avenues to Independence