Keeping Healthcare Local
We believe that everyone deserves access to high quality healthcare close to home. We achieve this in our communities through strong partnerships, which vary from acquisitions and long-term lease agreements to joint venture partnerships that include shared ownership and governance. Working together and with the input of local community, hospital and physician leaders, we develop strategies that are tailored to each of our markets and leverage leading healthcare practices and resources from across the nation.
The Resources to Succeed
LifePoint's strong balance sheet enables us to invest in our facilities in meaningful ways that meet the needs of our communities. Our multi-faceted approach to investment includes:
- Equipment and facilities upgrades
- Recruitment and retention strategies for physicians
- Operating expertise
- Service line expansion and optimization
- IT infrastructure enhancements and
- Talent development.
Industry and Operations Leadership
Our operators at our facilities and at the Health Support Center (HSC) are among the best in the industry, providing a deep bench of world class resources organized around four strategic priorities: quality and service, growth, operational excellence and talent.
Learn more about how we operate and work with our facilities to improve patient care and service and meet the needs of their local communities.
LifePoint is disciplined in its growth and operations, and we understand the importance of effectively integrating new facilities into our network in a timely manner. That is why he have a detailed integration process that connects our HSC subject matter experts with business owners at our facilities in a coordinated fashion. We know change can be daunting, and our approach to integration aims to manage the transition so we can stay focused on Making Communities Healthier.
LifePoint's facilities are more than healthcare providers. They are among the top employers and drivers of economic growth in their communities. In addition, when a not-for-profit or government-owned facility joins LifePoint, it also becomes a major tax payer, aiding in the financial support of critical infrastructure and community needs. And in many cases, proceeds from the partnership transactions are used to create or support a locally-governed charitable foundation that helps address health- and wellness-related needs. Learn more about our approach to social responsibility.