Health care is a calling that requires special people. And the people of ProMedica are here to provide YOU with the highest level of care and service. Our Mission is to improve YOUR health and well-being.
Mission and Values
Whether your first encounter with ProMedica is through your family physician, the emergency room staff, or a
wellness coach at your workplace, you’ll discover that we’re a mission-driven organization.
- We believe you should have access to the best care right in your neighborhood — so wherever you receive
care from us, you’re connected to the experience and knowledge of our entire network.
- We believe that no one is beyond the reach of life-saving health care — so every year we donate millions
of dollars to provide medical services to our friends and neighbors who cannot pay.
- We believe that our neighbors are looking for ways to strengthen our communities — so we work with
hundreds of volunteers who lead our boards and hospital auxiliaries to touch the lives of patients and
families every day.
Whoever you are, and wherever you live in our extensive service area, our mission is to improve your health
Why are we committed to diversity? We believe that curating a culture of rich diversity leads to better empathy, better communication, better clinical practices, and better treatment options. Read our diversity policy.
Philosophy of Care
Our care philosophy sets the tone for all we do, from our interdisciplinary approach, methods of health care delivery and integration with the communities we serve. Read more about our care philosophy.
All ProMedica hospitals participate in Community Health Needs Assessments. These formal assessments give us
information that helps us adjust our programs and services to better meet the specific health needs of the
communities we serve, providing the best care for you and your family. View these recent assessments:
To provide feedback on a ProMedica hospital community health needs assessment, or to request a printed copy at no cost, please call the hospital and ask to speak with the hospital administrator.