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CommonSpirit Health to Directly Manage Facilities in Colorado, Kansas, Utah

CommonSpirit Health is now directly managing 20 hospitals and more than 240 care sites in Colorado, Kansas, and Utah that were previously managed by Centura Health.

(CHICAGO) – August 1, 2023 – CommonSpirit Health, one of the largest faith-based, non-profit health systems in the U.S., is now directly managing 20 hospitals and more than 240 care sites in Colorado, Kansas, and Utah. These facilities had previously been managed by Centura Health. 

The hospitals that are now fully managed and operated by CommonSpirit Health are:

Colorado

  • Longmont United Hospital, Longmont
  • Mercy Hospital, Durango
  • OrthoColorado Hospital, Lakewood
  • Penrose Hospital, Colorado Springs
  • St. Anthony Hospital, Lakewood
  • St. Anthony North Hospital, Westminster
  • St. Anthony Summit Hospital, Frisco
  • St. Elizabeth Hospital, Fort Morgan
  • St. Francis Hospital, Colorado Springs
  • St. Francis Hospital – Interquest, Colorado Springs
  • St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, Pueblo
  • St. Thomas More Hospital, Canon City

Kansas

  • Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital, Ulysses
  • St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City, Dodge City
  • St. Catherine Hospital – Garden City, Garden City

Utah

  • Holy Cross Hospital – Davis, Layton
  • Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley West, West Valley City
  • Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley, West Jordan
  • Holy Cross Hospital – Mountain Point, Lehi
  • Holy Cross Hospital – Salt Lake, Salt Lake City

“We have been built on a strong foundation informed by a shared calling, deep faith in our founding congregations, compassion for one another, and quest for better,” said Peter D. Banko, President of CommonSpirit’s Colorado/Kansas/Utah Division.  “Today is our opportunity to write new chapters in our epic history.  We have been given a gift to make the healing presence of God known through impacting the physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing of our communities along the entire health continuum.  Our commitment and dedication are unwavering in enhancing the common good and helping people, neighbors, and communities.”

The Centura Health logo, brand and name associated with the hospitals (listed above) and care setting will transition to CommonSpirit Health and will be retired over the next year. All insurance agreements, contact information and processes to schedule appointments will remain the same throughout the transition and no immediate changes are expected to services provided.

“We have been a joint venture partner in these care sites for nearly 30 years, so we have a deep understanding of how important these care sites are in the communities they serve,” said CommonSpirit Health Chief Operating Officer Marvin O’Quinn. “We are thrilled to now work even more closely to ensure that we are transforming care in the ways that matter most to our people and our communities so that our legacy of caring and humankindness can continue to grow.”

For more information, visit Centura.org/CommonSpirit.