Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health to Combine Services

The new organization will have a combined footprint across Illinois, Wisconsin, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. 

By HFT Staff
June 3, 2022

Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health have announced plans to come together to create a health and wellness delivery system to meet patients’ needs. The organizations cited their complementary strengths, diverse experiences and enhanced capabilities as key enablers to improve healthcare services. 

Officials pointed to the organizations’ combined clinical excellence, including in medical research and population health, as well as advanced capabilities in data analytics and digital consumer infrastructure as factors that  will allow them to make a positive impact across six key areas: clinical pre-eminence and safety, health equity, affordability, next-generation workforce, learning and discovery, and environmental sustainability. Highlights include a $2 billion pledge to disrupt the root causes of health inequities across rural and urban underserved communities, their commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and a pledge to create more than 20,000 new jobs across the communities they serve. 

The new organization will have a combined footprint across Illinois, Wisconsin, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. It will serve 5.5 million patients, operate more than 1,000 sites of care and 67 hospitals, employ more than 7,600 physicians and nearly 150,000 teammates and have combined annual revenues of more than $27 billion. 

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