St Vincent's Health System

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St Vincent's Health System is a family of five hospitals in the Birmingham area owned by Ascension Health, a national non-profit Catholic hospital network based in St Louis, Missouri.

In July 2007, St Vincent's merged with Eastern Health System. Eastern's three hospitals were re-named with the St Vincent's moniker.

In June 2009 the system moved its corporate offices from space it was subleasing at the Galleria Tower to newly-available office spaces on its hospital campuses.

Chief executives

Hospitals

External links

References

  • DeButts, Jimmy (June 20, 2008) "'Transitional year' means $29 million in losses for St. Vincent's" Birmingham Business Journal}
  • Velasco, Anna (July 16, 2008) "St. Vincent's system CEO Curtis James retiring" The Birmingham News
  • Tomberlin, Michael (May 16, 2009) "St. Vincent's to move Galleria offices" The Birmingham News
  • Oliver, Mike (September 23, 2014) "St. Vincent's hospital system CEO resigns." The Birmingham News