Substitute Data Incident Notice for Certain HCA Healthcare Facilities
HCA Healthcare’s more than 290,000 colleagues are driven by our desire to improve more lives in more ways. Through innovative approaches to quality, we are making a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and shaping the future of patient care.
When HCA Healthcare joins a community, we serve and invest in that community for years to come. In complement with our partners, our vast integrated network provides access to specialized resources, capabilities, data and knowledge-sharing to help provide a confident future for patients, physicians, colleagues and the community. Most importantly, we value strong relationships and collaboration that contribute to high-quality, patient-centered and compassionate care for every patient that walks through our doors.
HCA Healthcare … contributed more than $44 million to community organizations in 2022, up from $41 million in 2021. The contributions were provided to organizations focused on disaster relief, health equity, access to healthcare careers and community needs, as well as matching gifts which support colleague charities of choice.
Mission Hospital in Asheville is being named one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for 2023 for the eighth consecutive year. This makes Mission the only hospital in North Carolina to make America’s Best Hospital list. This achievement puts Mission Hospital in the top 1% of hospitals nationwide.
As Hurricane Dorian threatened the Florida coast, top officials at HCA spent Labor Day weekend wringing their hands, pulling all-nighters in a Nashville command center. It almost didn’t matter where the storm hits; HCA Healthcare’s hospitals were going to be affected. With dozens of hospitals on Florida’s east and west coasts, the for-profit hospital chain is exposed every time a hurricane threatens the Sunshine State.
The hospitals within Lake Nona Medical City are out to prove that collaborative, innovation hubs can be built from the ground up—literally … HCA and the other healthcare organizations in Lake Nona work separately and together on digital health-focused simulation labs, intensive care unit capacity and more. HCA named the UCF Lake Nona Hospital one of its two innovation hub hospitals that test technology such as smart eyewear.
HCA Healthcare announced multiple HCA Healthcare Foundation grants, through its Healthier Tomorrow Fund, to provide high school students early access to careers in healthcare, and to connect unemployed and underemployed jobseekers with healthcare career opportunities.
“We wanted a partner that could respect the Catholic identity. HCA Healthcare has been very supportive. They've not just followed the covenant - they have embraced the covenant. And that, to me, has made it well worth the work it took to put it in place, and it has worked beautifully for us.”
“When it became obvious that we really needed to increase our size and scope of services, we started looking for partners. Culture was an important part of how we determine fit … we did find that with HCA Healthcare. HCA Healthcare brings the brains, the expertise and the experience.”
“We needed to find a partner. HCA Healthcare was in it to do the right thing for our patients, the community and staff. I don’t know if Frisbie would have been able to get through the pandemic. With HCA Healthcare coming in … it was really a savior to the hospital and a savior to the community.”
"You have the business of medicine, the science of medicine and the art of medicine. What is it that holds these things together? It’s our culture. Our culture has been a very sacred part of this organization.”
"HCA Healthcare’s partnership brought quality care, expanded services, environmental sustainability improvements and more to the entire Citrus community. They became a vital part of the community, providing our hospital with a substantial financial foundation and a community partnership in local service organizations and programs. Servicing the community during the pandemic was challenging, but HCA Healthcare’s leadership exhibited professionalism, following the latest CDC guidance without ever losing sight of our patients and families. If I had the opportunity to revisit our decision to partner with HCA Healthcare, I would have changed nothing about the process. Their leadership was professional, friendly and comprehensive in all facets.”
We strive to always do the right thing for our patients. As a learning health system, we utilize data to improve care and deliver the type of care our patients need, when and where they need it. Through innovative approaches to quality, we are making a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and setting new standards for care.
Many things set HCA Healthcare apart from other healthcare organizations, but at our core, our greatest strength is our people. We exist to give people a healthier tomorrow, starting with our colleagues and physician partners. We support our more than 290,000 dedicated and compassionate colleagues throughout the U.S. and U.K. through a variety of programs that offer physical, emotional and financial support for them and their families.
HCA Healthcare colleagues are committed to caring for our communities. Our model of giving reflects our belief that there are many ways to champion health. By collaborating with community partners like March of Dimes and the American Red Cross, HCA Healthcare fosters a culture of teamwork and cultivates goodwill within the diverse communities we serve to help build stronger communities.
Our dedication to improving more lives in more ways is directly connected to the impact we have on the environment, as well as our understanding of how the environment impacts overall health and well-being. From disaster relief and environmental sustainability to helping combat the nation’s opioid crisis, we are proud to join forces with other leading organizations and take action to positively impact our communities and world. Our focus to achieve excellence in healthcare is built on a foundation of inclusion, compassion, dignity and respect, and is reflective of our desire to ensure a safe, compassionate and equitable care experience for all patients.