Welcome to CommonSpirit Health.

Welcome to CommonSpirit Health.

Office of
the CEO

Office of the CEO

Spirit of work.

Spirit of work.

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Two legacies of compassion.

CommonSpirit Health was formed by the alignment of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) and Dignity Health. Founded by women religious, both health systems have a long, proud legacy of serving all people in need, especially those who’ve been made vulnerable by poverty, age, and other hardships. CommonSpirit Health is continuing these legacies by actively advocating for positive social change.

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The common good needs bold ideas.

Human trafficking. Domestic violence. Opioid addiction. Our communities have big problems in desperate need of bold solutions—solutions that require the kind of scale and resources of a nationwide health system like CommonSpirit. Through innovative programs and technologies, we are addressing social issues and root causes that can lead to long term chronic diseases and poor health—along with other needs like home-based health care and affordable housing programs.

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Building a nation of healthy communities.

With more than 700 care sites across the U.S.—from clinics and hospitals to home-based care and virtual care services—CommonSpirit is accessible to nearly one out of every four U.S. residents. Visit our map to find the care center nearest you.

Together is the way forward.

Our philosophy is this: the more we work together, the more enriched our lives and the ones of those around us become. In partnership with our spiritual care provider, Tom Harshman, we have identified three essential ingredients to keeping our spirits fed, our hope alive, and our common mission moving full steam ahead.

Healing begins with people.

Brittany Weisler (Phoenix, AZ)

“Imagine being an expectant mother, and the doctor tells you that your baby is going to be born with a birth defect.” 2:54

Lisa Dahl (Fargo, ND)

“People need people, and nobody is really normal. We’re just different, and that’s okay.” 2:37

Hasmukhben Amarasekera (Northridge, CA)

“When you reassure them that you’re going to do the best for them, you see a peace on their face.” 3:24

Dieter Bruno, MD (Redwood City, CA)

“When it’s all said and done, we have to think about others as ultimately better than ourselves.” 2:47

Faye Ramirez (Albuquerque, NM)

“We realized that our children were suffering—that some of their basic needs are not being taken care of.” 3:00

Kurt DeVine, MD (Little Falls, MN)

“The opioid epidemic has killed thousands...you shouldn’t be able to walk away from it.” 3:31

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CommonSpirit Health is a single health care organization formed by Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), Dignity Health, and Dignity Community Care. CommonSpirit Health will perform most health care operational functions on behalf of or in collaboration with CHI, Dignity Health, and Dignity Community Care. As a system of health care providers, we work towards improving health care by leveraging expertise and data in a single Organized Health Care Arrangement (OHCA) under HIPAA. You can find the list of participating locations or facilities here.