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CHI Health St. Francis

provide patients with high-quality medical care close to home, where they can be supported by their family, friends, and community.

About Us

CHI Health St. Francis has been Grand Island’s hospital since 1887. Today, the hospital is a regional referral center, with more than 100 physicians and more than 1,100 employees working together to build a healthier community — our goal is to provide patients with high-quality medical care close to home, where they can be supported by their family, friends, and community.

Being a part of a larger organization provides us with opportunities to share resources, capitalize on the latest research and innovation, and provide the best care possible for our patients.

CHI is a national nonprofit health system with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. The faith-based system operates in 17 states and includes 78 hospitals; 40 long-term care, assisted-, and residential-living facilities; two community health services organizations; two accredited nursing colleges; and home health agencies. In fiscal year 2012, CHI provided more than $715 million in charity care and community benefit, including services for the poor, free clinics, education, and research. With total annual revenues of more than $10.7 billion and approximately 83,000 employees, CHI ranks as the nation’s second-largest faith-based health system.

St. Francis is also part of the largest regional health care system in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa, CHI Health. The system includes 15 acute care hospitals, two psychiatric care facilities, and two physician-practice groups within a single, clinically integrated network. Together, the members of CHI Health work to create healthier communities and brighter futures for all Nebraskans.

Magnet Recognized

CHI Health St. Francis has been designated as a Magnet organization. The Magnet Recognition Program designates organizations worldwide where nursing leaders successfully align their nursing strategic goals to improve the organization’s patient outcomes. The Magnet Recognition Program provides a roadmap to nursing excellence, which benefits the whole of an organization. To nurses, Magnet Recognition means education and development through every career stage, which leads to greater autonomy at the bedside. To patients, it means the very best care, delivered by nurses who are supported to be the very best that they can be.