Metropolitan Anchor Hospital (MAH) Case Studies

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Adventist Health Bakersfield is a 254-bed hospital committed to delivering exceptional health care for a service area population of almost 800,000 people. This includes a focus on serving lower-income residents and those who have been historically marginalized.
Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, is the flagship hospital of Henry Ford Health, one of the nation's largest integrated health care systems. Henry Ford Hospital maintains 877 beds and is distinguished for its exceptional performance in cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopedics and sports medicine, transplant procedures, and cancer care.
Denver Health has been treating and healing the people of Denver, Colorado for more than 160 years. Denver Health provides health care services to one in three residents of the metropolitan area. Many of its patients have complex health care and social needs, including the uninsured, people experiencing poverty, people living with substance use disorder, pregnant teens, victims of violence, people experiencing homelessness, and victims of trauma.
Broadlawns Medical Center of Des Moines treats a diverse population of patients, addressing the medical, societal, and behavioral health needs of local citizens – from the greater Des Moines area – serving more than 72,757 patients in fiscal year 2022.
As a Metropolitan Anchor Hospital (MAH), MLK Community Healthcare cis guided by the belief that all patients – no matter their insurance status – deserve access to high-quality primary and specialty care services.
Sinai Chicago comprises a network of four hospitals, more than 15 community clinics, a community institute, and a nationally recognized research institute that all serve communities on Chicago's West and Southwest sides.
University Health (UH), formerly known as Truman Medical Centers, is the non-profit successor to the public hospitals of Kansas City, Missouri, and Jackson County, Missouri. With two acute care hospitals and more than 70 primary and specialty clinics, University Health employs more than 4,500 highly trained individuals.
University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMC) is the largest public hospital in the state of Nevada, serving the Las Vegas and southern Nevada area as the region’s Metropolitan Anchor Hospital (MAH). UMC is the only hospital in southern Nevada with a Level 1 trauma center and transplant center.
As the chief academic teaching hospital of the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, Temple University Hospital (TUH) provides medical education to the next generation of physicians and biomedical scientists, while also serving the broader Philadelphia community through over 600,000 outpatient visits, 151,000 emergency department visits, 10,000 psychiatric crisis response visits, and 17,000 inpatient and outpatient surgeries in 2021.
St. Barnabas Hospital was founded as the Home for the Incurables in the Bronx in 1866 to care for chronically ill individuals who lived in New York City. Now known as the SBH Health System, it is committed to improving the health and wellness of its community and is dedicated to providing the highest quality care in a compassionate, comprehensive, and safe environment where patients always come first, regardless of their ability to pay.