Metropolitan Anchor Hospital (MAH)

Metropolitan Anchor Hospitals (or MAHs) are vital urban hospitals that provide crucial health care and other services to marginalized and underserved communities. MAHs face a challenging patient-payer mix. MAHs need sustained federal support to advance their successful programs, strengthen patient outcomes, and further improve health in their communities.

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…
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…
Many hospitals including those in rural and underserved areas are experiencing unprecedented challenges that jeopardize access and services. Here are a series of proposals and suggestions for the Ways and Means Committee to consider as it looks for avenues to broaden access to health care for…
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.
The convening of the 118th Congress this week is a reminder of Washington’s highly-charged political environment.
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.
As Congress convenes for its post-election lame-duck session, we are turning up the pressure to secure additional support for hospitals and the patients and communities they serve. We need to put on a full-court press — and that includes all of us reaching out to our senators and representatives —…