WellSpan at a Glance:
•A valuable community resource that provides more than $246 million in combined charitable, uncompensated care (2017).
•Approximately 20,000 employees
•A clinically integrated network of approximately 2,600 physicians and advanced practice providers (APPs), including more than 1,600 employed physicians and APPs.
•More than 200 patient care locations that offer services such as diagnostic imaging, laboratory, rehabilitation, primary care, retail pharmacy, walk-in health care, durable medical equipment and other essential services
•A regional behavioral health care organization: WellSpan Philhaven
•A regional home care organization: WellSpan VNA Home Care
•Eight respected hospitals: WellSpan Chambersburg Hospital, WellSpan Waynesboro Hospital, WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital, WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, WellSpan Surgery & Rehabilitation Hospital, WellSpan York Hospital and WellSpan Philhaven.
•Regional referral services in heart and vascular care, oncology, women and children services, orthopedics and spine care, neurosciences and behavioral health
•The region's only accredited Level 1 Regional Resource Trauma... Center and Comprehensive Stroke Center with an endovascular neurosurgery program.
•Partnerships with respected organizations, including Johns Hopkins Medicine, Maryland Proton Treatment Center, Hanover Hospital, and Hospice & Community Care (formerly Hospice of Lancaster County), as well as hundreds of private-practice community physicians.
RESPECT FOR ALL: We are deeply committed to respecting everyone. In pursuit of true respect, we seek to better know and appreciate both each other and our patients. Through knowing people better we conduct ourselves with empathy and respect the diversity, rights and dignity of all regardless of race, gender, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, economic status or personal circumstances.
WORKING AS ONE: We work as one so our patients, consumers and communities can experience the benefit of WellSpan “working as one” with them and on their behalf. We work as one across professions, organizational boundaries and communities by collaborating, coordinating, and sharing expertise, information and resources—to better meet the needs of those we serve.
ASSUME POSITIVE INTENT: As we seek to know one another and work as one we assume positive intent. We give people the benefit of the doubt and assume that they had positive intentions, identify the situational details, and get the bigger picture.
DO THE RIGHT THING: We earn the trust and confidence of the individuals and communities that we serve by doing what’s right; acting with transparency and honesty; protecting patient confidentiality; paying special attention to vulnerable moments such as transitions in care; and meeting the letter and the spirit of all applicable laws, regulations and professional standards. Integrity is expected in your performance and you should feel safe, empowered and confident that when you do the right thing, you will be supported. Together, leadership, staff and governance are all committed to creating a culture that empowers everyone to do the right thing.
FIND A BETTER WAY: We are relentless in our pursuit of discovering better ways to meet our mission and serve our communities. We take seriously our responsibility to be good stewards of the resources entrusted to our care. We are creative. We innovate, seek out and share best practices, focus on long-term sustainability and adopt ways of transforming the delivery of healthcare. We are steadfast in our commitment to continuously learning and improving both as individuals and as an organization.