UnityPoint Health

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UnityPoint Health
Type Non-profit
Industry Healthcare
Headquarters Des Moines, Iowa, USA
Area served Iowa & Illinois
Key people Bill Leaver, CEO
Website www.unitypoint.org

UnityPoint Health (known as Iowa Health System until 2013) is a network of hospitals and clinics in Iowa and Illinois. The system began in 1993, when Iowa Lutheran Hospital and Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines merged, forming the state’s largest provider of hospital and related health services. The organization grew to encompass eight metropolitan areas and changed its name in 2013 to reflect the fact that it was no longer exclusive to Iowa.[1]

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Hospital Location Emergency Department Founded Absorbed
UnityPoint Health Methodist Peoria, IL Yes 1900 2013
UnityPoint Health Proctor Peoria, IL Yes 1882 November 2013
John Stoddard Cancer Center Des Moines, IA No 1993
Iowa Lutheran Hospital Des Moines, IA Yes 1914
Iowa Methodist Medical Center Des Moines, IA Yes 1901
Blank Children's Hospital Des Moines, IA 1944
Methodist West Hospital West Des Moines, IA Yes 2009
St. Luke's Hospital Cedar Rapids, IA Yes 1884
Jones Regional Medical Center Anamosa, IA Yes
The Finley Hospital Dubuque, IA Yes 1890
Trinity Regional Medical Center Fort Dodge, IA Yes 1973
Trinity Rock Island Rock Island, IL Yes
Trinity Moline Moline, IL Yes
Trinity Bettendorf Bettendorf, IA Yes
Trinity Muscatine Muscatine, IA Yes
St. Luke's Regional Medical Center Sioux City, IA Yes 1966
Allen Hospital Waterloo, IA Yes 1925
Meriter Hospital Madison, WI Yes 1898 2013

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