|Industry||Health - Hospitals|
|Services||Teaching hospitals; primary, secondary, and tertiary care centers; ambulatory clinics|
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Inc, branded as Jefferson Health, is a multi-state non-profit health system whose flagship hospital is Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Center City, Philadelphia. The health system's hospitals serve as the teaching hospitals of Thomas Jefferson University. Although two separate entities, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health are combined together under the same leadership that includes a single board of directors.
Formerly a division of Thomas Jefferson University, the hospital was separated from the university to become a founding member of the Jefferson Health system in 1995. The Hospital merged with Methodist Hospital as a division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in 1996. In March 2014, the Jefferson Health System was dissolved. In July 2016, Aria Health and Jefferson Health System announced an official merger.
For fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals had 937 licensed beds, 41,368 admissions, 1,350,317 outpatient visits, 117,746 emergency room visits, 9,500 full- and part-time employees, 873 house staff, 1,667* medical staff, and 3,265 full- and part-time registered nurses. (*Includes other professional personnel including psychologists, podiatrists, NPs, PAs, CRNAs, etc.) 
In 2018, Jefferson Health reach a conclusive agreement to merge with the Einstein Healthcare Network. The merger created an 18-hospital system and $5.9 billion in revenue including over "50 outpatient and urgent-care centers, leading rehabilitation and post-acute facilities" and maintained almost 39,000 employees. In 2020, the Federal Trade Commission attempted to block the merger.
Jefferson Health comprises the hospitals of:
- Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
- Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience
- Jefferson Methodist Hospital
- Abington – Lansdale Hospital
- Abington Hospital–Jefferson Health (formerly Abington Memorial Hospital)
- Jefferson Bucks Hospital (formerly part of Aria Health)
- Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital
- Jefferson Frankford Hospital (formerly part of Aria Health)
- Jefferson Stratford Hospital
- Jefferson Torresdale Hospital (formerly part of Aria Health)
- Jefferson Washington Township Hospital
- Magee Rehabilitation Hospital
- Physicians Care Surgical Hospital
- Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital – Bensalem
Departments and services
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals provides medical services across more than 200 specialized centers, programs, departments and divisions.
Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals has an Office of Human Research/Division of Clinical Trials Support to assist with the formal clinical trials in which the organization is involved.
Five of the seven physicians on the staff of the Philadelphia Eagles NFL team are doctors at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. In 2015, Alexander Vaccaro was named the President of the Rothman Institute.
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- Jefferson University Hospital: History
- Philadelphia Inquired
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- Jefferson University Hospital: About Us
- Kacik, Alex (2018-09-18). "Jefferson Health, Einstein Healthcare reach definitive agreement to merge". Modern Healthcare. Retrieved 22 December 2019.
- Cineas, Fabiola (2019-03-28). "Jefferson, Einstein Merger Would Create a Massive 18-Hospital System". Philadelphia Magazine. Retrieved 11 December 2019.
- Inquirer, Stephen K. Klasko and Barry R. Freedman, For The. "Hospital executives: Jefferson-Einstein merger would help patients on the margin | Opinion". https://www.inquirer.com. Retrieved 2020-08-11. External link in
- Jefferson University Hospital: Departments and Services
- Jefferson Office of Human Research: Division of Clinical Trials Support
- Philadelphia Eagles: Team Doctors
- Today, Spine Surgery; September/October 2014. "Spine surgeon Vaccaro elected president of Rothman Institute". healio.com. Retrieved 2020-04-15.