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Facts & Figures
Spectrum Health System, a not-for-profit, integrated health system, is committed to improving the health and wellness of our communities. We live our mission every day with 31,000 compassionate professionals, 4,600 medical staff experts, 3,300 committed volunteers and a health plan serving more than 1 million members. Our talented physicians and caregivers are privileged to offer a full continuum of care and wellness services to our communities through 14 hospitals, including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, 150 ambulatory sites and telehealth offerings. We pursue health care solutions for today and tomorrow that diversify our offerings. Locally-governed and based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, our health system provided $550 million in community benefit in calendar year 2019. Thanks to the generosity of our communities, we received $37 million in philanthropy to support research, academics, innovation and clinical care. Spectrum Health has been recognized as one of the nation’s 15 Top Health Systems by Truven Health Analytics®, part of IBM Watson HealthTM.
Spectrum Health is West Michigan’s largest employer, with 31,000 employees.
Spectrum Health is an Aa3 rated health care system by Moody’s Investors Service and AA rated by Standard and Poor’s, ratings we have maintained since 1998. Priority Health is rated A by A.M. Best Co. These strong ratings validate our standing in the investment community and demonstrate our commitment to prudently manage and preserve the community financial assets of Spectrum Health. Our financial strength allows us to deliver value to the communities we serve by offering high-quality, affordable health care.
The organization provided more than $550 million in community benefit during the last fiscal year*.
Maintaining a progressive research culture in Grand Rapids is fundamental to our role as the region’s largest medical center. Spectrum Health continues to grow its own research accomplishments as well as build collaborative relationships within and throughout the local research community.
More than 1,100 open research studies are approved through Spectrum Health’s Institutional Review Board More than 130 national cancer clinical trials through the Cancer Research Consortium of West Michigan. To learn more about current research studies, visit the Spectrum Health Research & Clinical Trials website.
*Most recent data for Spectrum Health (fiscal year 2019) and Spectrum Health Lakeland (fiscal year 2017).