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Ascension Information Services (AIS)
Healthcare - Health Services
10,000 - 25,000
is the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system, serving patients through a network of hospitals and related health facilities providing acute care services, long-term care, community health services, psychiatric, rehabilitation and residential care.
Sponsored by four provinces of the Daughters of Charity, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Nazareth and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet,
is committed to caring for those who are most in need in the communities we serve.
Our Mission, Vision and Values guide our actions and provide the foundation on which our ministry is built. We strive to bring spiritually centered, holistic care that sustains and improves the health of our communities.
Our Call to Action represents the conviction of every one of our local and national leaders that we are stronger together than we are alone. Watch our Call to Action Video.
Our Hospitals and Related Health Facilities are staffed with over 100,000 associates located in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
Although we serve our patients one at a time, viewing our
Statistics may help you visualize the breadth of our organization.
The Sponsorship of
is built on a legacy of healing and service and invites collaboration with others who share our Mission.
Our Leadership is comprised of men and women who have committed their talents and experience to transforming healthcare.
Our strategic priorities can be found at both the local and national levels. Some initiatives are best addressed by local leaders within the context of their own community needs. Others require our full collaborative engagement as a national ministry. Together we promise: Healthcare that Works…Healthcare that is Safe…Healthcare that Leaves No One Behind…
(ST. LOUIS) Jan. 24, 2007 – Elizabeth C. Foshage, CPA, has been named Vice President of Finance at
the nation’s largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system. In this role, Foshage will direct and supervise the day-to-day activities of the Finance department, including: financial performance and direction; financial reporting; financial planning and budgeting; and other financial processes that support financial operations and local Health Ministries.
Foshage has been with
since 1992, most recently serving as Director, Shared Services Accounting. Prior to that, she was Controller for the System Office and Manager for Investment Accounting. She brings more than 23 years of finance experience to the Vice President, Finance position, including 14 years of healthcare finance experience, said Anthony J. Speranzo, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, AscensioHealth. “Throughout her time with
Liz has emerged and proven herself a natural leader.”
Prior to joining
Foshage held finance positions for Missouri Baptist Health Center, St. Louis, Mo., as well as Ernst & Young, LLP, in St. Louis, Mo. and New Orleans, La. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration (Cum Laude) from Loyola University, New Orleans, La.
In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Missouri, Foshage is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Health Care Financial Management Association. She is a member of the Loyola University Alumni Association and has been involved in the Multiple Sclerosis Young Achievers Fund Raising Campaign. Foshage serves on several Parish Committees for St. Gerard Majella Parish in St. Louis County.
“I have a very personal commitment to
and its important Mission,” said Foshage. “Assuming a Systemwide leadership role is a great honor, one I embrace whole-heartedly. I look forward to contributing to carrying out our Mission and accomplishing the goals set forth by our overall Strategic Direction.”
Consistent with its mission to serve all people with special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable,
is an innovative leader in transforming healthcare through patient-centered, holistic care of the highest clinical quality, and provided $703.9 million in care of persons who are poor and community benefit last year.
is the nation’s largest Catholic and nonprofit health system, with more than 100,000 associates serving in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
Mission, Vision and Values
Mission, Vision and Values
Our Mission, Vision and Values provide a strong foundation for the work we do — a framework that expresses our priorities in what we will achieve and how we will achieve them.
Rooted in the loving ministry of Jesus as healer, we commit ourselves to serving all persons with special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable. Our Catholic health ministry is dedicated to spiritually centered, holistic care, which sustains and improves the health of individuals and communities. We are advocates for a compassionate and just society through our actions and our words.
We envision a strong, vibrant Catholic health ministry in the United States which will lead the transformation of healthcare. We will ensure service that is committed to health and well-being for our communities and that responds to the needs of individuals throughout the life cycle. We will expand the role of laity, in both leadership and sponsorship, to ensure a Catholic health ministry of the future.
This core value affirms that Ascension Health demonstrates a special commitment to serving those who are economically and spiritually poor through the manner in which we provide programs and services which are truly responsive to their needs. We commit to treating all persons justly and respectfully; recognizing and appreciating the needs and circumstances of persons who are poor.This core value affirms that each person has special value, a unique set of gifts and talents that help further the Mission of Ascension Health.This core value affirms that our words and actions should be consistent with our values.This core value affirms that everyone in the organization is committed to the principles of performance improvement in fostering our service culture. It also affirms that all our resources, both material resources and human talent, professional skill, and the resources of the heart — caring and compassion — do not belong to us but are entrusted to us for the service of those in need, especially those most vulnerable.This core value affirms our commitment to seek new approaches to service and care; to willingly try new approaches and to meet change with vitality, enthusiasm and energy.This core value affirms the meaning of the work that we do and the fact that the workplace is a community of persons, committed to a common Mission, who depend upon and support each other. It recognizes that our healthcare ministry has a spiritual foundation and meaning.We are called to:
Service of the Poor — generosity of spirit, especially for persons most in need
Reverence — respect and compassion for the dignity and diversity of life
Integrity — inspiring trust through personal leadership
Wisdom — integrating excellence and stewardship
Creativity — courageous innovation
Dedication — affirming the hope and joy of our ministry
Five Distinguishing Characteristics have been identified to help guide our work, both locally and nationally — Voice for the Voiceless, Clinical Excellence, Well-Run Organization, Innovation and Worklife Community.
responds to an ever-changing workplace by building a community of associates that is respected, recognized and rewarded. We seek balance in our work and in our lives. As a Catholic-sponsored healthcare organization, we encourage spirituality in the workplace.
Get to know the Mission, Vision and Values that guide our more than 100,000 associates each day in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
Every associate at
is unique and comes to us with different needs. We strive to have the programs in place that meet those needs. In addition, we believe in paying our associates a fair and just wage at each and every health ministry and in the National Office.
We are committed to running an organization that includes associates of both genders, all ethnic backgrounds and all faiths — an organization that is enriched by the diverse talents and viewpoints of our people. We value creativity, risk-taking and innovation.
If you are tired and frustrated working in organizations that focus on numbers rather than people, then join our team:
Our hospitals and related health facilities stretch nationwide, serving rural communities and urban markets. Listed below are statistics that show how our combined efforts are impacting the communities we serve.
Total assets: $ 14.9 billion
Operating revenues: $ 11.4 billion
Care of persons who are poor and community benefit: $703.9 million
Staff and Facilities
Available beds: 16,788
General acute care hospitals: 61
Long-term acute care hospitals: 4
Rehabilitation hospitals: 4
Psychiatric hospitals: 4
Newborn births: 74,942
Equivalent discharges: 1,142,883
Emergency room visits: 2,073,619
Physician office visits: 3,530,176
Clinic visits: 1,457,934
Home health visits: 604,810
Equal Opportunity Employment: Ascension Health
will not allow preference or prejudice with respect to race, religion, creed, age or gender.
P.O. Box 45998
St. Louis, MO 63145-5998
at Ascension Information Services (AIS)
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