“A good beginning is of great importance.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Better Together

Members of The Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care share:

  • Complementary missions, core values, and strategic visions
  • A commitment to being a compassionate and transforming, healing presence within our communities
  • A commitment to population-based, people-centered, health and human services
  • A common organizational culture that is committed to experience of care, innovation, leadership development, quality, and cultural inclusivity and equity
  • A commitment to ensuring a welcoming culture and an exceptional experience of care for every person served
  • Innovative and integrative approaches to the care of the whole person – body, mind, and spirit
  • A commitment to stewardship and reducing health and human services costs through shared administrative structures and processes
  • A defined commitment to the highest ethical standards and continuous quality improvement around specific measurements of importance to the community and the people we serve (e.g., medication safety, more community days/fewer hospital days, etc.)
  • Accountability for highest compliance, integrity, ethics, and regulatory standards
  • A commitment to leading and developing an inclusive and equitable workforce through best practice and experiential learning opportunities.

How Your Organization, People, and Communities You Serve Benefit

The Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care offers like-minded nonprofit organizations opportunities to grow and strengthen their missions through strategic alliances, shared administrative service offerings (e.g., finance, human resources, and technology), community collaborations, joint programming, or clinical integrated networks. We offer an array of potential partnership models – many of which allow organizations to retain their legacies, missions, and board/governance structures.

Being equal members of The Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care allows providers to weave a broader safety net for the community wherein the services of every provider are available seamlessly to every person in need. There is no wrong door. Together, we can improve access and enhance services for those in our community who are most in need – and offer hope to those who need it the most.

Partner With Us

We invite you to explore opportunities to partner and collaborate with The Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care®. For more information, please contact Craig Douglass, chief operating officer of Pittsburgh Mercy,  at CDouglass@pittsburghmercy.org or 412-323-4543.