“The simplest and most practical lesson I know … is to resolve to be good today, but better tomorrow.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Returning to Our Roots

In 2007, Pittsburgh Mercy Health System refocused its mission, transitioned all of its former hospital-based services to other providers in the region, and returned to its roots of caring for the most vulnerable people in our community.

In many ways, the original mission of the Sisters of Mercy has come full circle. The Sisters of Mercy legacy of community-based service, heritage of hope, and “feet on the streets” approach to care continue to thrive throughout Pittsburgh Mercy and the Pittsburgh Mercy Family of Care®.

A Member of Trinity Health

Pittsburgh Mercy is a member of Trinity Health, one of the largest not-for-profit, Catholic health care systems in the United States. It is a family of 121,000 colleagues and nearly 36,500 physicians and clinicians caring for diverse communities across 27 states. Nationally recognized for care and experience, the Trinity Health system includes 101 hospitals, 126 continuing care locations, the second largest PACE program in the U.S., 136 urgent care locations, and many other health and well-being services. In fiscal year 2023, the Livonia, Michigan-based health system invested $1.5 billion in its communities in the form of charity care and other community benefit programs.

For more information, visit Trinity Health at www.trinity-health.org, or follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and X (formerly known as Twitter).

Pittsburgh Mercy and Trinity Health serve together as a compassionate and transforming, healing presence within our communities. Our mission and values guide everything we do.

Serving in the Tradition of the Sisters of Mercy

Serving in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, we reach out, offer hope, and provide services to those in our communities who are most vulnerable. In keeping the legacy of Catherine McAuley and our founding Sisters of Mercy, we continue to do the Works of Mercy and empower those we serve to lead healthy, full lives in the community.

Updated: May 2, 2024

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