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90,000+ people with 1 shared goal

At Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), we’re united. Through 100 hospitals and clinics in 17 states, our 90,000+ employees strive to create healthy communities and provide exceptional care rooted in a profound respect for human dignity.

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Whether you’re a seasoned health care professional or looking for your first job in the field, CHI offers a wide range of health care career opportunities that few organizations can match. We’d love to have you join our team. 

Working toward a vision

Kevin Lofton, our CEO, talks about what Catholic Health Initiatives stands for and what our future looks like.

Colleen Scanlon To Receive Top Honor From The Catholic Health Association
Colleen Scanlon To Receive Top Honor From The Catholic Health Association MAR 25, 2018

Colleen Scanlon, CHI’s senior vice president and chief advocacy officer, is the recipient of the Catholic Health Association’s prestigious Sister Concilia Moran Award for 2018. She will accept the award at the CHA Assembly in June.

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CHI’s Lofton Named to List of “Top Minorities in Healthcare” by National Magazine
CHI’s Lofton Named to List of “Top Minorities in Healthcare” by National Magazine FEB 24, 2018

Kevin E. Lofton, Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Health Initiatives, has been named by Modern Healthcare magazine as one of the “Top 25 Minorities Executives in Healthcare.” Lofton, who has led CHI for more than a decade, has been named to all five biennial listings of top minority health care executives since the magazine began the exclusive.

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Catholic Health Initiatives Continues Significant Financial Improvement in Second Quarter of FY18, Reinforcing Successful Turnaround Efforts FEB 06, 2018

Catholic Health Initiatives operated essentially on a break-even basis in the second quarter of the 2018 fiscal year, posting an operating loss of just $1.5 million after recording a deficit of approximately $146 million in the same three-month period of the previous fiscal year, the organization announced today.

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