Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) was a national Catholic healthcare system, with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. CHI was a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed, in 1996, through the consolidation of three Catholic health systems. It was one of the United States ' largest healthcare systems. 
Catholic Health Initiatives was formed through the joining together of four national Catholic health care systems. Planning began in 1995, when Catholic health leaders began to explore strengthening community health care for the future.
(August 2022) CHI Health (formerly Alegent Health) is a regional healthcare network headquartered in Omaha. The combined organization consists of 28 hospitals, two stand-alone behavioral health facilities, and more than 150 employed physician practices in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and North Dakota.
Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) is part of CommonSpirit Health, a single health care organization formed with Dignity Health and Dignity Community Care. CommonSpirit Health will perform most health care operational functions on behalf of or in collaboration with CHI, Dignity Health, and Dignity Community Care.
Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) was a national Catholic healthcare system, with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. CHI was a nonprofit, faith-based health system formed, in 1996, through the consolidation of three Catholic health systems.
CommonSpirit Health is a Catholic health system based in the United States, the country's largest and its second-largest nonprofit hospital chain (as of 2019). It operates more than 700 care sites and 142 hospitals in 21 states.
Formed in 2019 through the combination of Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health, CommonSpirit Health is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems. Today, CommonSpirit is supported by 150,000 health care professionals across the country, with 25,000 physicians and more than 40,000 nurses who strive to continue that mission.
CommonSpirit is owned by Catholic Health Initiatives Colorado and managed by Centura Health. In a news release, the health care system said the deal, first announced in February, will ...
CommonSpirit was created by the combination of Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health as a single ministry in early 2019. Today, we continue to build on that foundation of compassion as we care for the common good.
Strategic plan. To continually champion the health of the people we serve, and for our own healthy future, our strategy is to excel in clinical and operational performance while advancing personal and community health beyond a traditional acute care focus.