Our mission and values establish the foundation and create the framework for the work we do. They express our priorities in what we will achieve, and how we will achieve them.
As a member of Ascension Health, St. Vincent Health is a part of the largest Catholic, mission-driven, not-for-profit health care system in the United States.
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.
This core value affirms that we demonstrate a special commitment to serving those who are physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially poor and vulnerable. We bring this to life by giving of ourselves generously and without hesitation. The following examples show how we exemplify this on a daily basis:
This core value affirms that each person has special value, unique talents and varied gifts. When we revere life, we act with deep respect and compassion for the dignity and diversity of life. The following behaviors and attitudes show how we attempt to do just that each and every day:
This core value suggests that our words and actions should be consistent with our values. In day-to-day terms, living with integrity may be recognized as how we:
This core value suggests that everyone within our organization is committed to the principles of performance improvements to foster a service culture. More specifically:
This core value affirms our commitment to seek new approaches to service and care; to willingly try new approaches with vitality, energy and enthusiasm. This value is exemplified when we:
This core value affirms the meaning of the work we do and the fact that our workplace is a community of persons who share and are committed to common vision - and depend on one another throughout the day to further our mission. Our ministry offers hope and joy to both giver and receiver and can be seen when we:
St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital staff members follow a high standard of conduct as we work in a manner consistent with our mission, vision and values. This means we are honest and ethical in our individual and business practices, and that we strive to follow all laws and regulations that govern our healthcare ministry.
Should you see any of the following violations or suspected violations, please ask to speak with your nursing manager to report any concerns.
In order to get the most out of your stay at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital, we encourage you to become familiar with your rights and responsibilities as a patient.
Ascension Health is the parent organization of St. Vincent Health. We champion the dignity and worth of each individual. The philosophy statement of St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital affirms:
"We believe that the dignity and rights of each person must be protected and promoted with the utmost care, from the moment of conception throughout life to death."
Through recognizing the dignity and vulnerability of a person as a patient, we developed patient rights and responsibilities. A further explanation of these rights and responsibilities is available from either your nurse or patient representative.
It is your right as our patient or client to:
Be advised of the telephone number, address and hours of operation of the state's health care hotline, which receives questions and complaints about health care providers, including questions about implementation of advance directive requirements.
The hours are 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. and the phone number is 1-800-227-6334.
The address is:
Indiana State Department of Health
2 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
As a Medicare hospital patient, you have the right to:
The phone number and address of the PRO in your area is:Health Care Excel
To help us meet your healthcare needs and provide you with appropriate care, your responsibilities as our patient or client are to:
For more information on these rights and responsibilities, ask any staff member.
The Joint Commission conducts an accreditation survey of St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital on an unannounced basis.
The purpose of the survey is to evaluate the organization’s compliance with nationally established Joint Commission standards. The survey results are used to determine whether, and the conditions under which, accreditation should be awarded to the organization.
Joint Commission standards deal with organizational quality of care issues and the safety of the environment in which care is provided.
If members of the public have any quality of care or safety concerns about our hospital, the Joint Commission encourages you to bring your complaint first to the attention of St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital. If this does not lead to resolution, submit your concern to The Joint Commission for review.
If you have questions about how to file your complaint, you may contact The Joint Commission at this toll free U.S. telephone number, 8:30 to 5 p.m., Central Time, weekdays at (800) 994-6610
Office of Quality Monitoring
Office of Quality Monitoring
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
Mike Schroyer is regional president of St. Vincent Northeast Region, which includes St. Vincent Anderson Regional, St. Vincent Mercy and St. Vincent Randolph. Since 2007, Schroyer has served in multiple leadership roles with St. Vincent, including chief nursing officer and chief operating officer for the St. Vincent Heart Center. Prior to joining St. Vincent, he directed the startup of eight state-of-the-art hospitals in the United States, including construction of two hospitals. He also assisted with the design and planning of seven other state-of-the-art hospitals, and created and implemented the nation’s first all-digital and paperless cardiovascular hospital. Schroyer has developed patient-focused and team-oriented organizations characterized by participative leadership, teamwork, physician satisfaction and low turnover rates.
Schroyer earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Loyola University, Chicago, and a Master of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey. He earned his Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Business Administration from Auburn University, Alabama. Schroyer is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and an Associate of the American College of Cardiology. He received a four-year federal appointment last year to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Advisory Panel on Hospital Outpatient Payment. He is active on the National Advocacy Committees for healthcare.
He also serves as a board or committee member of Madison Health Partners, United Way of Madison County and the Corporation for Economic Development.
|Tom VanOsdol||President||(765) 646-8373|
|Donald Apple||Vice President,
|Gary Brazel, MD||Vice President,
Chief Medical Officer
|Marlene Carey||Vice President, Marketing & Community Affairs||(765) 646-8290||
|Nancy Pitcock||Vice President,
Patient Care Services,
Chief Nursing Officer
|Nick Theohares||Executive Director, Operations||(765) 646-8609||
|Sister Eileen Wrobleski, csc||Vice President,