Media Resources

As one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S., Ascension is committed to delivering person-centered care to all with special attention to the poor and vulnerable.
  

Mission, Vision, Values & Ethics       Ascension News & Podcasts

Media Contact

Nick Ragone, JD
Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Nick.Ragone@ascension.org

FY22 Ascension Facts & Stats

  • $44.1 billion total assets
  • $28.0 billion total revenue
  • $2.3 billion in care of persons living in poverty and other community benefit programs
  • 16.1 million physician office and clinic visits
  • 3.0 million emergency room visits
  • 1.5 million equivalent discharges
  • 1.1 million virtual provider office (vpo) visits
  • 726,000 discharges
* Last updated September 15, 2022
  • 586,000 surgery visits
  • 527,000 urgent care visits
  • 79,000 births
  • 25,000 available beds (excluding bassinets)
  • 139,000 associates
  • 36,000 affiliated providers
  • 8,300 employed providers
  • 2,600+ sites of care in 19 states and the District of Columbia*
    - 139 hospitals*
    - 39 senior care facilities*
Joseph Impicciche, JD, MHA, serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Ascension
Executive Leadership

 

Joseph Impicciche, JD, MHA
President and Chief Executive Officer, Ascension

Joseph (Joe) Impicciche, JD, MHA, serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for Ascension, leading the Ascension Leadership Team to advance the health system’s Mission of providing compassionate, personalized care to all, especially those most in need.

Young girl listening with a stethoscope
Community Impact

 

Improving the health of communities we serve

Across Ascension, we provide a healthcare safety net for millions of people who might otherwise go without healthcare – particularly those who are poor and uninsured. Through our community benefit programs, Ascension provides access to medical care beyond the walls of our hospitals and directly to individuals who need it most. We work in the communities we serve to improve access to care, enhance the health of communities, advance medical or healthcare knowledge and relieve the burden on other community efforts.