President and CEO: Michael D. Connelly

Headquarters: Cincinnati

Founded: 1986 by the Sisters of Mercy, Regional Community of Cincinnati (now Sisters of Mercy, South Central Community)

Religious sponsors: Sisters of Mercy, South Central Community; Sisters of Mercy, Mid-Atlantic Community; Sisters of Humility of Mary; Franciscan Sisters of the Poor; and Covenant Health Systems.

Employees: 33,132

Affiliated physicians: 5,593

Net operating revenue: (2012): $3.8 billion

Operating income: (2012): $129.3 million

Operating margin: (2012): 3.4 percent


Mercy Health Anderson Hospital (Anderson Township)

Mercy Health Clermont Hospital (Batavia)

Mercy Health The Jewish Hospital (Kenwood)

Mercy Health Mount Airy Hospital (Mount Airy)

Mercy Health Western Hills Hospital (Western Hills)

Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital (Fairfield)

St. Rita’s Medical Center (Lima)

Institute for Orthopaedic Surgery (joint venture in Lima)

Springfield Regional Medical Center (Springfield)

Mercy Defiance Hospital (Defiance)

Mercy Regional Medical Center (Lorain)

Mercy Allen Hospital (Oberlin)

Mercy St. Charles Hospital (Oregon)

Mercy Willard Hospital (Willard)

Mercy Tiffin Hospital (Tiffin)

Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center (Toledo)

Mercy Children’s Hospital (Toledo)

Mercy St. Anne Hospital (Toledo)

Mercy Memorial Hospital (Urbana)

St. Joseph Health Center (Warren)

St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center (Boardman)

St. Elizabeth Health Center (Youngstown)

Source: Catholic Health Partners’ website, (