Since forming Centura Health as a management company in 1996, AdventHealth and CommonSpirit Health have worked together to meet the needs of communities across Colorado, Kansas and Utah. Together, we agreed that we can best serve our communities and health care ministries without the affiliation of a partnership and directly manage our respective care sites.
Effective August 1, 2023, AdventHealth now directly manages its five hospitals and affiliated clinics and CommonSpirit Health now directly manages its 20 hospitals and affiliated clinics. Independently, we will continue to serve and provide mission-focused care in our communities.
With this transition, the Centura Health name and logo will soon be retired, and you’ll begin to see the names AdventHealth and CommonSpirit Health referenced. While the hospitals and clinics may no longer have “Centura” in their name, you will continue to receive the same compassionate care from the caregivers you know and trust. The care teams are still called to serve you.
We know you may have questions and we have started to address them below. We also invite you to explore adventhealth.com/colorado and CommonSpirit.org to learn more about our individual legacies of caring.
If you would like to consider a position at an AdventHealth hospital or care site, you may apply here.
If you would like to consider a position at a CommonSpirit hospital or care site, you may apply here.
Hospitals Now Part of AdventHealth
- Avista Adventist Hospital, now called AdventHealth Avista
- Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, now called AdventHealth Castle Rock
- Littleton Adventist Hospital, now called AdventHealth Littleton
- Parker Adventist Hospital, now called AdventHealth Parker
- Porter Adventist Hospital, now called AdventHealth Porter
- AdventHealth clinics
Hospitals Now Part of CommonSpirit Health
- Longmont United Hospital
- Mercy Hospital
- OrthoColorado Hospital
- Penrose Hospital
- St. Anthony Hospital
- St. Anthony North Hospital
- St. Anthony Summit Hospital
- St. Elizabeth Hospital
- St. Francis Hospital
- St. Francis Hospital – Interquest
- St. Mary-Corwin Hospital
- St. Thomas More Hospital
- Colorado CommonSpirit Health clinics
- Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital
- St. Catherine Hospital – Dodge City
- St. Catherine Hospital – Garden City
- Kansas CommonSpirit Health clinics
- Holy Cross Hospital – Davis
- Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley West
- Holy Cross Hospital – Jordan Valley
- Holy Cross Hospital – Mountain Point
- Holy Cross Hospital – Salt Lake
- Utah CommonSpirit Health clinics
Nothing changes today. We expect this to be a seamless transition. Patients and communities will continue to receive excellent, local care from the providers they know and trust with the same level of high-quality, compassionate care that they expect from hospitals and clinics.
You will begin to see new signs and logos at the care sites. While the hospitals and clinics will no longer use “Centura” in their names, you will continue to receive the same compassionate care from the caregivers you know and trust.
Providing safe, high-quality, whole person care is core to both AdventHealth and CommonSpirit Health.
AdventHealth and CommonSpirit Health do not expect any immediate changes to the services their respective hospitals and clinics provide. Each organization will work with their care teams to determine the needs of our patients and communities and tailor services to ensure the hospitals and clinics are well prepared to meet the ongoing needs of the community.
Yes, nothing changes today, and it is the intent of AdventHealth and CommonSpirit Health to assume all insurance agreements. Importantly, we expect this to be a seamless transition for our patients and providers.
Nothing changes today. Contact information and processes to arrange and schedule appointments with your provider remain the same. If, and when, changes may take place, your provider will communicate with you directly.
In most cases, your provider will continue to deliver care in the hospitals where they have traditionally seen and cared for patients. Additionally, it is common for physicians to obtain privileges to care for patients at other hospitals in their community. You will need to speak directly with your physician to understand where they have privileges to provide hospital services.