June 5, 1997 |
St. Joseph Health System, which operates St. Joseph Hospital and nine others, said Wednesday that it has tentatively agreed with a Roman Catholic health group in Torrance to form an affiliation, essentially a merger. St. Joseph and Little Company of Mary Health Services would operate seven hospitals in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties, five more in Northern California and one in Lubbock, Texas.
April 10, 1997 |
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, one of Orange County's few remaining independent health-care institutions, announced plans Wednesday to forge a business relationship with Orange-based St. Joseph Health System. The linkup with the larger organization, while intended to help Hoag better compete for business with large health plans, would stop far short of a full-blown merger. "This is not a merger of our assets. We will remain separate," Hoag President Michael D. Stephens said Wednesday.
January 3, 1995
Richard J. Statuto has been selected as the new president and chief executive of St. Joseph Health System in Orange, which owns and operates nine hospitals and other health services. He succeeds David A. Reed. Statuto, who has been with St. Joseph's for four years, had been chief operating officer since April. Before that, he was vice president of business development, marketing and planing for Bon Secours Health System in Maryland.
June 10, 1994 |
In the continuing consolidation of the health-care industry, St. Joseph Health System in Orange said Thursday that it has bought Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center in Mission Viejo. St. Joseph Health System, which already owns St. Joseph Hospital in Orange and St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, said it will keep the Mission Viejo facility's 1,300 employees in the deal, terms of which were not disclosed. The fate of senior executives at Mission Hospital was not clear.
November 18, 1993 |
Seeking to enter the South County market, the St. Joseph Health System, which already operates two major hospitals in Orange County, said Wednesday it is exploring a merger or close alliance with Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center in Mission Viejo. Thomas Porath, vice president of corporate services for St. Joseph Health System in Orange, said the hospital chain has signed an agreement with Mission to study "the most effective way to affiliate."