Parkview Health is a not-for-profit, community-based health system that serves northeast Indiana, northwest Ohio and southern Michigan. Parkview is home to the region’s first Verified Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers. Additional services include the Samaritan Flight Program, Parkview Heart Institute, Parkview Ortho Hospital, a Certified Stroke Center, Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Outpatient Center, and Comprehensive Cancer Center. As one of the area’s largest employers with 7,500 full and part-time employees, Parkview’s mission is to provide quality health services and improve the health of the communities it serves.
Parkview Health system has seven hospitals, including flagship facility Parkview Hospital, a 575-bed tertiary care facility that houses a Level II trauma center, a neonatal ICU, and specialty units for cardiac, cancer, pediatric, and rehabilitative care. Parkview also has four smaller community hospitals, representing all together some 200 beds, an inpatient psychiatric facility, a physicians group, long-term care and senior living facilities, outpatient centers, and a host of other health-related operations.