Advocate, NorthShore merger would create giant hospital network

    Advocate Health Care, the state’s largest system, and NorthShore University HealthSystem, the dominant health network in Chicago’s northern suburbs, announced they will merge to form a 16-hospital system to be called Advocate NorthShore Health Partners.

    Together, the two nonprofit systems would generate at least $6.5 billion in revenue and $400 million in operating income, based on their respective financial results from 2013. Presence Health, the 12-hospital network formed in a 2011 merger between Resurrection Health Care and Provena Health, was the second-largest system by revenue in the state, with $2.7 billion on the top line in 2013.

    Read more in Crain’s Chicago Business.

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