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Mission/Vision

Mission/Vision

Our mission, vision and values represent all that MIHS accomplishes through our efforts to improve the health of our community.

Our Mission

Our mission statement is the first glimpse into our organization, and our first opportunity to represent ourselves to our patients, families, visitors and outside entities. The Maricopa Integrated Health System mission is: “To provide exceptional care, without exception, every patient, every time.”

Exceptional care captures our comprehensive approach and excellence in the provision of healthcare, training and research, while without exception ensures this care is exceptional … for every patient, every time. This is why MIHS exists.


Our Vision

The MIHS vision creates a 21st century model for patient care and medical education that improves access, quality, cost and outcomes for patients and increases the supply of future health professionals.

Our vision is: “Maricopa Integrated Health System will be nationally recognized for transforming care to improve community health.”

In short, MIHS envisions an opportunity to reinvent the community safety net as it is known today. This means:

  • Providing convenient, affordable quality care where and when people need it most.
  • Integrating healthcare seamlessly into the lives of patients and consumers.
  • Engaging individuals in their own care.
  • Casting a stronger net of programs and services to keep all members of our community well.

Our Values

Our values are essential and enduring beliefs that guide our actions every day. They describe what our organization believes in, and how we treat each other, our patients, families and visitors.

Our MIHS values include the following:

Accountability

  • We hold ourselves and each other accountable by accepting personal responsibility for all that we do and stewardship of the resources we deploy on behalf of our community.

Compassion

  • We demonstrate sensitivity to our patients and each other by offering emotional, spiritual, cultural and physical support.

Excellence

  • We are committed to delivering breakthrough quality and service that exceeds expectations, improves outcomes and provides exceptional patient care.

Safety

  • We ensure a safe environment for all and a highly reliable, effective care experience.

 

Our mission, vision and values statement reflect MIHS’s unique and special role as Maricopa County’s safety net. Serving our community’s poorest and most disadvantaged groups is both a point of pride and a distinctive position that MIHS holds as a healthcare provider in Maricopa County and Arizona.

 

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