Three Rivers Health signs Letter of Intent

Three Rivers Health and Indiana-based Beacon Health System have signed a Letter of Intent to have Three Rivers Health join Beacon Health System in the spring of 2021, pending final approvals.

Dave Shannon, president/CEO of Three Rivers Health, a 60-bed facility, said the situation was an opportunity to grow through careful alignment with partners of high integrity, who share a commitment to quality, exceptional experience and value.

The partnership will allow more people throughout the region to have access to 1,100 Beacon physicians and providers, Shannon said, adding that Beacon is also a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.

Beacon Health System is the largest, locally owned and operated non-profit health care system in the Michiana region. Elkhart General Hospital, Community Hospital of Bremen, Beacon Granger Hospital, Memorial Hospital of South Bend, Beacon Children’s Hospital, Beacon Medical Group, Beacon Health Foundation and Beacon Health & Fitness are powered by more than 7,000 associates and 1,100 physicians.

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  1. So how will the change affect the patient/doctor/medical services relationships with Ascension Borgess and Bronson hospitals?

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