Trinity Health completes acquisition of MercyOne Health System

(ABC 6 News) – Trinity Health, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit Catholic health systems, announced Thursday the agreement to acquire MercyOne is completed.

MercyOne is now a full member of the Trinity Health system, based in Livonia, Michigan. 

The news follows an April announcement that Trinity Health signed an agreement with CommonSpirit Health to acquire all
facilities and assets of Iowa-based MercyOne, including Home Care, Hospice, and Infusion
“For close to 25 years, we have served Iowa communities. With MercyOne now fully part of Trinity
Health, we are a stronger and more unified system that will strengthen MercyOne’s ability to serve
our patients, colleagues, and communities,” said Mike Slubowski, president and chief executive
officer of Trinity Health. “Health care providers across the country continue to face unprecedented
challenges brought on by the COVID-pandemic, but together, we are stronger. With our shared
history and Catholic mission, we look forward to continuing a legacy of high-quality care for
generations to come.”
The completion of the acquisition is a highly anticipated milestone that marks a shared commitment
to ensuring access to health care across Iowa. Operating as a part of Trinity Health, MercyOne will
retain its name and brand while enhancing more integrated and unified care in the communities it
“Today’s closing further advances MercyOne’s Vision to provide a personalized and radically
convenient care experience for Iowans and neighboring communities. We are delighted to become a
full member of the Trinity Health family which will further our goal to be a more strongly connected
system of health services,” said Bob Ritz, president and chief executive officer at MercyOne. “We
are grateful to CommonSpirit for their support in the transition and for more than 25 years of
successful partnership in Iowa. We look forward to further strengthening the Mission of MercyOne.”
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Since the agreement was announced on April 19, plans have been underway to complete the
integration including regulatory filings and other steps necessary to finalize the agreement. As
integration efforts continue, patients can expect the same compassionate care from the caregivers
they know and trust.