Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission

To care for patients, serve physicians, and improve health care in America

Our Vision

To be the partner of choice for surgical care

Our Values

Clinical quality

We are committed to outstanding patient care and clinical outcomes.


We do what is right, no matter how difficult, without exception. We say what we mean, and we do what we say.

Service excellence

We seek to exceed the expectations of patients, physicians and each other in everything we do.


We work together, helping and supporting one another to make our surgery facilities, and all of SCA Health successful.


We take complete, personal responsibility for our actions and commitments.

Continuous improvement

We seek to relentlessly improve our performance in every area – clinical, operational, and financial – constantly pushing ourselves to new heights.


We create an environment in which all teammates’ ideas, perspectives, and experiences are heard, valued, and respected.

Our Commitment & Expectations

We are UNITED in a commitment to each other and our communities.

A Culture Where:

All teammates, patients and physicians feel they belong. One that is: Safe, Inclusive, Diverse

We Respect & Appreciate:

Our differences as demonstrated through our words and actions and acknowledge the value that it brings to our organization.

We Expect Our SCA Health Community To:

Work together with professionalism and courtesy. Treat others in alignment with our values.

We expect those within our SCA Health community to embrace our values of clinical quality, integrity, service excellence, teamwork, accountability, and continuous improvement — both in their words and in their actions.

We are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment that is free from acts (or threats) of violence, harm, inappropriate conduct, and/or illegal activity

We do not tolerate or permit:

Treatment of others that endangers their physical and emotional wellbeing or subjects them to discrimination, harassment or threats.

Discrimination or harassment for any reason, including on the basis of race, gender, color, creed, status with respect to public assistance, gender identity and/or expression, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, age, disabilities, genetic information, or status as a special disabled Veteran.

Retaliation against individuals who make good-faith efforts to report discrimination, harassment, violence, or threats, illegal activity or any other violation that threatens the safety of others.

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