Vandalia Health and Davis Health System have signed a non-binding letter of intent for Davis Health System to join Vandalia Health.
By joining Vandalia Health, Davis Health System will enhance the medical services in the communities it serves.
“This announcement reassures the communities of Davis Health System that local health care will thrive and grow,” said DHS President and CEO Vance Jackson, FACHE. “Both Davis Health and Vandalia Health share a commitment to improving access and opportunities for better health across West Virginia.”
Leaders across Vandalia Health are excited for the hospitals of Davis Health System to join the team. Both systems share the values of providing high quality care as close to home as possible.
“Davis Medical Center, Broaddus Hospital and Webster Memorial are providing critically needed services in their communities. We will be proud to help them continue that tradition, and support them with services in the region,” said David L. Ramsey, CEO & President of Vandalia Health.
The organizations plan to complete due diligence and then close the transaction after the receipt of all necessary regulatory and governance approvals.
Davis Health System represents a broad array of critical health care services in the Potomac Highlands region of West Virginia. An acute care hospital and two critical access hospitals anchor the system’s suite of other specialized care including cancer, surgical, behavioral and women’s health, long-term care and others. Davis Health System’s mission is To Bring Better Health to Life.
About Vandalia Health System
Vandalia Health System is a multi-state health system with locations across West Virginia as well as in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Made up of Charleston Area Medical Center and Mon Health System, Vandalia Health has 10 hospitals, more than 180 ambulatory locations, more than 11,000 employees and more than 1,200 doctors and advanced practice providers.