Steward Formally Acquires Sebastian River Medical Center

Sebastian River Medical Center has been sold.
Sebastian River Medical Center has been sold.

SEBASTIAN – Steward Health Care System has completed it acquisition of Sebastian River Medical Center as the company now has a network of 18 community hospitals.

“As we expand our integrated, community-based health care model to new regions, we look forward to ensuring the highest level of care for our new patients,” Dr. Mark Girard, President of Steward Health Care Network, said os the Sebastian River Medical Center acquisition. “We are proud to welcome the patients, employees, and physicians in these communities to the Steward family.”

Over the past seven years, Steward has established a nationally recognized track record of quality and safety through its physician-led, community-based delivery system that provides high quality local health care to patients.

The acquisition increases Steward’s footprint to 18 hospitals nationally, with 23,000 employees, and more than 3,000 physicians.

The Sebastian River Medical Center transaction complied with normal regulatory approvals and adherence to closing conditions.

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