Cody, Wyo.(February 2, 2017) –We are pleased to announce that West Park Hospital and St. Vincent Healthcare
have entered into a joint venture agreement effective February 1, 2017.
St. Vincent Healthcare has provided Radiation Oncology Services to patients
throughout the Big Horn Basin through a collaborative relationship with
West Park Hospital since 1999. Our joint venture agreement with S.t Vincent
Healthcare ensures that West Park Hospital and St. Vincent Healthcare
remain committed to providing state of the art, high quality Radiation
Oncology services to all the patients we serve at the Big Horn Basin Regional
Cancer Center for the foreseeable future.
Under the terms of the agreement, the Radiation Oncology Services will
become a department of West Park Hospital. The employees of the Radiation
Oncology Services will remain employees of St. Vincent Healthcare employees,
while patient billing and other day to day operations will be managed
by West Park Hospital.
Jennifer Ball will serve as the Director over the Cancer Center. She will
continue to oversee Medical Oncology and Infusion and will now oversee
the Radiation and Oncology Service Line.
St. Vincent Healthcare has been and continues to remain committed to working
with West Park Hospital to ensure the services provided at the Big Horn
Basin Regional Cancer Center meets the healthcare needs of the patients
served in Northern Wyoming. This joint venture with St. Vincent Healthcare
meets our West Park Hospital mission by continuing to “provide extraordinary
healthcare to those we serve by people who care”.
“West Park Hospital has achieved significant growth in services we
provide to the residents of the Big Horn Basin and this collaborative
partnership with St. Vincent Healthcare will allow us to work together
to provide a higher level of care and services at the Big Horn Basin Regional
Cancer Center,” says Doug McMillan, CEO of West Park Hospital. The
Radiation Oncology Joint Venture assists us in achieving our vision which
is “West Park Hospital will be the first choice for those who aspire
to heal, be healed, and lead healthier lives.” This vision is also
our goal for the Big Horn Basin Regional Cancer Center.”
“Our mission focuses on improving the health of the people and communities
we serve,” says Steve Loveless, CEO of St. Vincent Healthcare. “Our
agreement with West Park Hospital allows us to ensure those living in
the Big Horn Basin to get the care they need as close to their homes as
For assistance with this story, please contact Ashley Trudo at West Park
Hospital at firstname.lastname@example.org or (307) 578-2522.
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