CHC History

In 1996, Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) was established by a group of not-for-profit and community-operated healthcare systems with the intention of preserving the not-for-profit status of community-based hospitals. Driven by the passion they shared, this group of organizations formed CHC to sustain community hospitals well into the future.

Since its inception, CHC remains a not-for-profit company whose sole mission is to help hospitals remain community-operated and governed. CHC owns, manages and consults with hospitals across the United States.

Based in Plano, Texas, our organization provides community hospitals with the resources and experience they need to improve the quality of treatment outcomes, patient satisfaction and financial performance.

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Across the Years

Founding Member Organizations

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All Saints Health System


Arlington Medical Center


Baptist Health System, San Antonio


Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas


Baylor Health Care System


Covenant Health System


Hillcrest Health System


Kings Daughters Hospital


Memorial Hermann Healthcare System


Richardson Regional Medical Center


Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics


United Regional Health Care System


Valley Baptist Health System, Harlingen