Care. For one another. 

 

Here, care means something more than just care. It’s about looking at our community as an extension of ourselves, and treating it as such. It’s what makes our region of the country different: Truly caring for one another. So it’s no surprise that this region’s health system is made up of the same mentality. Altru exists to care for the health of this community, but that means a lot more than health care.

The Future of Local Healthcare

As a regional-owned health system, Altru has provided outstanding healthcare for over 130 years. As we plan for the next 130 years our commitment is to provide world-class care to our communities now and for generations to come.

Altru has resumed our new hospital project with construction beginning fall 2021 and plans to complete the project in 2024. The new hospital is an investment in our community’s healthcare and is an important component of Altru’s commitment as the region’s health system. It provides opportunities for more advanced care for our patients and a modern working environment for our teams.

The growth Altru is planning in 2021 and beyond means our patients can remain close to home for world-class care. That’s Altru’s vision and one we look forward to upholding as our region’s health system.