SCL Health System Welcomes 230 Associates to Broomfield Office
May 16, 2012
State-of-the-Art Patient Billing Services for $2.7 Billion Hospital Network Comes to Broomfield
May 15, 2012 – SCL Health System, a faith-based, not-for-profit health care organization, today officially welcomed 230 associates (employees) to a new 44,000-square-foot patient billing services center in Broomfield.
State-of-the-art patient billing services managed at the Broomfield center include patient registration, charge capture, coding, patient billing, collection, financial counseling and customer service. The office serves SCL Health System locations in four states (Colorado, California, Kansas and Montana).
"In addition to the more than 8,000 associates currently employed by SCL Health System in Colorado, we will continue to grow and create full-time, permanent jobs in the Denver metro region to provide our patients with quality, consistent services that support our commitment to person-centered care," said SCL Health System President/CEO Michael A. Slubowski.
The City and County of Broomfield provided SCL Health System approximately $594,000 in economic incentives in recognition for the high number of well-paid, professional jobs coming to the community.
"We're delighted as SCL Health System celebrates the move of this large group of associates to our community," said Broomfield Mayor Pat Quinn. "That number of positions is expected to double over the next three to four years, and these quality jobs will benefit local businesses and bring even more economic growth to Broomfield."
The SCL Health System billing services center is located on the Oracle Campus, near Highway 36 and Wadsworth Boulevard. More than 300 SCL Health System and hospital associates attended today's open house event.
About SCL Health System
SCL Health System is a faith-based, not-for-profit health care organization that operates 11 hospitals, four safety net clinics, one children's mental health treatment center and more than 100 ambulatory service centers in four states – California, Colorado, Kansas and Montana. Based in Denver, the $2.7 billion health network is dedicated to improving the health of the communities and individuals it serves, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. On an annual basis, SCL Health System regularly provides more than $200 million in community benefit, including services for the poor, health screenings, educational programs, community donations and research. SCL Health System was founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, who opened their first hospital in 1864. In 2011, the sisters transferred sponsorship of SCL Health System to Leaven Ministries. To learn more about the health system, visit www.sclhealthsystem.org.