Missouri Hospital Association
Since its creation in 1922, MHA has grown from 50 to more than 140 member hospitals. As a nonprofit membership association, MHA represents every acute care hospital in the state, as well as most of the federal and state hospitals and rehabilitation and psychiatric care facilities.
Dedicated to sustaining an environment that helps hospitals serve their communities…
MHA advocates for policies that improve health and health care in the state, and provides data, decision-support tools and operational resources to help hospitals and health systems deliver care. Just as our member hospitals have broadened their scope to embrace the continuum of health care services, MHA also has expanded its services to members’ needs and expectations throughout its history.
In addition to representation and advocacy on behalf of its members, the association seeks to educate its members, the public and the media, as well as legislative representatives, about health care issues.
To create an environment that enables member hospitals and health care systems to improve the health of their patients and communities.
Hospitals and health care systems that fulfill their missions, improve the health of their communities and are valued throughout Missouri and the nation.
The Missouri Hospital Association is committed to exceptional individual and organizational performance.
The Missouri Hospital Association respects the knowledge, commitment and diversity of its employees.
The Missouri Hospital Association respects the unique qualities of its members, their employees and the communities they serve.
The Missouri Hospital Association strives to understand its members’ needs and to exceed their expectations.
The Missouri Hospital Association honors the trust of its members and provides wise stewardship of their resources.
MHA’s 2020 Report of Accomplishments
Never has it been clearer that we rely on one another — hospitals and MHA, and hospitals together in efforts to safeguard the health and well-being of the communities we serve. As always, our strength is our ability to collaborate. Together, we are stronger than we are individually. And together, we will meet 2021 with the confidence that what we’ve learned and accomplished this year will cement our value among policy leaders and patients as pillars of strong, healthy communities.