About Jefferson Health System (JHS)
In 1995, Thomas Jefferson University and the Main Line Health System signed an agreement establishing a new, nonprofit corporate entity known as the Jefferson Health System (JHS). The agreement brought together Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Main Line Health under one corporate parent. Magee Rehabilitation Hospital is the other JHS member. JHS does not provide any care directly nor does it control the delivery of patient care. All patient care is provided by the members of JHS.
The members of JHS are:
Magee Rehabilitation Hospital is located in Center City Philadelphia. Magee's outpatient therapy network includes locations in Center City (Magee at Watermark), Yardley (Magee at Yardley), and in South Philadelphia (Magee Riverfront).
Main Line Health serves portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs. MLH includes Bryn Mawr Hospital, Lankenau Hospital, Paoli Hospital and Riddle Memorial Hospital, Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital, the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, Main Line Clinical Laboratories, Main Line HealthCare (a physician network), the Wayne Center, a skilled nursing facility, Mid County Senior Services, and other related subsidiaries.
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital System operates Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and its Methodist Hospital Division, and the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience as well as several physician practices and radiation oncology satellites and a large multispecialty ambulatory site in Voorhees, NJ.
JHS Amended and Restated Bylaws, effective June 9, 2010 (PDF)
Thomas Jefferson University is the primary academic affiliate of the Jefferson Health System.
Aria Health is an independent healthcare system with three hospital campuses in the Frankford and Torresdale sections of Philadelphia as well as Bucks County. Aria Health also operate three ambulatory care sites and several primary care satellites and specialty practices. JHS provides certain administrative functions for Aria Health.