About Us CoxHealth is the region's only locally owned, not-for-profit health systemCoxHealth is the area leader in health care and community involvement, with six hospitals, more than 80 clinics, five ERs and nearly 12,000 employees throughout southwest Missouri. We offer a wide range of treatments and services to help with whatever health needs you might have. Whether you're about to become a parent, have an illness or need medical information, we’re here for you. And if your goal is to live a healthy, balanced life with the best tools available, we can help with that, too. We know that your health and the health of your loved ones are some of the most personal, important parts of your life. That's why we keep our Mission, Vision and Values at the center of everything we do, every day. Thank you for choosing CoxHealth.MissionTo improve the health of the communities we serve through quality health care, education and research.VisionTo be the best for those who need us.ValuesSafety, compassion, respect and integrity. Our History From a frame duplex in 1906 to the six-hospital system of today, we celebrate our rich and interesting history. Our Board of Directors Our board of business leaders, community leaders and physicians guides CoxHealth now, and works to prepare the organization for the future. Accreditation & Awards Recognition from national agencies and local organizations for our quality and safety, educational concerns and business achievements. Compliance & Ethics Our Corporate Integrity department oversees our compliance and ethics programs, guiding our decisions and ensuring compliance with all regulations. Community Sponsorships We're proud to sponsor events that fit our mission and are designed to benefit the community. Learn about our policies and guidelines, and apply. Health Fair Requests As the Springfield area's largest locally owned health system, we participate in health fairs across the region. If you'd like CoxHealth to participate in your event, complete this application. CoxHealth Accountable Care Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) are groups of doctors, hospitals and other health care providers that join together to provide coordinated care to patients. This coordinated care helps patients, especially those who are chronically ill or hospitalized, get the right care at the right time.