Centura Health is a non-profit, faith-based health care system based in Englewood, Colorado which was formed in 1996 as a joint operating agreement between Catholic Health Initiatives and Adventist Health System. The system expanded its operations into Kansas in 2011. The Centura Health network, Colorados largest, employs more than 17,100 people and 6,000 physician partners across Colorado and western Kansas and includes hospitals, clinics, urgent cares, physician practices and other health care facilities. Centura Health had a net operating revenue of $2.6B in their last fiscal year. Centura Healths facilities and services include Avista Adventist Hospital, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital, Centura Health at Home, Centura Regional Float Pool, Centura Senior Living and Long-Term Care, Flight For Life Colorado, Littleton Adventist Hospital, Mercy Regional Medical Center, OrthoColorado Hospital, Parker Adventist Hospital, Penrose-St. Francis Health Services (Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center), Porter Adventist Hospital, St. Anthony Hospital, St. Anthony Mountain Clinics, St. Anthony North Hospital, St. Anthony North Medical Pavilion, Summit Medical Center, St. Catherine Hospital, St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center, St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center and St. Thomas More Hospital. Since 2009, Centura Health has evolved its "2020 Strategic Plan" to help improve the affordability, quality, consistency and availability of health care throughout the region. Centuras Connected Care telehealth initiative has successfully linked Coloradans in rural areas to urban physicians using audio, video and other state-of-the-art medical technologies. In 2013 Centura Health announced its "Colorado Health Neighborhoods" initiative, designed to bring the various facets of medical care - emergency room, inpatient beds, outpatient center and primary doctors - into a single location.