Why Participate?

We’re on an extraordinary journey to create a strategic plan (2019 - 2026) that clearly sets out what PHC will look like in the future. To get it right, we need everyone's voice at the table.

Some ideas to think about:

  • We know we are top-of-class in many areas – how can we stay global leaders in these areas? And how can we bring world-class to all areas of our organization?
  • We know we do things a bit differently around here, but what makes us irreplaceable? Unique? How do we capture those characteristics so we keep what’s good and still evolve and change for the better?

Each of you has a unique perspective of the healthcare system and experience at — or with — PHC. We need to use that knowledge and experience to plan our future in a way you feel is right.

With all of our current projects happening – e.g., new St. Paul's, CST, residential redevelopment – we know our staff has been consulted and surveyed a lot. So you're probably wondering how this engagement process for a new strategic plan is any different, or if it actually is any different.

We have done a lot of upfront research to analyze and review past reports and consultations that so that we're not re-asking the same questions. Rather, we've brought these insights together, across the different projects and initiatives and surveys, to create a common understanding of what we already know, and where we need to dig deeper. This will allow us to jump right in and make the very most of the time you have to give to this process. Check out the 1-minute, and 10-minute versions of this analysis!

Thanks for being part of the journey -- here's to planning Providence 2026, together.



We’re on an extraordinary journey to create a strategic plan (2019 - 2026) that clearly sets out what PHC will look like in the future. To get it right, we need everyone's voice at the table.

Some ideas to think about:

  • We know we are top-of-class in many areas – how can we stay global leaders in these areas? And how can we bring world-class to all areas of our organization?
  • We know we do things a bit differently around here, but what makes us irreplaceable? Unique? How do we capture those characteristics so we keep what’s good and still evolve and change for the better?

Each of you has a unique perspective of the healthcare system and experience at — or with — PHC. We need to use that knowledge and experience to plan our future in a way you feel is right.

With all of our current projects happening – e.g., new St. Paul's, CST, residential redevelopment – we know our staff has been consulted and surveyed a lot. So you're probably wondering how this engagement process for a new strategic plan is any different, or if it actually is any different.

We have done a lot of upfront research to analyze and review past reports and consultations that so that we're not re-asking the same questions. Rather, we've brought these insights together, across the different projects and initiatives and surveys, to create a common understanding of what we already know, and where we need to dig deeper. This will allow us to jump right in and make the very most of the time you have to give to this process. Check out the 1-minute, and 10-minute versions of this analysis!

Thanks for being part of the journey -- here's to planning Providence 2026, together.