The Christ Hospital Health Network Acquires Leader in Integrative Medicine
Partnership with Alliance Integrative Medicine Expands Network in Growing Fields of Functional and Integrative Medicine
CINCINNATI (JUNE 9, 2022) – The Christ Hospital Health Network has acquired Alliance Integrative Medicine (AIM), a prominent integrative medicine practice led by renowned physicians Steve and Sandi Amoils, MDs. These expanded services will allow the network to meet patients in every point of their journey, from proactive health and wellness to acute care.AIM examines why symptoms manifest and looks to identify the root cause behind them. Many patients use AIM as a complement to traditional care. Doctors Steve and Sandi Amoils are conventional medical providers who spent years traveling the world to train in integrative and holistic techniques that achieve results.
“AIM has created a progressive approach to healing and wellbeing,” said Debbie Hayes, President and CEO of The Christ Hospital Health Network. “There is an ever-increasing request by our patients for proactive wellness resources and alternative treatment therapies. As a healthcare system, we are evolving to provide those resources so that patients have many options on how they choose to approach managing their health.”
Alliance Integrative Medicine combines conventional healthcare, functional medicine and alternate therapies such as acupuncture, chiropractic care, and medical massage to combat common issues such as stress, pain, chronic fatigue, allergies and digestive disorders. Today, the team includes six physicians, four chiropractors, two dietitians, a health coach, massage therapists and other providers.
“We are thrilled to join the Christ Hospital Health Network, the top healthcare provider in the region. Their mission to improve the health of the community completely aligns with ours and now we can do that together, with continuity of care through holistic offerings from prevention to acute care- to meet every kind of patient preference and need,” said Steve Amoils, MD. “By providing more choices, we can better serve those looking to improve their overall health and wellbeing.”
Alliance Integrative Medicine will remain in their Kenwood location at 6400 E. Galbraith Road with plans to also deploy providers to The Christ Hospital Ambulatory Centers within a year.
For appointments or to learn more about AIM and integrative medicine, please visit their website here.
You can also visit The Christ Hospital Health Network’s page here.
About The Christ Hospital Health Network
The Christ Hospital Health Network is an acute care hospital locate in Mt. Auburn with a remote hospital location in Liberty Township, five ambulatory outpatient centers and dozens of offices conveniently located throughout the region. More than 1,300 talented physicians and more than 6,000 dedicated team members support the Network. Its mission is to improve the health of the community and to create patient value by providing exceptional outcomes and the finest experiences, all in an affordable way. The Network has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as the #1 hospital in the Cincinnati Region and awarded Healthgrades “America’s 50 Best Hospitals” for being in the top 1% in the nation for providing the highest clinical quality year over year. It is also a Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award recipient, which recognizes top-performing healthcare organizations that achieve the 95th percentile or above of performance in patient experience. The Christ Hospital is among a select number of hospitals in the nation to be awarded Magnet® recognition for nursing excellence. For more than 130 years, The Christ Hospital has provided compassionate care to those it serves.
About Alliance Integrative Medicine
Alliance Integrative Medicine (AIM) has been empowering patients to transform their health since 1999. Located in Kenwood, OH, the practice consists of highly trained integrative medical providers trained in acupuncture and functional medicine, chiropractors, medical massage therapists as well as dieticians, health coaches and energy healers. AIM has been acknowledged since 2004 as one of the leading clinical centers in integrative medicine in the U.S and is one of 14 centers in the country with an accredited physician fellowship training program integrative medicine. AIM participates in national research on integrative medicine and is known for its non-opiate approach to pain, as well as excellent results in a host of different diseases. AIM is the only practice in the region to offer a unique technique to naturally treat allergies. Most importantly, AIM is unique in guiding its patients back to a state of wellbeing. The practice is led by Drs. Steve and Sandi Amoils, world-renown thought leaders in integrative medicine practice and education, and authors of Get Well and Stay Well – Optimal Health through Transformational Medicine®.