“I Care” Values reflect mission of Langdon Prairie Health

Living the Mission

“I Care” Values reflect mission of Langdon Prairie Health


An organization’s culture is a set of shared values, goals, attitudes, and practices that guide all team members. The Langdon Prairie Health team worked to redefine our culture in 2017 by creating a “Living the Mission” initiative. Together, we established our mission, vision, and values for all staff to work by. No person is to be treated differently based on title, position, or community ties.

At Langdon Prairie Health, each team member is vital not only to the success of our organization, but also to upholding our mission, vision, and values while providing care for our patients and community.

Our mission:

Standing proudly on the traditions and perseverance of our many hospital founders, LPH is dedicated to excel at providing high-quality, compassionate, healthcare to all that we serve.

Our vision:

We will provide healthcare that exceeds our customers’ expectations through excellence in stewardship and associate satisfaction.

Our values:

Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence – I CARE

So, what do the I CARE values mean to our community and patients?

Integrity: We weave what’s right into all we do. We focus on ethical, honest, respectful interactions.

Compassion: We focus on our patients first. We understand the value and fragility of trust. We appreciate one another and enjoy our work together.

Accountability: We take responsibility for our actions and deliver what we promise. We always look for ways to improve our services and care.

Respect: We deeply admire the qualities and skills that each of us offer to our organization. We demonstrate this in all our actions.

Excellence:  For us, good is not good enough. We consistently surpass ordinary standards in delivering exceptional service, clinical quality, access, and care.

Every day, we strive to achieve these values. We are offering new services to our patients and expanding our existing services to offer greater availability to our community. These things not only ensure the future of LPH but offer greater opportunities for growth in our team that desire new and exciting challenges at work while enhancing their skill sets.

John F. Kennedy once stated, “There are risks and costs to action, but they are far less than the long-range risks of comfortable inaction.”

We know that there are challenges, but we also know our team is dedicated to excelling at providing high-quality, compassionate, healthcare to all that we serve, exactly as our mission states.

Our patients deserve the highest quality that we can obtain, and we know each of our team members is dedicated to achieving our mission, vision, and values. I am excited about our future and proud to be a member of the LPH team.

Your partner in health,

Jeff Stanley, CEO