Javon Bea’s results have been phenomenal. In 1989, Mercy was a $33 million hospital with no full-time partner physicians. Today its 385 W2 physician partners are responsible for about $370 million of the system’s $1 billion in revenues. Mercy currently serves over one million patients per year, and provides over $36 million in free services and uncompensated care to the communities it serves. Since 1989, total patient visits have increased tenfold, employees/partners have grown by more than 700 percent, and revenues have increased 3,000 percent.