For Community

Community Benefit

Queen of the Valley believes strongly in its legal and ethical commitment to provide the highest level of health care for those ignored or misrepresented by society at large.

Queen of the Valley's Community Outreach Programs and Initiatives are based on findings from comprehensive research and Community Health Access Assessments, conducted every three years by the our medical center to identify community needs, develop service strategies, and form partnerships to address key concerns.

Through the development and implementation of these key programs and initiatives, Community Outreach helps generate improved mental, physical and spiritual health. We use feedback from our health care professionals, patients and community to create programs and a line of services that engender cooperation and empower the individual.

These community benefit programs and activities are carefully monitored to document and measure progress and this information is reported annually through the medical center's Community Benefit Report.

The Queen's Community Benefit Program follows the "Advancing the State of the Art in Community Benefit" (ASACB) principles:

  • Emphasis on Disproportionate Unmet Health-related Needs (DUHN)
  • Emphasis on Primary Prevention
  • Build Seamless Continuum of Care
  • Build Community Capacity
  • Emphasis on Collaborative Governance

Feedback:

Your feedback is important to us. Please comment on our FY17 CHNA and FY18-FY20 CB Plan/ Implementation Strategy Reports by emailing Dana.Codron@stjoe.org.


Reports & Community Health Needs Assessments

COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENTS

COMMUNITY BENEFIT PLAN/IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY REPORTS

COMMUNITY BENEFIT REPORTS

2016 SJH COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS ANNUAL REPORT

We are excited to share with you the 2016 SJH Community Partnerships Annual Report: Serving the Dear Neighbor, A Legacy of Caring. This report describes some of the many ways St. Joseph Health seeks to improve the wellbeing of our communities, not only through care for the poor and traditional charity care, but through grant initiatives from the SJH Community Partnerships Fund that support nonprofit organizations working for the common good. 2016 also marks the 30th anniversary of the Community Partnerships Fund, which has provided more than $216.5 million in grant funding since its inception in 1986.

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