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As a mission-based organization, Mercy Health has a long-standing commitment to caring for the poor and underserved. In difficult economic times, the working poor in our communities often go without healthcare or parents sacrifice for children and small problems can turn into major medical issues. That’s when we’re there to help.

Through our integrated system of care, including hospitals, outpatient clinics, medical centers, urgent care facilities and social service agency, Mercy Health’s contributions in charity care reached $86.2 million in 2011. In addition, our health education, screenings and other outreach programs touched close to 325,000 people who may have otherwise been unable to access much needed care.

To encourage job growth and healthy communities economically, Mercy Health also has a strong commitment to supplier diversity. By contracting with local small, minority and women-owned businesses in our communities, we give new opportunities to companies that can continue to grow and prosper, bringing strength and stability to our neighborhoods. This initiative also brings valuable diverse perspectives to our operations and is more reflective of the populations we serve.

View the Mercy Health Foundation 2012 Annual Report here.

Mercy Health, in conjunction with our parent company, has served the needs of our communities for more than 150 years. Mercy Health devotes significant time and attention to researching and planning ways to address each community's most-pressing needs. One element of this process is a periodic, comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for each Mercy Health facility. The most-recent assessments are being conducted by teams exploring quantitative and qualitative data that help guide community benefit and strategic planning.

Through our CHNAs, Mercy Health is identifying the greatest health needs among each of our hospital's communities, enabling Mercy Health to ensure our resources are appropriately directed toward outreach, prevention, education and wellness opportunities where the greatest impact can be realized. Please find below links to Mercy Health's five hospital sites' CHNA reports.

Mercy Health - Anderson Hospital
Mercy Health - Clermont Hospital
Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital
The Jewish Hospital - Mercy Health
Mercy Health - West Hospital


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