Care. Compassion. Community.
Adventist HealthCare has remained true to our mission and values for more than 100 years. This annual report provides a small snapshot of our latest work in the community.
Serving Our Community
Community benefits are programs and services designed to improve health in communities and increase access to health care. We provided $75M in charity care and community benefit in Maryland during 2014 alone, including:
$22.4M in Charity Care
Charity care is free or discounted health care and health-related services provided to uninsured, low-income patients who are not expected to pay all or part of a bill, or who are able to pay only a portion.
Charity Care by Entity
|Shady Grove Medical Center||$10,238,461|
|Washington Adventist Hospital||$9,217,136|
|Physical Health & Rehabilitation||$2,086,400|
|Behavioral Health & Wellness||$850,928|
$10M in Community Health Services
Community health services include activities carried out to improve community health. They extend beyond patient care activities and are usually subsidized by the health care organization.
Community Health Services by Entity
|Shady Grove Medical Center||$4,293,222|
|Washington Adventist Hospital||$4,564,113|
|Physical Health & Rehabilitation||$575,424|
|Behavioral Health & Wellness||$479,698|
$28M in Community Building Activities
Community-building activities include cash, in-kind donations, and budgeted expenditures for the development of community health programs and partnerships.
Community Building Activities by Entity
|Shady Grove Medical Center||$1,408,414|
|Washington Adventist Hospital||$1,014,280|
|Physical Health & Rehabilitation||$170,972|
|Behavioral Health & Wellness||$205,577|
Meet Our Patients
We’re writing new chapters in the lives of our patients, their families and our community daily. These are just a few of their stories...