The Board of Directors is made up of medical and business professionals, almost all of whom reside in the hospital's primary service area. These volunteers
give countless hours of service to the hospital in their oversight role. They are involved in the community needs assessment process, in fundraising, and in
Medical staff privileges are offered to all qualified physicians in the community.
The hospital utilizes surplus funds to maintain access to patient services and to expand access points of care to patients throughout the community including, but
not limited to, the following: 1) educational programs that provide classes and information on tobacco cessation, healthy aging, childbirth, infant care, early
pregnancy and more; 2) free blood pressure and diabetes screening, and mammograms to qualifying individuals, free or low-cost screenings for breast, prostate, skin a
nd colorectal cancers as well as osteoporosis assessments; 3) expansion of the emergency department to accommodate increase in emergency department patients; 4)
funding to a newly established nonprofit organization which will operate and manage health and wellness centers that will provide access to medical care and
preventative health education to a historically underserved and low-income community.