Community Benefit

Hospitals and health systems and their teams have been on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years. Hospitals and health care workers have stood strong for their communities, and they have a vital role in our society to keep communities healthy.
Penn State Health employees, College of Medicine faculty, staff and students show their support for organ donation on National Donate Life Blue & Green Day Friday by wearing blue and green.
Mayo Clinic’s Gaming and Esports Medicine Clinic focuses on medical issues that impact professional and hobbyist video gamers, which largely come from repetition and overuse.
Seniors living in the Sioux Falls, S.D., area will soon have access to a first-of-its-kind community for older adults, following a significant investment by Sanford Health.
The loss of a baby during pregnancy or delivery or within the first months after birth is its own kind of grief. Through its Community Wellness Program, Penn Medicine Princeton Health offers a space and opportunity for families to come together in a moving and dignified ceremony to share their…
Patients over a vast swatch of western states who need level II trauma center services have a great new option that will significantly reduce the need to transfer to another facility.
The latest iteration of the Lown Institute’s report on hospital community benefits suffers from the same biases, flaws and shortcomings as its previous reports, writes AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack.
America’s hospitals and health systems have proven their dedication to caring for their patients and communities time and again, particularly during the challenging circumstances in recent years. Though the Lown Institute’s so-called “Fair Share” report highlights the important contributions of…
Caitlin Ingebritson is one of many who have had a glowing experience as an intern with M Health Fairview. Project SEARCH interns complete three 10-week rotations in various departments at the hospital, including security, environmental services, nutrition services, supply chain, facilities and…
In early 2025, the last county in Wyoming without a hospital will lose that unwanted status when a new $73.8 million critical access hospital in Pinedale, dubbed Sublette County Health, is scheduled for completion in March.