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Community Benefits

Greenwich Hospital Community Benefits Report 2017

Every year, as part of our vital mission to promote health and wellness throughout the Greenwich area, Greenwich Hospital (GH), sponsors, develops and participates in a wide variety of community-based programs and services. During 2017, GH managed $46.9 million in financial aid in-kind contributions through five wide-ranging programs: Guaranteeing Access to Care; Advancing Careers in Health Care; Promoting Health & Wellness; Building Stronger Neighborhoods; and Creating Healthier Communities. We are proud to summarize those efforts in the annual Community Benefits Report.

The core of our healthcare services is the hospital itself. For nearly 115 years, GH has served the medical needs of the community and trained thousands of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. Today, as a member of Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) — which also includes Yale New Haven Hospital, Bridgeport Hospital, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital and Westerly Hospital — GH is a distinguished institution whose 1,891 employees are dedicated to the healthcare needs of our community.

Community Benefits Report Summary

Guaranteeing Access to Care

Greenwich Hospital provided free or discounted healthcare services to 7,571 eligible people at a loss of $26.8 million, plus under-reimbursed services for 27,347 Medicaid beneficiaries at a loss of $13.3 million. Greenwich Hospital also guarantees access to care by subsidizing clinical programs at a loss of $2.2 million.

Advancing Careers in Health Care

Greenwich Hospital provided $3.6 million to a variety of healthcare education programs that train individuals to become medical professionals, from physicians and nurses to pharmacists and dietitians.

Promoting Health & Wellness

Greenwich Hospital provided nearly $500,000 to local health education programs, support groups, health fairs and various community organizations that help make the Greenwich community a healthier place to live and work.

Building Stronger Neighborhoods

Greenwich Hospital provided over $300,000 in financial and in-kind donations to support affordable housing programs, child care, job training, economic development and other essential services.

Creating a Healthier Community

Greenwich Hospital provided nearly $155,000 in funds and in-kind services to dozens of not-for-profit organizations unaffiliated with the hospital.