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Community Benefits

community benefits report

Every year, as part of our vital mission to promote health and wellness throughout the Greenwich area, Greenwich Hospital sponsors, develops and participates in a wide variety of community-based programs and services. During 2021, Greenwich Hospital managed $55.6 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 Benefit Report.

Today’s health care opens to a world of possibilities. Our vision is to bring all that health care offers to our communities, building a brighter, healthier future for everyone. For over 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, Westerly Hospital and Northeast Medical Group — GH is a distinguished institution whose 1,863 employees are dedicated to the health and wellbeing needs of our community.

Community Benefit Report Summary

Guaranteeing Access to Care

Greenwich Hospital provided $49.9 million to guarantee access to care including free or discounted healthcare services to 15,401 eligible people at a loss of $27.5 million, plus under-reimbursed services for 36,376 Medicaid beneficiaries at a loss of $20.3 million. Greenwich Hospital also guarantees access to care by subsidizing clinical programs at a loss of $2.1 million.

Advancing Careers in Health Care

Greenwich Hospital provided $4.1 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

GH provided nearly $580,000 to local health education programs, support groups, health fairs and various community organizations that help make Greater Greenwich a healthier place to live and work.

Building Stronger Neighborhoods

GH provided over $925,000 in financial and in-kind donations to address or support social determinants of health including food security, job training, affordable housing programs, economic development and/or other essential services.

Creating a Healthier Community

GH provided nearly $90,000 in funds and in-kind services to not-for-profit organizations unaffiliated with the hospital.