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Community Benefits

community benefits report

Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) member hospitals continue to enhance access to healthcare services for their communities and support other community initiatives including health screenings, support groups, community education sessions, community leadership activities, financial grants and assistance to maintain and improve the health of each hospital’s local community. During 2021, YNHHS member hospitals managed $772.7 million in financial and 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.

Connecticut’s leading healthcare system, consisting of Bridgeport, Greenwich, Lawrence + Memorial, Yale New Haven and Westerly hospitals, and Northeast Medical Group, a physician foundation of primary care and medical specialists. It’s this distinction that makes us different. 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. Every year, we promote health and wellness through an array of community-based programs and services. It’s part of our mission to create healthier communities – because we’re part of the community too.

In 2021, we provided $772.7 million in financial and in-kind contributions. The dollars represent an investment in our local communities. More importantly, these tremendous activities impacted the lives of 992,082 people. But just how many is 992,082? That many people, standing shoulder to shoulder, would extend over 200 miles from Boston to New York City.

 

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Community Benefit Report Summary

Guaranteeing Access to Care

YNHHS provided free or discounted healthcare services to 102,154 eligible people at a loss of $225.2 million, plus under-reimbursed services for 745,120 Medicaid beneficiaries at a loss of $396.1 million. YNHHS also guarantees access to care by subsidizing clinical programs at a loss of $13.6 million.

Advancing Careers in Health Care

YNHHS provided $109.9 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

YNHHS provided $17.2 million to local health education programs, support groups, health fairs and various community organizations that help make Connecticut a healthier place to live and work.

Building Stronger Neighborhoods

YNHHS provided $5.3 million 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

YNHHS provided $5.5 million in funds and in-kind services to not-for-profit organizations unaffiliated with the hospital.