|Charity Care and Means-Tested Programs
|Charity care at cost
- other means-tested government programs
|Total Charity Care and Means-Tested Programs
|Community health improvement services and community benefit operations
|Health professions education
|Subsidized health services
|Cash and in-kind contributions to community groups
|Total Other Benefits
In our daily lives, each of us reveals who we are by what we do. Our actions, even more than our words, show those around us what we believe in, what we value and who we are at our very core. The same is true of organizations, and it’s certainly true of Hartford Hospital. Everything we do, whether it’s in a patient’s hospital room or in the barbershops, community centers and church halls of Hartford, reflects this hospital’s core values: Integrity, Safety, Caring and Excellence.
In this report you’ll read about some of the ways we live out our values in the community of which we have been an integral part— for more than 150 years. With those values in mind, we reach out to do what is right; to protect people from illness, injury or detrimental environments; to provide the care even the most vulnerable among us deserve; and to offer the very best of ourselves in everything we do.
Just as our values are woven into our work in the community, our involvement in the community is woven into our identity as a hospital. Contributing to the health and well-being of our neighbors isn’t just something we do; it’s who we are. Hartford Hospital and its efforts to benefit the community are as inextricably linked today as they have been since the community created this hospital in 1854.
In 2013 Hartford Hospital invested over $118 million in community benefit activities. We are proud of that figure, of course, but more than that, we are gratified to have had the opportunity again to make tangible, positive differences in the lives of thousands of our neighbors.
EVP and COO,
VP of Government & Community
Alliances, Hartford Hospital