Community BenefitsDedicated to Helping People
St. Elizabeth Healthcare has invested in our community for generations. St. Elizabeth believes that reaching out to help the underprivileged and improving the overall health of the community is the foundation of its mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to our neighborhood and our families. It is because of this belief that the Community Benefit Program helps others have access to St. Elizabeth’s resources and services. It is St. Elizabeth’s intention to always balance financial viability with compassionate care, staying true to its non-profit roots.
St. Elizabeth is sponsored by the Diocese of Covington and provided more than $121 million in uncompensated care and benefit to the community in 2013.
For more information on our 2013 Community Benefits please click here.
Report to the Community
Your Story is Our Story . . .
New Report Details St. Elizabeth’s Role in Local Community
We, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare, thrive on the rich and varied stories of all those whose lives we touch every day. And, we believe that sharing these stories unites us all and ultimately helps build a stronger, healthier community.
That’s why we’re introducing our first Report to the Community – a publication
brimming with many of the moving and sometimes nearly miraculous stories of the people we serve and the professionals who work here and support our mission. Through their stories, we tell the rich and varied tale of our organization and our community as both have grown over the last 150 years.
Please click here to access the report.
Community Health Needs Assessment & Implementation Plan
An assessment is conducted every three years to better understand the overarching needs of the communities we support. Following the assessment, we prioritize those needs and develop a plan to help meet the most pressing needs of the community. Below documents the process, findings, and implementation plan.
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