Giving Back

Investing in Our Communities

We embrace our calling to extend Jesus’ healing ministry through compassion and service. In the communities served by Bon Secours Mercy Health, we extend almost $2 million each day in care and programs to individuals and in support of entire communities.

In 2017, Bon Secours Mercy Health provided more than $632 million back to our communities in benefits including charity care, community impact and benefits to the poor and underserved.

2017 Community Benefit

St. Petersburg, Florida — $200 K

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Economic development
  • Population health
  • Urban agriculture

Community Commitment

Ashland, Kentucky — $22.1 M

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Obesity
  • Substance abuse
  • Access to care
  • Poverty

Community Health Needs Assessment

Irvine and Paducah, Kentucky — $22 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Substance abuse
  • Cancer treatment
  • Mental health
  • Prescription assisstance

Community Health Needs Assessment

Baltimore, Maryland — $2.8 M

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Healthy people
  • Healthy economy
  • Healthy environment

Community Health Needs Assessment

Charity, New York — $6.9 M

Community health initiatives focus on two priority areas:

  • Reduce obesity in children and adults
  • Increase access to high-quality chronic disease preventive care and management in clinical and community settings

Cincinnati, Ohio — $96.6 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Access to care
  • Substance abuse
  • Mental health
  • Infant mortality

Community Health Needs Assessment

Lima, Ohio — $44.1 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Obesity
  • Mental health and substance abuse
  • Cancer
  • Maternal, fetal and infant health
  • Access to care

Community Health Needs Assessment

Lorain, Ohio — $24.5 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Obesity
  • Access to care
  • Substance abuse
  • Preventive health care
  • Maternal and child health
  • Mental health

Community Health Needs Assessment

Springfield, Ohio — $17.8 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Healthy living
  • Chronic disease
  • Mental health
  • Substance abuse
  • Healthy births and early childhood wellness

Community Health Needs Assessment

Toledo, Ohio — $111.4 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Healthy weight
  • Chronic disease
  • Mental health
  • Substance abuse
  • Infant mortality
  • School readiness

Community Health Needs Assessment

Youngstown, Ohio — $66.6 M

Community benefit focuses on the following priority areas:

  • Cancer
  • Substance abuse
  • Diabetes
  • Infant mortality and premature births

Community Health Needs Assessment

Greenville, South Carolina — $27.3 M

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Improving access to health care
  • Growing healthy relationships
  • Teaching our community
  • Sharing our gifts

Community Health Needs Assessment

Hampton Roads, Virginia — $72.5 M

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Homelessness
  • Mental health
  • Crime
  • Access to health services

Community Health Needs Assessment

Richmond, Virginia — $117.5 M

Community health initiatives focus on the following priority areas:

  • Access to care for the uninsured with chronic disease
  • Mental health
  • Transportation
  • Education

Community Health Needs Assessment