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Status of Saint Louise Regional Hospital Community Benefit Programs as of May 31, 2015

St. Louise Regional


Hospital
Community Benefit
Program Costs
Breastfeeding Support
Health Benefits Resource
Center

FY 2015
Estimate

FY 2014

FY2013

FY2012

FY 2011

FY2010

Still
Operating?

55,664
295,463

56,407
425,215

44,053
493,777

41,581
248,409

29,466
195,342

28,926
52,906

Yes
Yes

Meals on Wheels: Cost #


Com Ben #

42,749
8,517

$46,895
9,353

41,854
9,975

38,566
10,458

45,881
8,652

40,783
3,018

Physician Recruitment
Director of Community
Health
Nursing Professional
Education
Health Professional
Education
Promotora Coordinator
Diabetes Education
(Spanish)
Rotacare Lab tests

298,716
108,722

370,650
113,189

637,074
119,741

470,274
115,552

471,882
132,562

412,524
115,914

Health Trust
Will close
6/30/2015
Yes
Yes

24,320

50,240

69,520

73,348

Yes

32,563

21,938

29,722

120,192

Yes

33,703

24,441

41,581

0
Included
in Charity
Care

21,233

91,375

28,926

No

External Funding
Source (if any)

Dept merged into Pt.


Welcome & Support
Services 8/30/15

Previously funded

Yes

* If closure of program is planned but not implemented yet, please note when it will be closed and estimated costs from May 31, 2015 until its
closure.
** If program has external funding, please provide all grant contracts and documentation.

Status of Saint Louise Regional Hospital Community Benefit Programs as of May 31, 2015

Breastfeeding Support Groups: includes practices that are proven to promote, protect, and support breastfeeding.
Health Benefits Resource Center: A one-stop venue providing enrollment assistance, information and referrals for uninsured lowincome residents, helping families gain access to public and private health insurance, social services and nutrition programs. It also
educates residents about the Covered California program.
Meals on Wheels: In coordination with the Health Trust, provides meals for the homeless.
Physician Recruitment: Because St. Louise is in a health professional shortage area, the costs of recruiting physicians is considered a
community benefit.
Director of Community Health: This person is responsible for community outreach, training providers, coordinating and reporting of
all programs to the state and to the IRS.
Nursing Professional Education: Provides nursing experience for groups of student nurses.
Health Professional Education: Provides preceptorship for x-ray technicians
Promotora Coordinator and Diabetes Education: This person reaches out to the Latino community to determine their health needs
and provide referrals. Because of the high number of diabetics among the Latino population the position changed to primarily
Diabetes Education.
Rotacare Lab tests: The Rotary Club maintains a clinic for the uninsured. St. Louise provides lab tests for its patients.