Community Involvement

In 1650, a small group of women went into their neighborhood to build relationships with the community, understand their needs, and, together with their neighbors, find solutions. These pioneers were the Sisters of St. Joseph—founders and leaders who guided St. Joseph Health and its ministries. Nearly 400 years later, that passion and tradition continues through our Community Benefit Program.

Each year, St. Jude Medical Center invests time and resources into local communities to increase access to healthcare for vulnerable populations and provide local residents with the support they need to make their neighborhoods healthier and safer.

Through the development and implementation of the key strategic elements of Community Health, Healthy Communities and Advocacy, we work to generate positive health outcomes, foster relationships and cooperation, and empower individuals to care for themselves and others.

For more information, please call (714) 992-3996.

Your feedback is important to us. Please comment on our FY17 CHNA and FY18-FY20 Community Benefit Plan/ Implementation Strategy Report by emailing barry.ross@stjoe.org.

FY18-20 Community Benefit Plan/Implementation Strategy and 2017 Community Health Needs Assessment Reports

FY15-17 Community Benefit Plan/Implementation Strategy and 2014 Community Health Needs Assessment Reports

FY12-14 Community Benefit Plan/Implementation Strategy and 2010 Community Health Needs Assessment Reports

Health Services for the Underserved

  • Charity Care
  • Affiliation With St. Jude. Neighborhood Health Centers
  • Super Surgery Saturday
  • Indigent Patient Discharge Needs
  • Services for Low-Income Frail Elderly

Healthy Communities Move More, Eat Healthy Initiative

Behavioral Health Initiative

  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program
  • Community Care Navigation

Infant and Child Health Initiative

  • Increasing Immunization Rates
  • Childhood Obesity Prevention

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