LifePoint Health Hospitals Reflect on Community Impact in 2020

LifePoint Health Hospitals Reflect on Community Impact in 2020

62 providers added in specialties such as obstetrics and gynecology
$3.7 million in capital improvements, including an energy management program whichresulted in more efficient LED lighting and an endoscopy expansion that added a second endoscopy suite to the facility
Donation of over $7.6 million in healthcare services to those in need
Over $35 million distributed in salaries, wages and benefits for its nearly 520 employees
Paid $3,737,061 in local and state taxes Georgetown Community Hospital Bourbon Community Hospital

Clark Regional Medical Center Below are the statistics from each hospital’s community benefit report for 2020:

74 providers added in specialties such as interventional cardiology, pulmonology, podiatry and neurology
$4.9 million in capital improvements, including an interventional cardiology expansion and cath lab, endobronchial ultrasound equipment and new COVID-19 treatment equipment and supplies
Donation of over $15.5 million in healthcare services to those in need
Over $40 million distributed in salaries, wages and benefits for its nearly 600 employees
Paid $4,826,157 in local and state taxes “Our mission of Making Communities Healthier has always been central to the role we play in Central Kentucky,” says Matt Smith, chief executive officer of Clark Regional Medical Center. “But as the COVID-19 pandemic began to impact our region, our mission became even more critical. As part of LifePoint Health – a national healthcare network that provided quality care for more than 20,000 COVID-19 patients in 2020, we continued our legacy of quality care to protect and enhance the health of our neighbors. We achieved this due to the hard work and commitment of our wonderful team of providers, employees and volunteers, and the support of those we serve.”

19 providers added in specialties such as heart care, emergency care and anesthesia
$180,000 in capital improvements, including fire panel and security system upgrades
Donation of over $1.5 million in healthcare services to those in need
Over $7 million distributed in salaries, wages and benefits for its nearly 100 employees
Paid $798,034 in local and state taxes

Bluegrass Community Hospital 48 providers added in specialties such as family medicine
$390,000 in capital improvements, including ultrasound, an ERBE electrosurgicalmachine and COVID-19 supplies and treatments
Donation of over $2.8 million in healthcare services to those in need
Over $14 million distributed in salaries, wages and benefits for its nearly 230 employees
Paid $1,523,180 in local and state taxes

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