Mission: Community hospital shall create and foster an environment in which qualified practitioners, other healthcare personnel and volunteers can work together to provide healthcare services for the residents of tallassee and surrounding areas. In addition, community hospital must expand its area of responsibility to the provision of health care other than acute care - such as ambulatory, in-home, and long term care. Community hospital realizes, that in order to fulfill its commitment to the comprehensive health care needs of the local service population, it needs to develop administrative and financial strategies that will fit with the changing health care environment incorporating the philosophy of continuous quality improvement.
Programs: Inpatient services totaling $15,482,301 in gross revenue, representing 1,346 admissions and 5,813 patient days. Patient days can be broken down by payer as follows: - medicare and medicare hmo's - 69% - medicaid - 11% - uninsured - 7% - commercial insurance - 13%
outpatient services totaling $23,087,962 in gross revenue including the following statistics: - surgical procedures - 1,999 - emergency room visits - 10,979 - radiology, ct, mri, and mammograms - 12,128
geriatric psychiatric services totaling $2,413,100 in gross revenue, representing 195 admissions and 2,414 patient days. Patient days can be broken down by payer as follows: - medicare and medicare hmo's - 90% - medicaid - 3% - uninsured - 1% - commercial - 6%
community service programs including wellness programs, community education programs, health fairs, special programs for the elderly, handicapped, medically underserved, and a variety of broad community support activities.