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Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital

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12401 Washington Boulevard Whittier CA 90602 USA


Mission: why we are here: we provide high quality healthcare without discrimination, and contribute to the health and well-being of our communities in an ethical, safe, and fiscally prudent manner in recognition of our charitable purpose. Vision: where we want to be: we will achieve excellence in everything we do. Values: our promise: our patients' safety, well-being, and medical condition will be our primary concern at all times. We will consistently demonstrate respect and compassion for the beliefs, situation, and needs of our patients and co-workers. We will strive to anticipate needs and respond in a timely way to meet or exceed the expectations of others. Our attitude and actions will reflect the highest ethical and moral standards. We will work together - within and outside the organization - to solve problems and pursue opportunities in creative ways. We will serve the community wisely through the efficient and prudent use of our financial resources.


Patient care: pih health hospital - whittier provides the high-quality healthcare our communities have come to expect. Founded in 1959 as presbyterian intercommunity hospital, the hospital was built to address the need for care after a post-world war ii population boom. Pih health hospital - whittier provides outstanding and compassionate care to patients, every day. Today, the campus is the area's acknowledged leading healthcare center. The 548-bed, top-notch facility serves nearly 2. 1 million residents in los angeles and orange counties and the san gabriel valley area. The whittier campus is a part of pih health, a comprehensive health system consisting of two hospitals, 22 medical office locations and a host of specialty services including the heart & lung center, critical care services, r. C. Baker foundation emergency center, the ruby l. Golleher comprehensive cancer program, patricia l. Scheifly breast health center, rehabilitation services, hospice and home health services and many more. Patient care in 2013employees. . . . 3,502volunteers. . . . . . . 1,015number of emergency department (ed) visits. . . . 71,547number of births. . . . . . . . 4,033hospital visits (includes outpatient, inpatient, and ed). . . . 187,866medical office visits. . . . 436,748medical staff. . . . . 577

financial assistance and means-tested government programs: financial assistance, also known as charity care, is defined as free or discounted health services provided to individuals who cannot afford to pay and who meet the eligibility criteria of the organization's financial assistance policy. Financial assistance is reported in terms of costs, not charges, and does not include bad debt. Pih health offers a generous financial assistance program, providing charity care to those with family income(s) at or below 400% of federal poverty level guidelines. In providing services to those patients participating in means-tested government health programs, such as medi-cal, pih health realizes a collective net loss each fiscal year due to the shortfall created when the payments received from these programs are less than the cost of caring for public program beneficiaries. This payment shortfall is not the same as a contractual allowance, which is the full difference between charges and payments by government programs. Number of persons served by financial assistance and means-tested government programs: 38,142for additional information, please refer to pih health's community benefit report at pihhealth. Org/cbannualreport

community health improvement services and community benefit operations, health professions education, subsidized health services, research, and cash and in-kind contributions for community benefit are comprised of the following: community health improvement services: defined as community health improvement activities, which extend beyond patient care activities (usually subsidized by the healthcare organization and do not generate patient care bills, although may involve a nominal fee). These programs include: community collaboratives, care force one mobile health services, community education, community information and referral support, enrollment assistance, health and wellness center at whittier first day, light rail transit coalition, preventative health programs and screenings, support groups, and transportation resources. Health professions education: this category includes educational programs for physicians, nurses and other health professionals when education is necessary or required by state law, accrediting body or health profession society. Pih health programs include the family medicine residency program, paramedic base station training and student education (internship, externship, preceptorship and mentoring programs). Subsidized health services: subsidized services are clinical programs, which are provided despite a financial loss so significant that negative margins remain after removing the effects of financial assistance, bad debt and medi-cal shortfalls. Nevertheless, the service is provided because it meets an identified community need and, if no longer offered, would either be unavailable in the area or fall to the responsibility of government or another nonprofit organization to provide. Pih health services provided include diabetes education center, emergency department and specialty services, high-risk infant follow-up clinic, and hospice homes. Research: research that may be reported as community benefit includes clinical and community health research as well as studies on healthcare delivery that are generalizable and shared with the public. Pih health has been offering clinical trials and research studies aimed at improving health and cancer care since 2001. Clinical trials offered include breast, colon, kidney and lung cancers, as well as leukemia. Cash & in-kind contributions: this category includes funds and in-kind services donated by pih health to community organizations or to the community-at-large for a community benefit purpose. These donations include cash donations to community organizations, hours contributed by staff to the community while on pih work time, the cost of meeting space provided to community groups, and the donations of food, equipment, medications, and supplies. Total number of persons served by all categories: 77,370for additional information, please refer to pih health's community benefit report at pihhealth. Org/cbannualreport

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