Mission: Wholeness in body, mind, and spirit is basic to fulfillment of human potential. Reid hospital & health care services ("reid hospital") and its people work with others to enhance wholeness for all those we serve. This mission is carried out by serving the people of a multi-county service area in reference to their current and future needs for health care services. Our major functions are to: 1. ) provide a broadly defined range of health care services that: a. ) address community and service area needs, b. ) can be offered in a high quality manner, and c. ) provide cost-effective value; 2. ) support, alone or collaboratively, educational efforts directed toward: a. ) entry level preparation of health care workers, b. ) life-long learning for those serving in health care, and c. ) enhance healthy lifestyles and choices in the people we serve; and 3. ) initiate, participate, or cooperatively support community efforts that enhance the general health status, well-being and total quality of life in o
Programs: The mission of reid hospital is to serve the people of a multi-county service area in reference to their current and future needs for health care services. In furtherance of this mission, reid hospital provides quality healthcare regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, age, or ability to pay. During 2014, reid hospital admitted approximately 11,500 patients for in-patient services representing 54,700 patient days; 656 births representing 1,900 newborn patient days and performed approximately 2,084 in-patient surgeries. In addition, reid hospital received over 311,000 out-patient encounters for non-emergency diagnostic and treatment services including 10,203 ambulatory surgeries and 11,300 home health encounters. Reid hospital offers emergency services 24 hours per day, 365 days each year. In 2014, over 49,577 patients were treated through emergency services. In keeping with reid hospital's commitment to serve all members of our multi-county service area, reid hospital provides healthcare to the elderly and disabled covered under medicare and medicaid programs at or below cost. In addition, reid hospital has established a financial assistance policy for the poor who do not have the means to pay for services. For 2014, the total value of uncompensated care at cost for the elderly and disabled was $21. 9 million and financial assistance for the poor was $9. 3 million. To ensure members of our service community have adequate access and resources available to meet their healthcare needs, reid hospital has undertaken a deliberate physician recruitment program consistent with irs guidance. This program provides assurance that our service community has adequate and qualified physician resources covering a variety of specialty areas. The cost of funding this recruitment effort was $517,306 for 2014. In addition, reid hospital is committed to initiating, participating in, or cooperatively supporting community efforts that enhance the general health status, well-being and total quality of life in our service community.