Mission: Undertake and assist in the identification, cultivation, encouragement and solicitation of all types of gifts and the management of trust and endowment funds for the benefit of inova loudoun hospital
Programs: Loudoun healthcare foundation (also doing business as inova loudoun hospital foundation (ilhf)), provides philanthropic support to inova loudoun hospital. Loudoun healthcare foundation is part of the inova health system whose mission is to serve the community as a not-for-profit organization through the provision of a full spectrum of high quality and accessible healthcare services. Inova loudoun hospital's mission is to provide personalized, high quality acute care hospital services and appropriate hospital based services to meet the community healthcare needs for the residents of loudoun county, virginia, and neighboring communities. In keeping with inova's community service mission, inova and its affiliates provide a wide range of programs and services which directly benefit the community they serve. These include:providing the highest quality medical care to all members of the community, regardless of their financial resources. Providing free and below cost health services to meet the identified needs of targeted community groups, such as the indigent and elderly; victims of cancer, heart disease, and stroke; persons affected by substance abuse; hiv-positive individuals; and others. Providing uncompensated care in accordance with inova policies which ensure access to medically necessary care for all individuals. Charity care is defined as free or discounted healthcare services provided to persons who cannot afford to pay. Providing health education and a variety of other services to the community. Training health professionals. Philanthropy is critical to inova's mission. A broad range of philanthropy helps inova stay on the forefront of medical advances, develop new programs to meet changing needs and provide affordable healthcare to all who need it. The loudoun healthcare foundation works with donors who support the purchase of equipment, improvements in patient care programs and education for nurses and clinical staff, as well as, providing funds for new facilities and capital improvements. The total amount of support provided to the community and hospital programs in 2016 was $2. 3 million.