Mission: The mission of the finley hospital is to improve the health of the people and communities of the tri-state area.
Programs: Health-care servicesthe finley hospital is an important element of the health-care delivery system that the iowa, illinois and wisconsin tri-state area communities rely on every day. It is committed to providing quality health-care and to using its resources to the greatest community benefit. The finley hospital provides inpatient and outpatient medical services to treat individuals with diseases, illness and injuries with varying complexities. It provides services to improve the health of patients and to better their quality of life. All services are provided regardless of an individual's race, creed, sex, nationality, handicap, age or ability to compensate for services rendered. These include, but are not limited to, general acute care, surgeries, home health, intensive care and critical care, mental health care, cardiology, oncology, rehabilitation, behavioral disorder programs, maternal/child care, laboratory, palliative care, pharmaceutical drugs, emergency services, outpatient clinics, check-ups and radiology. Some of the services provided do not generate enough income to offset their cost. In the fiscal period ended december 31, 2014, the finley hospital discharged 4,714 patients resulting in a total of 20,821 patient days. Outpatient visits totaled 86,137 and total outpatient surgery registrations for the same period were 5,081. There were also 24,367 emergency room visits and 733 babies delivered.
community benefits, including charity carecharity care and means-tested programs: the finley hospital provides charity care and other means-tested programs with the goal to improve the community's overall health and access to care. This includes health-care services regardless of the patient's insurance coverage or financial status. Charity care and partial to full financial assistance is provided to patients on a case-by-case basis. Charity care was made available at a cost of $651,187 in 2014. It is more common for finley hospital to receive payments from payors or patients that are less than it charges for services. The finley hospital participates in medicaid and other government-sponsored health-care programs. The finley hospital's net cost of providing care for which it receives payment below its cost is $2,723,927 for 2014. Total charity care and means-tested programs reported value: $3,375,114. Other benefits: the finley hospital provides several other benefits that assist the community. Programs include, but are not limited to, community health improvement services and community benefit operations such as prevention and health screenings; health professional's education; subsidized health services; research, and cash and in-kind contributions to community groups. The finley hospital collaborates with other hospitals, churches, schools, chambers of commerce and daycare centers to improve community health and expand access to health care. The finley hospital has dedicated staff to assist community benefit efforts. Total other benefits reported value: $3,025,306.