At Mercy Gilbert, we fulfill our mission by investing in community outreach and educational programs; participating in advocacy efforts; and establishing partnerships in the community to improve health.
Our programs include outreach events, children's and adult immunization clinics, children's hearing and vision screenings, oral health education and services, safety education, prenatal classes, care to the underserved and underinsured, and support groups of all kinds. Additional information about these programs are available in our classes and events section.
At Dignity Health, a key part of our mission is supporting the health of our communities in meaningful, measurable ways. It is also part of our mandate as a non-profit healthcare provider under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. That is why each and every one of our hospitals goes to great lengths to study and ascertain the most pressing health needs of the communities they serve. This process and its conclusions are described in a document called the Community Health Needs Assessment, which is updated every three years.
Based on the findings of the Community Health Needs Assessment, each hospital develops an Implementation Strategy to address significant identified health needs.
It is also important to report on the progress of our activities and to update our plans each year. To that purpose, each hospital produces an annual Community Benefit Report and Plan.
Mercy Gilbert Medical Center proudly makes all three of these reports available to the public.
Community Health Needs Assessment
2019 Needs Assessment
2016 Needs Assessment
Community Health Implementation Strategy
2019 Implementation Strategy
2016 Implementation Strategy
Annual Community Benefit Report and Plan
2020 Community Benefit Report
To request more information about these reports, or to provide written comments, please e-mail [email protected].