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As in past years, Glendale Memorial Hospital awards grants to organizations partnering together to respond to needs identified in our most recent Community Health Needs Assessment – including obesity, mental health, diabetes, alcohol and substance abuse, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and cholesterol.
The four accountable care communities awarded grants are:
“Our Dignity Health Community Grants Program seeks to partner with other community organizations whose efforts embody Dignity Health’s five core values: Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence,” explains Rev. Cassie McCarty, Director of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care Services for Glendale Memorial Hospital. “We are so impressed by the accomplishments of our community agency neighbors, and we are honored to support their efforts. Our community partnerships strengthen our Dignity Health mission to improve the quality of life.”
The Community Grants Program is funded by contributions from Dignity Health member hospitals and supports Glendale Memorial Hospital in its mission to provide compassionate, highquality and affordable health services.
On January 28, Glendale Memorial Hospital will invite the partnering agencies to accept their grant award at a luncheon hosted to celebrate their efforts. The luncheon will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the John Stauffer Auditorium on our hospital campus.
Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center is a 334bed acute care community hospital. For more than 85 years, our physicians, nurses and staff have committed to serving the healthcare needs of our community. For more information, call us 818.502BEST (2378). Glendale Memorial is also on Facebook. Glendale Memorial Hospital is located at1420 S. Central Avenue in Glendale.
Read more about our Community Grants Program.
Christina Zicklin, Southern California External Communications Director