Every year, Santiam Hospital is committed to giving back to those people, programs and partners that serve our communities.
Our community benefits program includes four types of care: Financial assistance, community education, direct charity care, and programs and partnerships that support community members in need.
COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENTS (CHNAS) AND COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLANS (CHIPS)
Santiam Hospital works at leaving a lasting impression in our area as a nonprofit health system. From leading efforts to meet the community’s health needs to being involved in countless other ways, we are a crucial part for the wellbeing of the community.
Santiam Hospital identifies the health needs in the area through a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). We discover other's health needs by working in partnership with our community to create a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). Our CHIPs shape our priorities and funding investments. We are committed to addressing health needs through our community benefit efforts.
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Our goal is to start a conversation so that you can:
Have your voice heard at Santiam Hospital
Give quick feedback
Have a say about new ideas for the community
Easily share your opinions about Santiam Hospital services
Listen to what you have to say
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2019 Community Benefits Data
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Charity Care at Cost
Medicaid/Managed Medicaid Plans
Medicare/Managed Medicare Plans
Other public programs
Community Health Improvement Services
Cash and In-Kind Contributions to Other Community Groups
Community Building Activities
Community Benefit Operations
Past Community Health Assessment Reports
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Santiam Hospital is a not-for-profit, 40 bed acute-care hospital located in Stayton, Oregon, which is a short 12-mile drive east of Salem, and serves more than 30,000 people annually from the communities of Stayton, Sublimity, Aumsville, Mill City, Jefferson, and the surrounding areas.
1401 North 10th Ave.
Stayton, OR 97383