The year just ended was one of investment and revitalization at our Pipeline Health hospitals. Making sure the communities served are aware of that good news is the purpose of the 2021 Community Impact Reports published this week.
Each report highlights – in just a few pages – the key accomplishments of each hospital in the last year, from investments in surgical robots to community events to provide mammograms free of charge. Facility renovation and expansion, recruitment of new physician experts, and efforts to vaccinate individuals against COVID-19 also are highlighted.
“We have reason to be proud of the efforts under way to enhance care to the communities around our hospitals, and the 2021 Community Impact Reports are a vehicle for sharing these accomplishments,” said Jane Brust, Pipeline’s vice president of marketing and communications.
“It’s important to note that the significant revitalization efforts occurred at our hospitals at the same time our staff and physicians faced daunting challenges from the ongoing pandemic and continued providing quality patient care.”
Three reports – one each for Weiss Memorial Hospital, West Suburban Medical Center and White Rock Medical Center – are posted on each hospital’s website with an accompanying news article. The reports also are being emailed this week to each hospital’s list of community leaders and elected officials.
A fourth report – for the four hospitals in Pipeline’s Los Angeles market – is in production for distribution in the weeks ahead.
March 1, 2022