Community Involvement

Hancock Regional Hospital has a rich history of philanthropy and community support. What started as the dream of one woman to make quality health care available within her community, resulted in the donation of land on which the hospital was built. Our hospital is interwoven with Hancock County. From birthing classes to support groups, contributing to the United Way or a local food pantry, participating in Backpack Attack or Day of Caring, we are always there to help.

Community Benefit Report:

Our Community Benefit Report highlights some of our charitable giving that we believe is simply part of being a good neighbor. It also details some of our accomplishments over the last year, the issues on which we are focusing, and the lives we have touched. We look forward to another 60 years of service.

Click to view our 2014 HRH Community Benefits Report - Final.

Community Health Care Needs:

The best way for Hancock Regional Hospital to serve our community is to understand its specific health issues. We conducted a research study that assessed the health needs of Hancock County residents. According to that research, the top concerns for those living in this region are:

  • Obesity
  • Wellness/Emotional Health
  • Under/Uninsured families
  • Smoking

In response, we have assembled a task force to ensure that our programs and services are meaningfully and successfully meeting these needs.

Click to view our 2014 Community Health Needs Assessment.

Caring Community Partners (CCP):

CCP was created as a response to our values, community and culture. The idea is now integrated into our hospital; growing to more than 80 persons involved in the program.

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