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Community reports showcase our commitment to children and families
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is dedicated to pediatric caregiving, advocacy, research and education. We are proud of the work we do to improve the lives children and families and are pleased to report on our success.
We support the community through numerous programs and services that improve the health of children and strengthen families.
Community Benefits Report
- Traditional charity care - $646,239
- Unpaid cost of Medicaid - $68,733,912
- Community health improvement services - $8,511,985
- Health professions education - $12,772,943
- Subsidized health services - $8,894,542
- Research - $7,942,174
- Financial aid and in-kind contributions - $538,363
- Community building activities - $180,049
In 2016, Children’s invested more than $108 million in community programs and services with the long-term goal of keeping all children healthy, happy and safe. This includes providing more than $68.7 million in uncompensated care.
- See our 2016 community benefits report
- Child advocacy center at Sojourner Family Peace Center brings hope to a Milwaukee father
- Children benefit from collaborative mental health services teams in schools
- Children's Hospital helps kids to breathe easy and stay in school
- Fox Valley N.E.W. Mental Health Connection improves mental health access in our communities
- Weight of the Fox Valley brings community together to improve health and nutrition
Community Health Needs Assessments
We focus many of our resources on improving the health outcomes of the children in greatest need in the areas served by our hospitals in Milwaukee and Neenah. These reports outline the needs of these communities and how we are addressing them.
Community Services Reports
Our Community Services programs impact thousands of children in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin each year. We are pleased to share information about the clients served through our programs and our financials.
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