Lake Regional Annual Report
Each year, Lake Regional Health System publishes "Currents: A Report to the Community." The current annual report covers fiscal year (FY) 2016, which began May 2015 and ended April 2016. According to the report, Lake Regional contributed more than $23.7 million to the community, including uncompensated care and free medical services. The total also includes $10 million for the unpaid cost of treating Medicare patients. With more than 1,000 employees, Lake Regional Health System is one of the area's largest employers. During FY 2016, LRHS payroll totaled more than $68.9 million, and the system paid more than $4.5 million in payroll and unemployment taxes and real estate taxes. Click here to view "Currents: A Report to the Community."
Quality Care: 2017 Community Report
This report takes an in-depth look at how well Lake Regional is meeting various quality standards. It describes innovative solutions we implemented to achieve our goals and details the reasons our health system has earned multiple state and national awards for quality care. Click here to view Quality Care: 2017 Community Report.
Cancer Center Annual Report 2016
This report examines the impact Lake Regional Cancer Center is having on the health of lake-area residents. From prevention and early detection to treatment and survivorship, Lake Regional Cancer Center offers a wide range of cancer care services to treat the whole person—not just the disease. Click here to view the 2016 Cancer Center Annual Report.
Community Health Needs Assessment
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 requires health care organizations to assess the health needs of their communities and adopt implementation strategies to address identified needs. The following reports summarize the data collected during Lake Regional Health System's 2015 and 2012 community health needs assessments. These assessments serve as the basis for prioritizing the community's health needs and as a resource for planning to meet those needs.