Our community impact

We exist to give people a healthier tomorrow.

We complement our mission statement with a statement of purpose: We exist to give people a healthier tomorrow. Our purpose reflects our core beliefs: We believe in always doing what is right for the patient. We believe excellent people make excellence happen. We believe healthcare should always move forward. We believe in taking care of others while being there for each other.


In 2018 HealthONE oversaw:

84,701

admissions

12,564

births

354,203

outpatient visits

608,926

physician services group clinic visits

25,249

inpatient surgeries

75,657

outpatient surgeries


Community benefit

11,000+

employed in 2018

956M

in total payroll and benefits

141.5M

in state, local and federal taxes paid

210M

invested in equipment and capital construction

Taxes Paid

141.5M

Uncompensated Care

70M

Community Health Improvements

7.7M

Community Building Activities

3.3M

Health Professional Education

2.1M

Cash and In-Kind Contributions

1.6M

Research Investment

1.1M


We believe in taking care of others while being there for each other.

Many of our colleagues live and work in the same communities and neighborhoods as our patients. We want the same things that our communities want: Healthier communities that lead to healthier tomorrows.


Hope fund

Our colleagues' first goal is to take care of our patients. HealthONE is also a family of co-workers, and so we take care of each other. The HCA Healthcare Hope Fund was formed more than a decade ago in the wake of devastating hurricanes so that colleagues around the country who are in need --and those who want to help --have a single, reliable source to give and receive assistance. Our HealthONE community awarded 58 Hope Fund grants to colleagues in 2018, for a total of $157,900. These grants were funded by contributions made by colleagues. Our well-named Hope Fund offers just that--hope. Its support helps colleagues who have suffered everything from home loss due to hurricane, tornado or fire to those dealing with unexpected catastrophic illness or accident. The fund also steps up to aid colleagues who are dealing with domestic violence, death of a loved one or other special situations. Since its inception, it has helped more than 22,000 families through contributions of more than $50 million in support to HCA Healthcare families.


Community partners