Community Care Fund

Improving our Community’s Health through Intervention and Prevention

United Regional’s innovative initiative –  to create an environment that reaches beyond the walls of the hospital and clinics, and into the community, providing care and services to some of the most vulnerable populations – has proven to be very successful, serving thousands of local individuals since its inception.

Medication assistance, food security, transportation services, and alignment with appropriate community services have been identified as a starting place to begin to address the social determinants of health.

The Transition Clinic at United Regional

was developed as a primary intervention/prevention service to help with the overall wellness of our community.

The Community Care Fund helps patients at the Transition Clinic with:

Federal regulations prohibit use of hospital funds for the provision of these supplies and services to Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare patients. Therefore, donations made to the Community Care Fund help ensure these supplies and services to ALL patients in need.

The Community Care Fund provides certain, specific supplies and services for patients in order for them to improve their ongoing health and often avoid returning to the hospital.  Transition Clinic patients come from hospital discharges and community health screening services. Donations received through the Community Care Fund help ensure ALL patients get these much needed  – and often life giving – supplies and services.

United Regional is committed to helping our community move toward greater health. We would be honored to have your support. All gifts to the Community Care Fund help individuals in need with few or no other options.