Barnes-Jewish Hospital invests millions of dollars and many volunteer hours in the St. Louis community each year, and the impact can be seen in the thousands of people whose lives are better today as a result. Because 2010 data is not finalized for the IRS until later in the year, this report is highlighting data from 2009.

Charity Care
Charity Care at Cost $20.7 million
Unreimbursed Medicaid at Cost $47.6 million
Education and Research
Educating Health Professionals
$78 million
Medical Research $11.8 million
Safety Net Services
Subsidized Services
$7.4 million
Community Donations
$3 million
Community Health Programs $4.9 million
Total* $173.4 million
*From 2009 Barnes-Jewish Hospital community benefit inventory of social accountability (CBISA)

2009 community health improvement programs included:

  • 32,628 community flu shots
  • 3,499 free health screenings
  • 14,271 attendees at health fairs
  • 130,689 attendees at community education lectures and events
Other funding includes support for programs such as:
  • The Teen Pregnancy Center
  • The Aware program for domestic abuse
  • The Center for Diversity and Cultural Competence
  • Counseling for victims of violence
  • Medications for patients in need
  • Art therapy programs/Arts + Healthcare
  • Support groups
  • Trauma prevention programs

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