2015 Report to the Community
This Report to the Community highlights some of the important work we're doing to improve the health of the patients and members we serve throughout Sandoval County. Although it is a snapshot of our work in 2015, it also serves as a roadmap of the innovations and investments we are making that will have long-lasting impact for our community.
View 2015 Report to the Community
Below are some of our accomplishments and contributions to our community in 2015:
- Opened a second inpatient tower, providing more inpatient beds, inpatient rehabiliation services, and space for the Ted and Margaret Jorgensen Cancer Center
- Provided nearly $4.6 million in charity care and $5 million in uncollectable debt
- Employed more than 700 people at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center and more than 930 throughout the county (including nearly 800 full-time equivalent employees)
- Supported community health initiatives, including mobile farmers’ markets, a walking trail program in Cuba, cooking classes for people with diabetes, a backpack food program at a local elementary school, blood drives and A Park Above