Our responsibility to our communities goes beyond providing quality healthcare. We are significant taxpayers, employers, philanthropists and leaders. Social responsibility is rooted in our mission and reflected in our thoughtful and deliberate determination to always do the right thing for the communities we serve.

 

Our Facilities

Our facilities are making a positive impact on the health and well-being of their communities through a number of volunteer efforts, event sponsorships and financial contributions to local charitable organizations. As philanthropic leaders, they help ensure that our communities are places where everyone has the opportunity to healthily live, work, play and grow.

Our companywide Community Benefit Report summarizes the broad scope of our civic leadership and reviews the collective economic impact we have on our communities nationwide. Download this year's report, or visit our hospital websites to see their local reports.

LifePoint Health Community Benefit Report

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Our Health Support Center

Our Health Support Center is located just south of Nashville, Tennessee, the healthcare capital of the country. We recognize and uphold our responsibility as a community leader in Middle Tennessee and have a Social Responsibility Committee that guides the company's charitable giving and economic development efforts, reviews requests for local financial or in-kind support and continuously evaluates the effectiveness of our social responsibility program in supporting our mission.

LifePoint Disaster Response Fund

The LifePoint Disaster Response Fund provides necessary funding to aid in disaster recovery efforts across the globe. From support for Haiti after a devastating 2010 earthquake to relief in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in 2017, the LifePoint Disaster Response Fund helps restore hope in the face of great loss and provides a helping hand along the road to recovery.

LifePoint Health social responsibility committee