Providence Senior and Community Services

 Community Benefit Report 

Senior & Community Services Communit Benefit Report


Providence Senior & Community Services is pleased to offer a full range of services to people of all ages, especially those facing chronic or life-limiting illnesses. In 2011, we provided $345,000 in free and discounted care to our patients in need, as part of our total community benefit of more than $7.9 million. We are honored by the fact on a daily basis over 15,200 people across three states entrust us with their well-being and care.

We invite you to view our online report to learn about our programs and watch a video highlighting the many ways patients and their families benefit from our hospice care.

2011 Total Community Benefit
2011 Total Community Benefit

* Negative or reduced Unfunded Portion of Government-Sponsored Medical Care in 2011 reflects  a reduction in accounting reserve adjustments of $563,000 for Hospice of Seattle and $105,000 for Sound Homecare and Hospice as part of a resolution of Medicaid claims and a required inclusion to the community benefit amount but is not a true reflection of actual program operating results.  Excluding these adjustments, the true Unfunded Portion of Government-Sponsored Medical Care in 2011 is $236,000 and ($169,000) for Sound and Snohomish, respectively.
Tax Status Benefit

To learn more about how Providence Health & Services has provided community benefit throughout the Western U.S., please visit our System Office Community Benefit Report.