Baptist Health Floyd’s Impact on Our Community: A 2009 Community Benefit Summary

Each year, Baptist Health Floyd invests millions of dollars in the health and wellness of our community. The Hospital offers community members the security and peace of mind that a dedicated comprehensive healthcare system is easily accessible and always available to care for the needs of all populations, regardless of a person’s ability to pay. Floyd Memorial is a major contributor to the economic growth, development and health of our community, ensuring a secure today and a promising tomorrow.

Floyd Memorial Foundation Community Giving Statistics

$75,000 – Funds donated to the Floyd County Family Health Center
$20,833 – Funds donated to the Floyd County Maternal/Child Health Center
$32,500 – Healthcare career scholarship funds donated
$208,500 – Funds donated to the Healthier Community Initiative

Local Jobs

1,882 – Number of associates working for Floyd Memorial
$92,364,000 – Wages and benefits paid to associates
439 – Number of physicians on medical staff

Floyd Memorial Auxiliary & Volunteer Services Community Giving Statistics

245 – Number of adult and junior volunteers serving Floyd Memorial
37,677 – Number of hours of service donated by volunteers in 2009
$565,165 – Dollar equivalent of volunteer hours donated
$60,000 – Total funds donated by the Auxiliary in 2009
$25,000 – Parking lot shuttle service donation
$5,530 – Funds donated to purchase bereavement memory boxes
$5,000 – Wheelchairs donated to patient registration area
$2,700 – Donation to Floyd Memorial Foundation’s annual Golf Classic
$2,500 – Funds donated to purchase comfort care pillows for post-surgical patients
$2,370 – Funds donated to Floyd Memorial Green Team to purchase recycling containers for the Hospital and off-site locations
$1,000 – Funds donated for cab and bus fare for indigent patients
$800 – Funds donated to purchase a children’s toy cart for the Emergency Center
$500 – Funds donated for Hospital Week activities for associates

Services Rendered at Floyd Memorial

219 – Licensed patient beds
13,771 – Inpatient discharges
289,944 – Outpatient visits
13,252 – Surgical procedures
42,276 – Emergency Center visits
50,369 – Floyd Memorial Medical Group Visits
28,686 – Urgent Care visits
20,983 – Home Health visits
1,087 – Births

Patient Origin Statistics

Floyd Memorial Healthier Community Initiative (HCI)

The Healthier Community Initiative and all its activities are wholly funded and made possible by the generous support of the Floyd Memorial Foundation.

$208,500 – Dollars donated to HCI by the Floyd Memorial Foundation
115 – Number of community outreach events such as health fairs, screenings, etc.
7,000 – Total number of community members served
11,675 – Number of free health-related screenings performed
74% – Percentage of abnormal blood pressure screening results
36% – Percentage of abnormal cholesterol screening results
23% – Percentage of abnormal blood sugar screening results
59% – Percentage of abnormal Hemoglobin A1C results
860 – Number of men receiving free prostate cancer screenings
800 – Number of Floyd County middle school students oriented to health care careers at the annual Health Career Academy
14 – Number of Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) donated to the NAFC PoliceDepartment.
$5,000 – Dollars donated to purchase AEDs for the NAFC School Corporation

Capital Investments

Baptist Health Floyd is a public not-for-profit healthcare system, meaning that we re-invest all earnings into healthcare technology, improvements, education and care in our community. Capital investments include all investments in renovation and technology at Baptist Health Floyd and its outlying facilities.

Operating Expenses and Sources of Revenue

Uncompensated/Charity Care

Floyd Memorial provides care to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay for the services they receive. Uncompensated/charity care includes all services rendered to patients unable to pay.