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Community Benefits Reporting at Southcoast Health

From doctors to nurses to staff, we at Southcoast Health are committed to improving the health of you and your family. That’s why we encourage our employees to spend time in community outreach in Fall River, New Bedford, Wareham, MA and nearby areas.

Southcoast employees can report on any activity, whether during work hours or when volunteering for a community organization, that supports Southcoast’s Community Benefits goals and initiatives.

These include:

  • Reducing high rates of youth risk behaviors, such as teen pregnancy and youth violence
  • Reducing high rates of cardiovascular and other chronic diseases, such as diabetes and asthma
  • Improving access to health care for uninsured or underinsured families
  • Expanding cancer screenings and education
  • Addressing health disparities among certain racial, ethnic and demographic groups
  • Advocacy, development and support of programs that address making changes in our communities that promote health. Examples include volunteer work to create local biking and walking trails, improve nutrition in our schools, reduce the smoking rate, create more healthy recreation options for youth, and make our communities safer.

We love to hear about the work our employees do inside and outside of the hospital or practice to support this mission. If you have any questions about our community benefits reporting form, please contact Rachel Davis, Community Benefits Manager, at (508)­ 973-­5273 or davisra@southcoast.org.

To submit your work, please fill out our community benefits reporting form.

Southcoast Community Benefits Reporting Form

Note: This page is intended for Southcoast employees only. Please report on any activity — during your work hours or as a volunteer for community organizations — that support Southcoast's Community Benefits goals and initiatives.
    Check all that apply.
  • Describe the activity you are reporting
  • Describe what the activity or program you are reporting hopes to achieve
  • How many people attended, how many materials were distributed, etc.