Community Health Needs Assessment Reports
The Cleveland Clinic health system completed community health needs assessments (CHNAs) for each hospital facility. The goal of these assessments is to identify and evaluate health-related needs in the communities Cleveland Clinic hospitals serve and to use this information to fulfill our mission. The accompanying Implementation Strategy Reports (ISRs) outline the hospitals’ strategies to address identified community health needs. All reports have been formally approved and adopted as required by IRS regulations.
We invite you to view the reports for our community hospitals below:
- Weston Hospital
- Indian River Hospital
- Martin North Hospital
- Martin South Hospital
- Traditional Hospital
For more information on Cleveland Clinic Health Needs Assessments, please contact email@example.com.
The community benefit Cleveland Clinic provides is wide-reaching, from making healthcare available for the neediest among us to educating the next generation of healthcare professionals and funding medical research that leads to advanced treatments and cures.
Cleveland Clinic: A Vital Economic Force
Economic Impact Report
This report shows that by fulfilling its mission, Cleveland Clinic also serves as a powerful economic engine in the communities it serves. Cleveland Clinic, directly and indirectly, generated $4.12 billion of economic activity in Florida through its ongoing operations and construction activities. This includes 25,347 jobs and $1.66 billion in wages and benefits.