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Community Benefits

Annual Community Benefits Report

Good Samaritan At A Glance

Our Staff

Employees: 1,872

  • Registered Nurses: 546
  • Nursing Support Staff: 411

Admissions

  • Emergency Room: 34,090
  • Inpatient: 6,799
  • Outpatient: 565,136

Our Services Area

  • 240,701 residents in our 11 county service area
  • Indiana Counties: Knox, Daviess, Pike, Gibson, Sullivan, Greene and Martin
  • Illinois Counties: Lawrence, Richland, Crawford, and Wabash

Impact on Health

  • Laboratory Tests & Procedures: 565,875
  • Physical Medicine Treatments: 38,370
  • Babies Delivered: 390
  • Rehabilitation Admissions: 492
  • Screening Mammograms: 5,836
  • Lung Cancer Screenings: 185
  • Respiratory Tests / Procedures: 110,768
  • Neurodiagnostic Exams: 2,928
  • Dayson Heart Center Tests / Procedures: 44,259
  • Trauma Activations: 748
  • Number of Surgeries Performed (Both Inpatient and Ambulatory): 5,819
  • Patients Seen at Convenient Care Clinic: 10,184
  • Endoscopy Procedures: 3,957
  • Sports Performance Treatments: 3,247

Investment In Our Communities

  • Annual Payroll: $103,191,327
  • Cost Per Day to Operate: $652,996
  • Scholarships Awarded: $24,500
  • Donations to Charitable Organizations: $54,127
  • Local Goods Purchased: $10,050,404 (This number includes goods and services within our 11-county service area, excluding banks.)
  • United Way Donations: $69,109.86
  • Property Taxes Paid to Knox County: $30,830
  • Knox County Option Income Tax Paid By Employees: $807,090
  • Cost to Provide Charity Care: $4,073,168

Community Impact

Total number of FREE health screenings provided by Community Health Services in 2019: 25,187

  • 47% of the 5,308 free blood screens were abnormal
  • 36% of the 1,379 free total cholesterol screens were abnormal
  • 37% of the 1,268 free blood glucose screens were abnormal
  • 24% of the 188 free HGB/A1C (hemoglobin tests for diabetes patients) screenings were abnormal
  • 1% of the 1,263 free Glomerular Filtrations Rate (kidney function) screenings were abnormal
  • 20% of the 58 free PAD (peripheral arterial disease) screenings were abnormal

For the full 2019 Community Benefits Report, click here.