Just as a person's vital signs can provide crucial information about health and well-being, statistics about Fremont Health indicate the vital role we play in the community.
Financial and Organizational Information for Fremont Health, Fiscal Year 2016
Activity Indicators (FY ending June 30, 2016)
|Emergency service visits || |
|Surgery procedures || |
|Births || |
|Home care visits || |
|Medical rehabilitation visits (Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapy) || |
|Radiation treatments || |
|Laboratory tests || |
Imaging procedures (MRI, CT, Mammography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Routine X-rays, PET Scans)
|Meals served || |
Laundry - Pounds
| Employees || |
Traditional Charity Care
(healthcare services offered free of charge or on a discounted fee
schedule to individuals who meet pre-determined financial criteria)
| Unpaid Costs of Public Programs |
(Medicare and Medicaid shortfalls, which are deficits created when
Fremont Health Medical Center receives payments that are less than the
cost of care for public program beneficiaries)*
| Subsidized Health Services |
(subsidized health services generate little or no income and most
likely would not exist if not provided by hospitals; includes behavioral services)*
One of the most significant community benefits contributed by Fremont Health is uncompensated healthcare - healthcare services provided to the uninsured and underinsured.
Fremont Health Medical Center is a nonprofit healthcare facility that receives no tax support or financing assistance.
*FY2015; FY2016 data not yet available.