Facts & Statistics

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 

             16,243

Surgery procedures

3,543

Births  

315

Home care visits 

3,918

Medical rehabilitation visits (Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapy) 

23,510

Radiation treatments  

4,183

Laboratory tests 

246,075

Imaging procedures (MRI, CT, Mammography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Routine X-rays, PET Scans)

45,495

Meals served 

290,833

Laundry - Pounds

728,583

Organizational Facts

 Employees

 909

 Traditional Charity Care
 (healthcare services offered free of charge or on a discounted fee 
 schedule to individuals who meet pre-determined financial criteria)

$  2,928,579

 Unpaid Costs of Public Programs
 (Medicare and Medicaid shortfalls, which are deficits created when
 FAMC receives payments that are less than the cost of care for public
 program beneficiaries)*

$ 18,445,750

 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)*

 $ 4,610,958

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 owned by Dodge County, Nebraska, and receives no tax support or financing assistance.

*FY2015; FY2016 data not yet available.