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TriHealth’s Work in Righting Some Wrongs
TriHealth’s mission is to serve all in our community. We know that African Americans have a complicated history with the American healthcare system and that bias and distrust have led to poorer health outcomes. This week we are going to spotlight two areas where TriHealth is making a difference.
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The Weekly Update - February 25
As we conclude our celebration of Black History Month, I’m pleased to share with you two stories exemplifying how TriHealth is making a difference in the lives of the most vulnerable members of our community. Since 2011, the Good Samaritan Free Health Center has served thousands of uninsured adults – over 25% identifying as black or multiracial - with regular primary healthcare and management of chronic conditions and prescription medications. And through a grant from bi3 and CHI, the OB-GYN Center at Good Samaritan Hospital created the “Start Strong” program aimed at reducing infant mortalities among African Americans.
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Good Samaritan Hospital Designated Comprehensive Stroke Center
Good Samaritan Hospital has been designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) by The Joint Commission. This certification is the highest designation awarded by The Joint Commission for stroke care.
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