Community Benefit Reports
Learn how our programs and services help improve the overall health of the communities we serve, and provide quality healthcare to all who need it.
Community Benefit is defined as programs and services designed to improve health in communities and increase access to health care. They are integral to the mission of Catholic and other not-for-profit health care organizations.
2018 Community Benefit in Wisconsin
From July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, Ascension Wisconsin's benefit to the communities we serve totaled more than $292 million. Whether in Southeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley or North-Central Wisconsin, our commitment to community benefit reflects our Mission to serve all persons with special attention to those who are poor and vulnerable. Through community benefits programs or activities, we can:
- Improve access to health services
- Advance medical or health knowledge
- Enhance population health
- Reduce the burden of government to improve health
Community Health Needs Assessments & ReportsEvery three years, our hospitals perform community health needs assessments to evaluate the overall health status of the communities we serve. The information from these assessments is routinely used to guide the strategic planning processes of our organization. In collaboration with our local community health partners, we are pleased to present the following Community Health Needs Assessment reports.
The Community Health Needs Report and Community Health Needs Implementation Plans provided below are also available for print upon request.
- 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
- 2019 - 2022 Community Health Improvement Plan (Implementation Strategy)
2015 Assessment Results
- Milwaukee County Community Health Survey Report
- Milwaukee County Community Health Survey Presentation
- Milwaukee County Secondary Data Report
- Milwaukee County Key Informant Report
- Milwaukee Health Care Partnership Executive Summary
- Franklin Community Health Survey Report
- Franklin Community Health Survey Summary
For comments or questions about this report, please contact us.