Adventist Midwest Health is a network of four not-for-profit hospitals located in Chicago’s western and southwestern suburbs. These hospitals include: Adventist Bolingbrook Hospital, Adventist GlenOaks Hospital, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital, and Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital.
As a not-for-profit health care organization, the four hospitals in Adventist Midwest Health embrace a rich tradition of providing benefit to the community, with the ultimate goal of improving community health and increasing access to care. All of the net income (profit margin) generated by the hospital is reinvested back into hospital programs and services. This benefits the patients and communities we serve rather than individual owners or shareholders.
In 2012, Adventist Midwest Health hospitals provided over $87 million in community benefit; including $13.2 million in charity care and services to the communities we call home.
The Adventist Midwest Health Hospitals, clinically integrated and tied by common Community, Mission, Vision and Values, collaborated to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment in 2013. This assessment was used to determine the most significant health needs in our surrounding communities. The data was then used to develop a Community Health Plan to improve residents’ health through education, research, financial assistance, special clinical and non-clinical programs and the provision of spiritual resources. A copy of the Community Health Needs Assessment and the individual hospital Community Health Plans is available through the LINKS below.
We value your feedback and solicit your input and recommendations regarding our Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Health Plans. All comments and questions can be directed to the Adventist Midwest Health Corporate Responsibility Officer listed below.
Adventist Midwest Health
15 Spinning Wheel Road; Suite 118
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Community Health Needs Assessment
Download the 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment
Community Health Plans
Adventist Midwest Health annually files a report of its community benefit plan with the Illinois Attorney General's office. This report is public information and available by contacting:
Charitable Trusts Bureau
Office of the Attorney General
100 W. Randolph St., 3rd floor
Chicago, IL 60601-3175
Required by Section 20(c) of Public Act 093-0480