Meeting the Health Needs of Monroe County and the Surrounding Communities
Mercy Memorial Hospital System (MMHS) is a non-profit organization that provides many programs and services that help fulfill identified health needs in the community. MMHS offers many of these programs and services at a discounted cost or free of charge to create measurable improvement in health access and in the health status of the community.
In addition, these services and programs support the organization’s mission, reduce community health costs, focus on problems of the uninsured and/or medically underserved and offer assistance that would likely be discontinued if the decision were made on a purely financial basis. These include:
- Cancer Assistance
- Mercy's Angels - Free meals and donations for homeless
- Health screenings
- Health education classes
- CPR and first aid classes
- Self-help and support groups
- Grief or bereavement support
- A grant for breast cancer awareness and screens from the Northwest Ohio Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
- Car seat programs
- Smoking cessation and
Community Health Needs Assessment
Community Health Needs Assessment Implementation Plan
Our community health needs assessment uses quantitative and qualitative methods to systematically collect and analyze data from Monroe County and the surrounding area to understand the health within the community we serve. The assessment includes information on health risk factors, quality of life, mortality, morbidity, perceived needs, community assets, forces of change, social determinants of health and health inequity as well as information on how well Mercy Memorial provides essential services.