Community Highlights: Integrated Delivery Network
Highmark Health's integrated delivery network, led by its parent company Allegheny Health Network (AHN) in western Pennsylvania, includes several diverse urban and rural community institutions including eight hospitals that provide world-class care in the comfort of neighborhood settings. Most of the AHN hospitals have been an important part of the fabric of the communities they serve for over 100 years, maintaining a strong tradition of giving back.
The focus of AHN's 2014 community giving was born from the health and wellness needs identified through AHN’s annual community health needs assessment. Resulting from the clinical priorities identified by our partners and community stakeholders, AHN devoted a majority of its community giving and resources throughout the year to the prevention, treatment and awareness of diabetes. In addition, AHN supported educational conferences on timely issues such as asthma and mental health. And all of AHN's hospitals embraced direct outreach into the community as a high priority by supporting and conducting free health fairs and screening opportunities in regions from Erie, Pa. to Canonsburg, Pa.
Read the business highlights related to the integrated delivery network.
Since 2013, the Saint Vincent Mobile Medical Unit has provided health care services to nearly 1,200 homeless, underinsured or uninsured at-risk residents at more than 100 community-sponsored locations throughout northwestern Pennsylvania.
Awards & Recognition
Allegheny Health Network recognized by the United Way of Allegheny County
Allegheny Health Network initiated a new leadership campaign that earned it recognition by the United Way of Allegheny County as the "2014 Best New Campaign Award." More than $70,000 was committed through the new campaign.
From your eyes
"Allegheny Health Network is a leader when it comes to asthma a major public health challenge. …"
In our words
"So many employees from our terrific medical staff to our nurses to our food service employees are quick to step up. …"
Dr. Susan Manzi, M.D.
Chair of the Department of Medicine
Allegheny Health Network