Hallmark Health's Community Benefits Programs

Hallmark Health is committed to improving the quality of healthcare we provide to residents, in our hospitals, medical centers, and in community settings. We also welcome the opportunity to promote the health and well-being of our communities and to identify and assist those residents that are most in need; especially vulnerable residents with complex health needs and social, economic, and environmental disadvantages.

From the front door of our hospitals and health centers to the frontline in the community, we remain confident and steadfast in our commitment to changing the face of healthcare to best support the residents of our service area.

In 2016, Hallmark Health collected primary and secondary data to identify the health care needs of the communities we serve and to help people gain the tools and knowledge they need to make healthy choices and lead healthy lives. You will find this data listed in the 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment.

In addition to a wide variety of programs focusing on basic health concerns, we also offer creative approaches targeting the specific health concerns of some of our most vulnerable populations. These programs are listed in the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).

2016 Community Benefits Report

2016 Patient Family Advisory Council Annual Report

2017 - "The Health of Hallmark"
, a four-part series created by the Wicked Local newspaper group. The first installment in the series is a recap of the history of Hallmark Health, "Local from the start". 

The second installment is titled, "Hallmark Health draws on local partnerships to serve community" and uses the monthly Mobile Food Market in Malden to illustrate the tremendous body of work Hallmark Health and its employees do to serve our community and build partnerships. Watch the video to get a view of the Mobile Food Market from several different perspectives.


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