Baptist Memorial Health Care is committed to serving the Mid-South community. Baptist employees and physicians, through their donations of time, money, and resources, help to make the Mid-South a better community for everyone.
In fiscal year 2010, Baptist provided $204 million in community benefit, which includes charity care benefitting the underprivileged and the elderly, patient accounts that weren’t paid, free preventive health education and screenings, community contributions, in-kind donations and other activities.
All of the hospitals in the Baptist Memorial Health Care system offer a wealth of support in their respective communities.
The hospitals also work with local chambers of commerce and support charitable organizations such as United Way, March of Dimes, adopt-a-school programs and many others.
View recent examples of community care involvement throughout the Baptist system.
Baptist Community Report
A History of Caring
Guided by its mission of healing, preaching and teaching set by Baptist's founders 100 years ago, Baptist is committed to serving our community with a focus on supporting health and human services and education initiatives.