At MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, we recognize that a person’s health is strongly linked to the health of the community. Based on our community health needs assessment conducted at MedStar Georgetown, we have developed programs and services that address these priority areas. Our community health initiatives include Health and Wellness Initiatives, including our Pediatric and Family outreach and ongoing health education programs. Access to Care and Services, ensuring access to medical experts in the community and providing linkages to resources. Partnerships with many Washington, D.C. community-based organizations to address lack of access to healthy food and food insecurity and transportation or Social Determinants of Health.
Please click here to view our Washington, D.C. Community Health Brochure. If you have questions about community health, community benefit or would like to partner with MedStar Georgetown on community health initiatives, contact Khaleelah Cohen at [email protected].
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Community Health Needs
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is proud to release its 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and its implementation strategy. The CHNA uses a community-driven approach that supports the hospital in planning and carrying out community-based programming to more effectively handle the health needs of underserved and vulnerable populations. The three-year implementation strategy identifies the hospital's community benefit service area, the most important health priorities, and activities with measurable outcomes.
- View the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment
- View the 2018 Community Health Needs Assessment
- View the 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment
- View the 2014 Community Benefits Report
Report to the Community
Learn about some of the most effective community-based programs and services we offer throughout the region.