Our goal is to enhance the health and well-being of all people we serve and remain fiscally viable to reinvest in the community's future healthcare needs.
Black River Memorial Hospital provided over $5.6 million in charity care, community health improvement services, educational programming, supplies and monetary donations to the community in 2015.
In effort to serve those in need, Black River Memorial Hospital (BRMH) contributes to organizations that provide services and programming that match the priorities identified through the community health needs assessment. Those priorities include, Substance Misuse, Access to Behavioral and Mental Health Services and Chronic Disease Prevention and Management.
One on-going donation program invites BRMH employees to vote on the non-profit entities of their choice. Organizations selected to receive a donation of $250 during the first quarter of 2017, include, the Boys and Girls Club - Jackson County Center, Jackson County 4-H and the Black River Falls Area Foundation.
Pictured from left to right is Diane Moen-Ross, Center Director for the Boys and Girls Club-Jackson County Center, BRMH Revenue Cycle employee Dawn Dubiel, who presented the checks, Natalie Cogswell, representing Jackson County 4-H and Julie Murray, Executive Director of the Black River Falls Area Foundation.
Please fill out our Donation Request Form.