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Abington Health Community Benefit

Jean Paik, RN talks about what it means to be an Abington Health employee while serving the local community.

To the communities we serve:

Abington Health’s vision is to be the most trusted healthcare partner. As such, we maintain a strong commitment to the men, women and children in our various service areas and work hard to ensure that everyone has access to the health care they need. Our key success factors of Patient Safety and Clinical Excellence, Staff Engagement and Service Excellence and Financial and Operational Excellence serve as the framework for how we conduct ourselves as a non-profit, community-based healthcare provider.

We also take seriously our role in preventing disease and improving health as we partner with our patients, our physicians and caregivers, and many other organizations to foster and support programs and services which are designed to improve health and prevent disease. And, as a teaching organization, we educate future physicians, nurses and allied health professionals who will help shape the delivery of healthcare for years to come. Ultimately, our hope is that, through our education, our services and our outreach, we can be a major force in improving the overall health of the communities we serve.

We are pleased to present our FY2013 Community Benefit Report which reflects the core elements of our community benefit agenda, as well as specifics from our most recent IRS 990 filings. But our mission and values go beyond this report. They are embedded in every detail of our patient care and community outreach. It is with both pride and conviction that we provide this overview of Abington Health and our two hospitals: Abington Memorial Hospital and Lansdale Hospital.


Bruce Entwisle
Abington Health Foundation

Stephen Crane
Abington Health

For a full report on Abington Health and our community benefit programs, use the Community Benefit links on the left.