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Hospitals' partnerships, outreach benefit Los Angeles communities. Daniel Freeman Hospitals, Inglewood and Marina del Rey, Calif



Hospitals' partnerships, outreach benefit Los Angeles communities. Daniel Freeman Hospitals, Inglewood and Marina del Rey, Calif



Profiles in Healthcare Marketing 15(5): 1, 5-1, 8



Daniel Freeman Hospitals in in Los Angeles committed $11.2 million to its community benefits program, which includes charitable care, reimbursement shortfalls, outreach and community service programs. The Catholic hospitals are part of the Carondelet Health System. Their mission follows the example of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet who, in France in 1600, departed from the cloistered community life to go beyond the convent and care to people in their local communities. Daniel Freemen Hospitals, with campuses in Inglewood and Marina del Rey, Calif., reach out to their communities by developing partnerships to advance community health in a diverse ethnic, age and economic-level population.

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