Lodi Health is a private, not-for-profit hospital and health system that was built by community members for their neighbors. Lodi Health’s founders were volunteers who had no professional health-care experience. They were teachers, farmers, housewives, bankers and other community members who wanted to ensure a healthy future for Lodi and the surrounding areas.
Since 1952,when Lodi Memorial Hospital first opened its doors, Lodi Health has been all about improving health and the quality of life for those in the area - whether it be within the hospital walls or beyond. Much of the care provided through the years has been at no charge to those in need. In 2013 alone, Lodi Health provided more than $7.5 million in charity care and operates or facilitates many health-related programs in the region. It is an honor and privilege to do so.
Take a look at some of the community-benefit services offered by Lodi Health:
Adult Day Care: A place for adults who can't be alone throughout the day.
Camp Hutchins: A professional child care and preschool for children three to five years of age
Walter E. Reiss Outreach Care: Free medical practice for the uninsured.
To learn more about Lodi Health's community benefit services, download the current community benefit plan: