Scripps' Annual Community Contributions in San Diego Make News

Media focus on uncompensated care, medical training, prevention services


Scripps’ 2015 Community Benefit report showed the nonprofit health system invested nearly $373 million into community benefit services across San Diego County, including providing more than $320 million in uncompensated care.

Media coverage followed after Scripps issued a press release that detailed the investment made in the entire San Diego region, and separate releases detailing investment in the four community areas where Scripps hospitals are based.

Read the coverage in the Times of San Diego: Scripps provides $322 million in care to indigent patients

KUSI covered this story, titled as "More than $320 million in uncompensated care provided by Scripps Health in last fiscal year," but their coverage is not available at this time.

The North County Seaside Courier covered this story, titled as "Scripps Invests $39 million into Coastal North County," but their coverage is not available at this time.

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