Since 1959, Northwest Community Hospital (NCH) has been more than a place to come to when you’re ill — we’re also a trusted member of the community where you live and work. Together, through collaborative partnerships with community organizations and leaders, we’re able to deliver upon our promise to improve the quality of life for our neighbors. It’s a promise we made more than 50 years ago, and we’re honored to keep the same commitment today.
Accessing healthcare services when you are uninsured or under-insured can be difficult. NCH works closely with community clinics to ensure everyone has a medical home.
To ensure that we address the diverse needs of our patients and neighbors, NCH conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify the most predominant needs and develops strategies to address them.
Community isn’t just part of our name — it’s at the core of who we are. In addition to providing high quality compassionate healthcare to community members, regardless of their ability to pay, NCH also invests a tremendous amount of resources into programs for the under-resourced and other vulnerable populations.
NCH cares deeply about the older adults in our community and has created special programs and support services, designed especially to meet the needs of this unique population.
NCH responsibly allocates a limited amount of funds to not-for-profit community organizations that align with its mission and the needs of the community it serves. We will accept Requests for Donations (RFD) during the month of July.
Learn about classes and screenings, support groups, volunteering at NCH and more.
Find information about classes, programs, screenings, health fairs and special events hosted by Northwest Community Hospital that are open to the public. Read more about classes and screenings.
We offer a wide range of support groups to help and hear from others that may share your experiences.
Whether you're retired, working full time or caring for your family, NCH offers volunteer opportunities to fit your schedule.
Includes nurses, therapists, dietitians, and other experienced healthcare professionals.
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