Intermountain’s Community Benefit program works with community non-profit agencies, government entities, and healthcare providers to improve the health of the uninsured and underserved, and the department oversees Community Health Needs Assessment efforts for Intermountain-owned hospitals.

Partnerships, school and community clinics, collaboration, donations, gift to community reporting and initiatives all make up the Community Benefit Department’s wide array of projects and initiatives.


Corporate Giving Programs

The Intermountain Healthcare Community Partner Fund supports not-for-profit, health-related organizations and other community groups that share our mission.


Community Partnerships

Intermountain is devoted to the community, helping out whenever possible to ensure our neighbors, families, and friends get the help they need to maintain or regain their health.


School and Community Clinics

Intermountain Healthcare operates a variety of community and school-based clinics to improve health in underserved communities.


CHNA Health Initiatives

Intermountain hospitals each conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify local health needs, and each hospital then develops an implementation strategy to address a significant local health priority.