About CHS

Restoring our community through the eradication of health disparities

Our Facility

 

 

 

 

Our Approach

CHS is a Christian organization committed to living out Christ’s compassion,
dignity and healing in our community through health care.

 

Mission:

CHS is a Christian organization committed to living out Christ’s compassion, dignity and healing in our community through health care.

Vision:

Restoring our community through the eradication of health disparities.

Values:

  • Respect: Treating each patient with dignity. Promoting health by striving to fully understand each person’s thoughts and feeling about the underlying causes of illness. (Mark 10:45)
  • Equipping: Identifying each individual’s strengths and providing the tools that will enable them to find a meaningful place in the community.
  • (Ephesians 4:12)
  • Unity: Demonstrating how followers of Jesus can come together to make a difference in the health of our community. Providing an environment where members of many parts of the Christian community can contribute their gifts and talents.
  • (1 Corinthians 1:10)
  • Excellence: Striving for excellence in the care and services we provide. We desire to provide quality health care services to the underserved in a distinctively Christian context.
  • (Colossians 3:23)

 Our Approach to Health Care:

1. Faith Based

2. Relationship & Community based

  • Relocation – Medical professionals intentionally moving into the community and becoming neighbors with their patients.
  • Reconciliation – Interacting and serving patients across racial, ethnic and socioeconomic lines.
  • Redistribution – Using our skills, knowledge, networks and resources for the benefit of our neighbor and community.

3. Development (as opposed to relief or free care) based – Sliding fee scale for those without insurance or Medicare.

How CHS fits into CCI’s Comprehensive Approach:

  1. Exercise and Fitness – including adult and youth sports leagues
  2. Economic Development – job preparedness/training and nutrition through healthy corner store developments
  3. Education/Nutrition – working with Hawthorne (after school program and youth) and McClain (StreetLeaders and YoungLife) doing community and school gardens
  4. Family Foundations – Fatherhood initiative, marriage and parenting groups
  5. Prison Ministry – Following up on individuals’ health needs who are discharged to the community from David L. Moss as well as state prisons.

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