Community Outreach

Creating a healthy community is what we do. It’s what we believe in. It’s what we do best. It’s our commitment to our community.

Salina Regional Health Center employees truly make a difference in this community. Not only do they provide care to our patients, they are also out in the community providing health education, serving on community boards, donating their time and resources to those in need and truly making a difference in so many lives.

For example, Salina Regional employees helped less fortunate families this past holiday season – helping to make sure there would be Christmas presents under the tree. Another example is our support to the United Way. During down economic times our employees continue to give to the United Way. We even united together and built a Habitat for Humanity home in 2010.

Other examples include Project Salina, Smoky Hill river Festival, Relay for Life, Back to School Fair and so many others too numerous to mention.

Click on the projects below to read more.

Santa’s Helpers
Salina Regional Health Center employees sponsored less fortunate families every holiday season – helping make certain there are Christmas presents under their trees. Salina Regional’s Santa’s Helpers Program collect and delivered hundreds of gifts to brighten the holidays. Read more...

United Way
Salina Regional Health Center employees donate to the United Way every year through payroll deduction, cash gifts and other staff fundraising efforts.Read more...

Health Talk
Hospital employees spent time in the community providing informative healthcare talks to various clubs, groups and civic organizations through the hospital’s Health Talk program. Health Talk Programs are provided at no charge as a community service of Salina Regional Health Center. Read more...

Relay for Life
Each year many employees participate on the hospital’s Relay for Life team. In 2013, their efforts raised more than $3,774 to help fight cancer. Read more...

Project Salina
Salina Regional Health Center employees donated $1,588 to the annual community food drive. Read more...

Dream Night
The Salina Regional Health Foundation supports Dream Night at Rolling Hills with a $5,000 sponsorship through its Community Health Investment Program. In addition, several hospital employees volunteer to help direct guests to the park and assist with various activities. Read more...

Community Health Investment Program (CHIP)
The Community Health Investment Program provides grants to organizations that, like the hospital, are working to improve the health of the people of north central Kansas. To date, more than $9 million has been awarded. Read more...

River Festival
Salina Regional Health Center employees are sure to be found at the Smoky Hill River Festival. More than 150 hospital employees volunteer annually at the Children’s Art Tent and the Baby Station sponsored by the hospital. Read more...

Habitat for Humanity
Salina Regional Health Center employees traded in their scrubs and stethoscopes for hard hats and tool belts and built a Habitat for Humanity home for their co-worker in 2010. The home was constructed in just under two months. In all 1,525 man hours went into the project. Read more...