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TLHIP Leaders to Present Nationwide Webinar on Creating Effective Hospital-Community Health Partnerships

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Innovations in Hospital and Community Health Partnerships
Rethinking Hospital Community Benefit at the Neighborhood Level to Improve Resident Health

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. PDT.

Hear from leaders at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital and the Saint Francis Foundation about their partnership with the surrounding community to improve health outcomes for residents of the highly challenged neighborhood adjacent to the Hospital that is home to many high users of health care. The Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership (TLHIP) was launched in 2014 with 100 government agencies, nonprofits, businesses and grass roots organizations with the goal of improving community health by addressing social determinants. In just a short time, we have seen positive changes.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • How Hospitals and their Foundation partners are uniquely positioned to bring community benefit expertise, relationships and resources together to lead upstream innovations in community health
  • How engaging deeply with community partners, aligning mutually reinforcing activities and collaborating for impact, hospital systems can redefine their role in community and create pathways to health
  • Strategies for integrated impact though individual case studies


Will Douglas
Manager, Community Impact
Saint Francis Foundation
San Francisco, CA

Jennifer Kiss
Vice President, Programs
Saint Francis Foundation
San Francisco, CA

Jennifer Varano
Director, Community Health, Volunteer Services, Emergency Management
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
San Francisco, CA

Patricia A. Zamora
Area Director: Tenderloin/Mission/Columbia Park Clubhouses
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco

If your hospital is interested in expanding pathways to health beyond your campus, be sure to attend this webinar!

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