Since 2008, South Peninsula Hospital has been working together with other local organizations, agencies and community members within the MAPP coalition to improve our community’s health. Every three years, we take a snapshot of the community’s health perceptions to inform existing and new hospital and community efforts. Please take a few minutes to take the survey online here. Responses are anonymous, and you will be entered in to win a gift card to local businesses! For more information, including past Community Health Needs Assessments, visit this page.
Survey closes January 31Read More
Community Resource Connect (CRC) is a free, one-day event on Tuesday, January 31st, intended for those who are homeless, at risk of being homeless, or for those in need of extra support for their daily living situation.
Now in its 5th year, and formerly called “Homeless Connect”, CRC offers a one-stop shop for individuals to gather resources, get connected with assistance, and collect necessary supplies. Emergency gear, backpacks, comfort packs, laundry and shower vouchers, food to go, sleeping bags and hygiene kits are but a few of the free supplies to be offered. Over 20 vendors will offer health screenings, information, enrollment to services and more…Read More
The light is slowly returning! While the daylight hours remain short, it is of utmost importance to kindle our sparks of joy to sustain ourselves through the season. Read on for more wellness tips, local photos, SPH news & updates, local events and the January recipe!Read More
Data Breach – SPH has been informed of a potential patient information data-breach in May, 2022 involving Professional Finance Company, Inc., a vendor contracted to recover outstanding payments. Personal identification information of approximately 250 patients was possibly accessed, and those patients have been mailed written notice. See letter and official notice below for additional information and advisement.
Patient Protections Against Surprise Billing
You have rights and protections against surprise medical bills when getting treated by out-of-network providers, and you have a right to get a “Good Faith Estimate” for services if uninsured or not using insurance. See our Pricing and Estimates page for more detail.