As Reno’s only locally owned and governed not-for-profit healthcare network, we are committed to this community and continually improving the care and resources we provide. This means our earnings stay here and are reinvested to bring new facilities, services and lifesaving technologies to our region. This also means the Renown team is dedicated to supporting other local nonprofit agencies who share our vision.
Renown’s contributions during fiscal year 2015 totaled $78 Million, including funding for research, community initiatives and non-reimbursed healthcare services.
Behavioral health resources so fewer patients come to Emergency Rooms in crisis. More than 380 free behavioral health screenings were completed in the community.
Childhood immunizations with Immunize Nevada. Over 30,000 lives were touched and 1,266 vaccines given to uninsured children at 27 events.
Vaccinations and case management provided by Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada. 295 vaccines were given to underserved seniors and 311 in-home assessments were done for safety, well-being and health and wellness education.
Traveling dental care for at-risk populations through Community Health Alliance (CHA). CHA provided 231 dental exams, 106 emergency exams, 114 extractions, 44 regular cleanings, 117 deep cleanings, 381 restorations (fillings and crowns), 14 dentures (full and partial), 32 denture repairs/relines, 131 nutritional counseling sessions, and 137 oral hygiene instructions.
Increased availability of mammography screenings for low-income senior women with Northern Nevada HOPES. The partnership provided women with 237 mammogram screenings.
A community hub in collaboration with Truckee Meadows Healthy Communities and several partners to increase accessibility of needed services and health education to over 900 community members.
A community car seat fitting station offering car passenger safety education, inspection and installation, reaching 1,573 children.
Girls on the Run programs at 25 Washoe County schools, reaching 504 girls.
In-ground community gardens, school-based gardening and nutrition education with Urban Roots, working with 2,452 students in 12 schools.
As a nonprofit organization, resources are available for investment back into our community for facilities, equipment and programs.
Subsidized Health Services
Community Health Improvement
Health Professions Education & Research