Program areas at Bethesda Long Term Care
Values: Bethesda health group, Inc., and its subsidiaries adhere to the following values in providing Care and services to st. louis seniors. Dignity: to treat seniors and their family members with dignity and respect. Diversity: to recognize the unique qualities of our constituents and appreciate their cultural differences. Generosity: to meet the needs of seniors without regard to their socioeconomic status. Integrity: to furnish Care and services with integrity, honest and high ethical standards. Quality: to provide superior Care and services in a place seniors call home.bethesda hosts public educational events on important issues, such as alzheimer's prevention and Care, provides free health screenings, and seasonal flu vaccines, in addition to many other services as part of its mission to provide essential Care for st. louis seniors and their families.bethesda also has partnered with meals on wheels of greater st. louis for more than 25 years to provide nutritious meals to the elderly, handicapped, and homebound in the area. Employees and volunteers at Bethesda dilworth prepare more than 1,200 meals each month for seniors living in webster groves, rock hill, shrewsbury, brentwood and crestwood. Bethesda southgate also participates by delivering more than 800 meals monthly to seniors living in south st. louis county. During the covid-19 pandemic, due to federal and state restrictions on who could come into skilled nursing facilities, Bethesda paused its participation in the meals on wheels program.every year residents and volunteers at Bethesda gardens host a baby shower to help raise funds and collect baby clothes and supplies for families in need. The donations are given to nurses for newborns, a nonprofit organization that provides a safety net for at risk families to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect.bethesda also offers a program that has been developed to educate the public on how to be a supportive friend and companion to someone who is either grieving the loss of a loved one or affected by the life-limiting illness themselves. Additionally, the program delves into how to support those who are struggling with other instances of loss from divorce to recent unemployment. The program is offered to community organizations and churches throughout st. louis.since our founding more than a century ago, Bethesda has helped seniors live the lives they love. In keeping with our charitable commitment, each year Bethesda provides millions of dollars in humanitarian Care to those seniors who have outlived their assets and are unable to pay for the full cost of the Care and support they receive from us. In 2010, the Bethesda board of directors established the john w. rowe humanitarian Care fund, which provides charitable assistance to hundreds of seniors annually.every year, Bethesda has charitable partnerships and makes significant donations to many local organizations including but not limited to the united way of greater st. louis, national kidney foundation, humane society of Missouri, and the st. louis area boy and girl scouts of america.bethesda health group, Inc. ein 43-0666738functions as the parent of the organization. Bethesda health group's subsidiaries, which are listed below, charge below market rates for services provided, and no one has ever been asked to leave a Bethesda health group facility due to the inability to pay. In addition, the consolidated Bethesda health group organization provided approximately $10,936,736 in charity Care during the year ended june 30, 2021.bethesda Long Term Care, Inc. ein 43-1277070owns and operates three skilled nursing facilities and two assisted living facilities. Provided 182,183 days of nursing Care in the year ended june 30, 2021, including 79,868 days to medicaid recipients. Provided $9,940,634 in charity Care in the year ended june 30, 2021.bethesda senior living, Inc. ein 43-1494889owns and operates five independent living centers, housing an average of 496 residents per day in the year ended june 30, 2021 and provided financial assistance in the amount of $614,798 in the year ended june 30, 2021.bethesda health group foundation, Inc. ein 43-1278967conducts activities for the benefit of all the not-for-profit subsidiaries of the organization and collected donations of $540,842 in the year ended june 30, 2021.bethesda services, Inc. ein 43-1857630provides hospice and senior support solution services to the st. louis community. Bethesda hospice Care provided 17,319 visits during the year ended june 30, 2021. Hospice provided $381,304 of charity Care in the year ended june 30, 2021.