2020 Annual Report

Our annual report summary of many of the ways Holy Family Memorial, Inc. has maintained its commitment to providing the best quality health care close to home during 2020. Click on the arrows on each side of the pages below to navigate through the 2020 Annual Report in your browser or download the PDF here.

Older Annual Reports:

2019 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report
2016 Annual Report
2015 Annual Report

Community Benefits Report

This annual report contains the quantifiable financial resources that Holy Family Memorial, Inc. contributed to the citizens of Manitowoc County during the 2020 fiscal year.

The constant commitment of America’s Catholic and other not-for-profit health care organizations in meeting the identified health needs of their communities, especially the needs of those who are most vulnerable, are defined as community benefit programs if they meet the standard reporting criteria developed by the Catholic Health Association (CHA) of the United States, founded in 1915, VHA, founded in 1997, and the Internal Revenue Service of the United States. Click on the arrows on each side of the pages below to navigate through the the 2021 Community Benefits Report in your browser or download the PDF here.

Older Community Benefits Reports:

2020 Community Benefits Report
2019 Community Benefits Report
2018 Community Benefits Report
2017 Community Benefits Report
2016 Community Benefits Report
2015 Community Benefits Report

Mission Integration and Outcomes Report

This annual report articulates initiatives and activities that uphold and promote Holy Family Memorial’s mission, vision and values; the Catholic moral and social justice tradition, and the mission and ministry of our Sponsor, the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity.

Each narrative description demonstrates one of the ten ministry commitments and principles ( e. g. solidarity with the poor, vulnerable, underinsured and uninsured, respect for human dignity, and commitment to the local community, etc.) under the category of one of Holy Family Memorial’s four strategic themes during the 2018 fiscal year.

Click on the arrows on each side of the pages below to navigate through the 2019 Mission Integration and Outcomes Report in your browser or download the PDF here.

2019 Mission Integration Report
2018 Mission Integration Report

Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital Community Engagement

Since our founding in 1899, Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital, a not-for-profit organization, has been dedicated to improving the health and well being of the community we serve.

We show our commitment to Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital’s mission through programs that benefit “vulnerable populations” – people with limited access to health care services – and through programs that train the next generation of health care workers.

Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital is committed to improving the quality of life in the communities we serve through health care programs and services that are measurable, accessible and culturally appropriate, recognizing the greatest opportunity for impact is in Manitowoc County’s underserved population.

We partner with community organizations to share resources, improve access to health care and promote healthier lifestyles.

Community Benefit Report (2021)

Community Health Needs Assessment

In June 2022, Froedtert Holy Family Memorial Hospital collaborated on a community health needs assessment with JKV Research, LLC, along with Advocate Aurora Health Care, Lakeshore Community Health, Lakeshore Cap, United Way Manitowoc County and Manitowoc County Public Health Department. The assessment was the compilation of state, county and community health assessments along with interviews from 40 different community informants ranging from school district representatives, public health officials, non-profit health and human service professionals, and business professionals throughout Manitowoc County.

The following reports are instrumental in prioritizing significant health needs with in our community to implement strategies for the overall improvement.

Community Health Needs Assessment

Community Health Needs Assessment Documents