St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital

Organization Overview

St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital is located in Jackson, MS. The organization was established in 1947. According to its NTEE Classification (E22) the organization is classified as: General Hospitals, under the broad grouping of Health Care and related organizations. As of 06/2020, St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital employed 4,733 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 06/2020, St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital generated $513.4m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 1.4% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $535.1m during the year ending 06/2020. While expenses have increased by 2.3% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2014, St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital has awarded 128 individual grants totaling $15,709,750. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

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2020

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TO PROVIDE FOR THE CARE OF THE ILL, INJURED, OR DISABLED PERSONS, AND TO PROVIDE FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF HEALTH OF THOSE IN THE COMMUNITY.

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ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL IS A 571-BED ACUTE CARE FACILITY IN JACKSON, MS. AS PART OF ITS HEALING MINISTRY, ST. DOMINIC'S IS ONE OF THE LARGEST EMPLOYERS IN THE AREA, AND THOSE EMPLOYEES, AS WELL AS HOSPITAL OPERATIONS, SIGNIFICANTLY HELP TO SUPPORT THE LOCAL ECONOMY. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL PROVIDED OVER $1.4 BILLION (CHARGES) IN HOSPITAL SERVICES TO PATIENTS THROUGHOUT THE CENTRAL REGION OF MISSISSIPPI, AND EMPLOYED OVER 3,300 PEOPLE. ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL'S MEDICAL STAFF OF NEARLY 500 LEADING PHYSICIANS AND SPECIALISTS MAKES ST. DOMINIC'S ONE OF THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE HOSPITALS IN MISSISSIPPI. THESE PHYSICIANS AND STAFF MEMBERS HAVE PLAYED AN INTEGRAL ROLE IN DEVELOPING HIGHLY REGARDED CLINICAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES. SOME OF THOSE KEY SERVICES INCLUDE THE MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE, STROKE SERVICES, WOMEN'S SERVICES, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES, AND THE CANCER CENTER (AND CANCER SERVICES AS A WHOLE). MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE IN 1974, ST. DOMINIC'S ESTABLISHED A CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE CARDIAC CARE. THEN KNOWN AS THE MISSISSIPPI HEART INSTITUTE THE NAME HAS SINCE BEEN REVISED TO MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE (MHVI) TO SHOW ST. DOMINIC'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO EXPERTISE AND CARE OF THE ENTIRE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. MANY OF ST. DOMINIC'S HEART AND VASCULAR PHYSICIANS ARE NATIONALLY KNOWN FOR USING THE MOST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND PROCEDURES AND FOR THEIR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE IN DELIVERING PATIENT CARE. SERVICES OFFERED RANGE FROM MINIMALLY INVASIVE CARDIAC TREATMENTS TO TRADITIONAL OPEN-HEART SURGERY TO COMPLICATED AND VERY SPECIALIZED VALVE REPAIRS. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020 HEART AND VASCULAR SERVICE VOLUMES CONTINUED TO CLIMB COMPARED TO PRIOR YEARS. MUCH OF THESE INCREASES CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO ST. DOMINIC'S EFFORTS TO OFFER OUTREACH SERVICES TO THE BROADER COMMUNITY. ST. DOMINIC'S CLINICAL OUTREACH, FIRST ESTABLISHED IN 2013, PROVIDES SCREENINGS, SPECIALTY CLINIC HUBS AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS IN BOTH THE JACKSON AREA AND IN OUTLYING COMMUNITIES. THE PROGRAM IS MADE UP OF TWO PARTS: SCREENINGS, WHICH ENCOMPASSES THE HEALTHY HEART SCREENING PROGRAM AND COMMUNITY SCREENING EVENTS, AND OUTREACH, WHICH INCLUDES TELEMEDICINE AND SPECIALTY CLINICS IN RURAL AREAS. PATIENTS WHO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE HEALTHY HEART PROGRAM RECEIVE A (HOSPITAL SUBSIDIZED) HEART RISK ASSESSMENT FOR $99. UP TO 18 PATIENTS A DAY CAN BE SEEN AT TWO LOCATIONS. THE HEALTHY HEART PROGRAM STAFF CONDUCTED A TOTAL OF 2,213 SCREENINGS IN FISCAL YEAR 2020. HEALTHY HEART STAFF ALSO PARTICIPATED IN 10 HEALTH FAIRS AND EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND MADE CONTACT WITH 470 PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THOSE EVENTS. CLINICAL OUTREACH ALSO AIMS TO SPREAD ITS MINISTRY FURTHER BY PROVIDING SERVICES TO COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE STATE TO AUGMENT EXISTING MEDICAL RESOURCES. THE PROGRAM HAS SPECIALTY CLINIC HUB SITES IN INDIANOLA, KOSCIUSKO, MAGEE, PELAHATCHIE, CLEVELAND, BROOKHAVEN AND VICKSBURG. AT THESE LOCATIONS, PAIN MANAGEMENT, NEUROLOGY, CARDIOLOGY AND EAR, NOSE AND THROAT PHYSICIANS SEE PATIENTS VIA FACE-TO-FACE ENCOUNTERS ONCE OR TWICE EACH MONTH, ALLOWING PATIENTS TO RECEIVE MEDICAL SERVICES WITHOUT THE NEED TO TRAVEL TO SEE A SPECIALIST. FIVE LOCATIONS - VICKSBURG, BROOKHAVEN, KOSCIUSKO, INDIANOLA, AND CLEVELAND - ALSO OFFER TELE-MEDICINE CLINICS WHERE PHYSICIANS REMAIN AT ST. DOMINIC'S AND THE PATIENTS REMAIN IN THEIR LOCAL COMMUNITY TO RECEIVE CONSULTATIONS AND CARE. CLINICAL OUTREACH ALSO OFFERS LUNG CANCER SCREENINGS TO PATIENTS WHO MEET CRITERIA. THE LUNG NAVIGATOR PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN ENSURING THAT PATIENTS MEET CRITERIA, ARE SCANNED AND FOLLOW UP OF ANY CONCERNING REPORTS. THE LUNG SCREENING MUST BE DONE ANNUALLY IF NOT SOONER. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, 231 PATIENTS WERE SCREENED. COMPRESHENSIVE STROKE CENTER ST. DOMINIC'S COMPREHENSIVE STROKE CENTER OFFERS RAPID DIAGNOSIS, HIGH-TECH INTERVENTION, EXPERT CARE AND INTENSIVE REHABILITATION IN A CARING, COMPASSIONATE SETTING. ST. DOMINIC'S IS CAPABLE OF DELIVERING THE FULL SPECTRUM OF CARE TO SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENTS WITH STROKE AND CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE. THE CHIEF COMPONENT OF THE PROGRAM IS A HIGHLY COLLABORATIVE, EXPERTLY SKILLED TEAM OF CLINICAL PROFESSIONALS WHO DIRECT AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE-BASED CARE FOR EVERY STROKE PATIENT. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES CARE TO THE ADULT POPULATION OF CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI AND OUTLYING RURAL AREAS. IN JUNE 2019, ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL RECEIVED THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION/AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION'S GET WITH THE GUIDELINES TARGET: STROKE GOLD PLUS WITH HONOR ROLL ELITE QUALITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. THE AWARD RECOGNIZES THE HOSPITAL'S COMMITMENT TO ENSURING STROKE PATIENTS RECEIVE THE MOST APPROPRIATE TREATMENT ACCORDING TO NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED, RESEARCH-BASED GUIDELINES BASED ON THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. ST. DOMINIC'S HAS WORKED TO EXTEND THIS EXPERTISE TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE JACKSON AREA. ST. DOMINIC'S TELE-STROKE NETWORK LINKS SEVEN HOSPITALS IN RURAL AREAS WITH STROKE NEUROLOGISTS AT ST. DOMINIC'S WHO CAN PROVIDE SPECIALIZED, URGENT CARE FOR THOSE SUSPECTED OF HAVING A STROKE. IN JANUARY - JUNE 2020, ST. DOMINIC'S TREATED 1,600 STROKE PATIENTS, 2/3 OF WHOM WERE TRANSFERRED IN FROM OUTLYING, RURAL HOSPITALS. WOMEN'S SERVICES ST. DOMINIC'S MATERNAL AND NEWBORN CARE CENTER EMPHASIZES A TEAM APPROACH TO CARE WITH PHYSICIANS, NURSES AND EDUCATORS WORKING TOGETHER TO MEET THE TOTAL NEEDS OF THE PATIENT AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY. ST. DOMINIC'S OFFERS SERVICES AND PROGRAMS NOT ONLY DURING A PATIENT'S HOSPITAL STAY, BUT ALSO CLASSES AND RESOURCES TO ASSIST WITH THE FAMILY TRANSITION LONG BEFORE AND LONG AFTER THE BIRTH OF A BABY. SERVICES INCLUDE PRENATAL CARE, LABOR AND DELIVERY, NEWBORN CARE, DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY, WELLNESS CHECKS, LACTATION CONSULTATIONS, GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERIES AND A WIDE ARRAY OF CLASSES. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, ST. DOMINIC'S WOMEN'S SERVICES WORKED WITH FAMILIES TO DELIVER 1,730 BABIES. OF THOSE ONLY A SMALL FRACTION WERE LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, WHICH CAN BE PARTIALLY ATTRIBUTED TO PRENATAL CARE EFFORTS. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR ST. DOMINIC'S, THE TREATMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS HAS BEEN A PRIORITY SINCE THE INCEPTION OF ITS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDES QUALITY AND COMPASSIONATE TREATMENT TO ADULT INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS. BOARD CERTIFIED PSYCHIATRISTS, SOCIAL WORKERS AND OTHER THERAPISTS WORK TOGETHER WITHIN A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAM TO MEET THE INDIVIDUALIZED NEEDS OF EACH PATIENT. ONE OF THE SPECIALTY PSYCHIATRIC UNITS AT ST. DOMINIC'S, THE OAKES, PROVIDES COMPASSIONATE CARE FOR SENIOR ADULT PATIENTS IN A SECURE AND THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT. THE OAKES USES PROVEN METHODS TO HELP PATIENTS, SUCH AS SOCIAL GROUP INTERACTION, REALITY ORIENTATION, SENSORY STIMULATION, RECREATION AND SELF-EXPRESSION. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FACILITY COMPLETED IN 2013 CAN ACCOMMODATE PATIENTS IN NEED OF PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT SERVICES IN THE METRO AREA. THE TWO-STORY, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITY CONTAINS 78,000 SQUARE FEET AND 77 PRIVATE ROOMS. SEPARATE UNITS WITHIN THE FACILITY HAVE INDIVIDUAL GROUP MEETING AND DINING AREAS. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES CONTINUED TO REACH OUT TO THE COMMUNITY TO ASSIST INDIVIDUALS IN IDENTIFYING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND PROVIDE DIRECTION TO RECEIVE THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF CARE NEEDED. FROM JULY 1, 2019 - JUNE 2020, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDED SCREENING MATERIALS, INCLUDING DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND RELATED MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES TO MORE THAN 1,400 PEOPLE THROUGHOUT MULTIPLE COMMUNITY EVENTS AND IN RURAL HEALTH CENTER LOCATIONS. COVID-19 AND MENTAL HEALTH RELATED NEWSLETTERS WERE DISTRIBUTED ELECTRONICALLY TO OVER 150 INDIVIDUALS IN 2020. ALSO, MORE COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS AND PARTNERSHIPS WERE ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE COMMUNITY TO DEVELOP A COORDINATED APPROACH TO ADDRESSING ISSUES SURROUNDING MENTAL HEALTH IN THE COMMUNITY. EFFORTS TO REDUCE THE STIGMAS ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH WERE ALSO A FOCUS IN MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA COVERAGE, WITH SPECIFIC FOCUS ON DEPRESSION AND THE IMPACT OF COVID-19. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES STAFF SERVED IN LEADERSHIP ROLES AND PARTICIPATED IN MANY COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE JACKSON AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON MENTAL HEALTH, AS WELL AS MENTAL ILLNESS. CANCER CENTER AND CANCER SERVICES ST. DOMINIC'S CANCER SERVICES ARE A LEADER IN COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND CANCER EDUCATION. THE COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM WAS RECOGNIZED IN 2018, FOR THE THIRD TIME, WITH AN OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD BY THE COMMISSION ON CANCER (COC) OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. ST. DOMINIC'S IS THE ONLY HOSPITAL IN THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO HAVE RECEIVED THIS AWARD THREE TIMES. ST. DOMINIC'S IS ONE OF A SELECT GROUP OF 24 ACCREDITED CANCER PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES TO RECEIVE THIS NATIONAL HONOR FOR CANCER SURVEYS PERFORMED IN 2018. ST. DOMINIC'S ALSO RECEIVED THE THREE-YEAR ACCREDITATION FOR THE 2009, 2014, AND 2018 SURVEYS. TO EA


THE HOSPITAL IS AN ACTIVE, CARING MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY IT SERVES. IN CARRYING OUT ITS HEALING MINISTRY, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS ESTABLISHED A POLICY UNDER WHICH THE HOSPITAL PROVIDES CARE TO THE NEEDY MEMBERS OF ITS COMMUNITY. FOLLOWING THAT POLICY, THE HOSPITAL MAINTAINS RECORDS TO IDENTIFY AND MONITOR THE LEVEL OF CHARITY CARE IT PROVIDES. THESE RECORDS INCLUDE THE AMOUNT OF CHARGES FOREGONE FOR SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FURNISHED UNDER ITS CHARITY CARE POLICIES. THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE SERVICES CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED TO SPECIFIC CHARITY CARE PATIENTS. THEREFORE, MANAGEMENT ESTIMATED THE COSTS OF THESE SERVICES BY CALCULATING A COST TO GROSS CHARGE RATIO AND MULTIPLYING IT BY THE CHARGES ASSOCIATED WITH SERVICES PROVIDED TO PATIENTS MEETING THE HOSPITAL'S CHARITY CARE GUIDELINES. THE ESTIMATED COST OF CHARGES FOREGONE, BASED ON THE COST TO CHARGE RATIO, WAS APPROXIMATELY $14,983,000. THE FOREGONE CHARGES ARE NETTED AGAINST PATIENT SERVICE REVENUE TO ARRIVE AT NET PATIENT SERVICE REVENUE AS REFLECTED AS PROGRAM SERVICE REVENUE ON PART VIII OF FORM 990 IN ORDER TO BE CONSISTENT WITH FINANCIAL STATEMENT REPORTING AND ARE NOT REPORTED AS FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES ON THE FORM 990. THE HOSPITAL ALSO PROVIDES HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE UNINSURED POPULATION IN THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY. WHILE A PORTION OF THESE PATIENTS MAY ULTIMATELY QUALIFY FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE MEDICAID PROGRAM OR THE CHARITY CARE POLICY DISCUSSED ABOVE, THE HOSPITAL IS UNABLE TO COLLECT A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THESE ACCOUNTS. CHARGES DEEMED UNCOLLECTIBLE WERE APPROXIMATELY $17,752,050.


THE HOSPITAL SERVES THE COMMUNITY IN NUMEROUS WAYS. SOME EXAMPLES INCLUDE ASSISTING IN EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY REGARDING HEALTH-RELATED ISSUES. THE HOSPITAL PARTICIPATES IN NUMEROUS HEALTH FAIRS AND GIVES PRESENTATIONS TO VARIOUS SCHOOLS AND INDUSTRIES REGARDING SUCH ISSUES AS DRUG ABUSE AND SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE. THE HOSPITAL HAS SPONSORED ANNUAL CHOLESTEROL AND CANCER SCREENINGS UPON WHICH THE TESTS ARE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC FOR A NOMINAL FEE AND THE MAJORITY OF THE COSTS INCURRED ARE ABSORBED BY THE HOSPITAL. THE HOSPITAL ALSO ORGANIZES EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN FUNDRAISING FOR ORGANIZATIONS, SUCH AS THE UNITED WAY, STEWPOT MINISTRIES AND JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT, AMONG OTHERS. IN ADDITION, THE HOSPITAL GAVE NEARLY $689,000 DURING FISCAL YEAR 2020 IN CHARITABLE CORPORATE DONATIONS TO VARIOUS AREA COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. ALTHOUGH THE HOSPITAL HAS ESTIMATED THE COST OF EACH OF THESE EFFORTS TO SERVE THE JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI METROPOLITAN AREA, MANAGEMENT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS BELIEVE THAT SUCH COSTS REPRESENT ONLY ONE FACET OF THE MANY WAYS THE HOSPITAL SERVES THE GREATER JACKSON COMMUNITY. THE ABOVE EXAMPLES RELATE ONLY TO CERTAIN MEASUREABLE BENEFITS THAT THE HOSPITAL PROVIDES TO ITS SERVICE AREA AND IS NOT INTENDED TO MEASURE ALL SUCH COMMUNITY BENEFITS, MANY OF WHICH ARE INTANGIBLE IN NATURE OR OTHERWISE NOT QUANTIFIABLE.


ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL IS A 571-BED ACUTE CARE FACILITY IN JACKSON, MS. AS PART OF ITS HEALING MINISTRY, ST. DOMINIC'S IS ONE OF THE LARGEST EMPLOYERS IN THE AREA, AND THOSE EMPLOYEES, AS WELL AS HOSPITAL OPERATIONS, SIGNIFICANTLY HELP TO SUPPORT THE LOCAL ECONOMY. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL PROVIDED OVER $1.4 BILLION (CHARGES) IN HOSPITAL SERVICES TO PATIENTS THROUGHOUT THE CENTRAL REGION OF MISSISSIPPI, AND EMPLOYED OVER 3,300 PEOPLE. ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL'S MEDICAL STAFF OF NEARLY 500 LEADING PHYSICIANS AND SPECIALISTS MAKES ST. DOMINIC'S ONE OF THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE HOSPITALS IN MISSISSIPPI. THESE PHYSICIANS AND STAFF MEMBERS HAVE PLAYED AN INTEGRAL ROLE IN DEVELOPING HIGHLY REGARDED CLINICAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES. SOME OF THOSE KEY SERVICES INCLUDE THE MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE, STROKE SERVICES, WOMEN'S SERVICES, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES, AND THE CANCER CENTER (AND CANCER SERVICES AS A WHOLE). MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE IN 1974, ST. DOMINIC'S ESTABLISHED A CENTER FOR COMPREHENSIVE CARDIAC CARE. THEN KNOWN AS THE MISSISSIPPI HEART INSTITUTE THE NAME HAS SINCE BEEN REVISED TO MISSISSIPPI HEART AND VASCULAR INSTITUTE (MHVI) TO SHOW ST. DOMINIC'S ONGOING COMMITMENT TO EXPERTISE AND CARE OF THE ENTIRE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. MANY OF ST. DOMINIC'S HEART AND VASCULAR PHYSICIANS ARE NATIONALLY KNOWN FOR USING THE MOST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND PROCEDURES AND FOR THEIR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE IN DELIVERING PATIENT CARE. SERVICES OFFERED RANGE FROM MINIMALLY INVASIVE CARDIAC TREATMENTS TO TRADITIONAL OPEN-HEART SURGERY TO COMPLICATED AND VERY SPECIALIZED VALVE REPAIRS. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020 HEART AND VASCULAR SERVICE VOLUMES CONTINUED TO CLIMB COMPARED TO PRIOR YEARS. MUCH OF THESE INCREASES CAN BE ATTRIBUTED TO ST. DOMINIC'S EFFORTS TO OFFER OUTREACH SERVICES TO THE BROADER COMMUNITY. ST. DOMINIC'S CLINICAL OUTREACH, FIRST ESTABLISHED IN 2013, PROVIDES SCREENINGS, SPECIALTY CLINIC HUBS AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS IN BOTH THE JACKSON AREA AND IN OUTLYING COMMUNITIES. THE PROGRAM IS MADE UP OF TWO PARTS: SCREENINGS, WHICH ENCOMPASSES THE HEALTHY HEART SCREENING PROGRAM AND COMMUNITY SCREENING EVENTS, AND OUTREACH, WHICH INCLUDES TELEMEDICINE AND SPECIALTY CLINICS IN RURAL AREAS. PATIENTS WHO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE HEALTHY HEART PROGRAM RECEIVE A (HOSPITAL SUBSIDIZED) HEART RISK ASSESSMENT FOR $99. UP TO 18 PATIENTS A DAY CAN BE SEEN AT TWO LOCATIONS. THE HEALTHY HEART PROGRAM STAFF CONDUCTED A TOTAL OF 2,213 SCREENINGS IN FISCAL YEAR 2020. HEALTHY HEART STAFF ALSO PARTICIPATED IN 10 HEALTH FAIRS AND EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND MADE CONTACT WITH 470 PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITY THROUGH THOSE EVENTS. CLINICAL OUTREACH ALSO AIMS TO SPREAD ITS MINISTRY FURTHER BY PROVIDING SERVICES TO COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE STATE TO AUGMENT EXISTING MEDICAL RESOURCES. THE PROGRAM HAS SPECIALTY CLINIC HUB SITES IN INDIANOLA, KOSCIUSKO, MAGEE, PELAHATCHIE, CLEVELAND, BROOKHAVEN AND VICKSBURG. AT THESE LOCATIONS, PAIN MANAGEMENT, NEUROLOGY, CARDIOLOGY AND EAR, NOSE AND THROAT PHYSICIANS SEE PATIENTS VIA FACE-TO-FACE ENCOUNTERS ONCE OR TWICE EACH MONTH, ALLOWING PATIENTS TO RECEIVE MEDICAL SERVICES WITHOUT THE NEED TO TRAVEL TO SEE A SPECIALIST. FIVE LOCATIONS - VICKSBURG, BROOKHAVEN, KOSCIUSKO, INDIANOLA, AND CLEVELAND - ALSO OFFER TELE-MEDICINE CLINICS WHERE PHYSICIANS REMAIN AT ST. DOMINIC'S AND THE PATIENTS REMAIN IN THEIR LOCAL COMMUNITY TO RECEIVE CONSULTATIONS AND CARE. CLINICAL OUTREACH ALSO OFFERS LUNG CANCER SCREENINGS TO PATIENTS WHO MEET CRITERIA. THE LUNG NAVIGATOR PLAYS A KEY ROLE IN ENSURING THAT PATIENTS MEET CRITERIA, ARE SCANNED AND FOLLOW UP OF ANY CONCERNING REPORTS. THE LUNG SCREENING MUST BE DONE ANNUALLY IF NOT SOONER. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, 231 PATIENTS WERE SCREENED. COMPRESHENSIVE STROKE CENTER ST. DOMINIC'S COMPREHENSIVE STROKE CENTER OFFERS RAPID DIAGNOSIS, HIGH-TECH INTERVENTION, EXPERT CARE AND INTENSIVE REHABILITATION IN A CARING, COMPASSIONATE SETTING. ST. DOMINIC'S IS CAPABLE OF DELIVERING THE FULL SPECTRUM OF CARE TO SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENTS WITH STROKE AND CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE. THE CHIEF COMPONENT OF THE PROGRAM IS A HIGHLY COLLABORATIVE, EXPERTLY SKILLED TEAM OF CLINICAL PROFESSIONALS WHO DIRECT AND PROVIDE EVIDENCE-BASED CARE FOR EVERY STROKE PATIENT. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES CARE TO THE ADULT POPULATION OF CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI AND OUTLYING RURAL AREAS. IN JUNE 2019, ST. DOMINIC HOSPITAL RECEIVED THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION/AMERICAN STROKE ASSOCIATION'S GET WITH THE GUIDELINES TARGET: STROKE GOLD PLUS WITH HONOR ROLL ELITE QUALITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. THE AWARD RECOGNIZES THE HOSPITAL'S COMMITMENT TO ENSURING STROKE PATIENTS RECEIVE THE MOST APPROPRIATE TREATMENT ACCORDING TO NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED, RESEARCH-BASED GUIDELINES BASED ON THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. ST. DOMINIC'S HAS WORKED TO EXTEND THIS EXPERTISE TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE JACKSON AREA. ST. DOMINIC'S TELE-STROKE NETWORK LINKS SEVEN HOSPITALS IN RURAL AREAS WITH STROKE NEUROLOGISTS AT ST. DOMINIC'S WHO CAN PROVIDE SPECIALIZED, URGENT CARE FOR THOSE SUSPECTED OF HAVING A STROKE. IN JANUARY - JUNE 2020, ST. DOMINIC'S TREATED 1,600 STROKE PATIENTS, 2/3 OF WHOM WERE TRANSFERRED IN FROM OUTLYING, RURAL HOSPITALS. WOMEN'S SERVICES ST. DOMINIC'S MATERNAL AND NEWBORN CARE CENTER EMPHASIZES A TEAM APPROACH TO CARE WITH PHYSICIANS, NURSES AND EDUCATORS WORKING TOGETHER TO MEET THE TOTAL NEEDS OF THE PATIENT AND THE ENTIRE FAMILY. ST. DOMINIC'S OFFERS SERVICES AND PROGRAMS NOT ONLY DURING A PATIENT'S HOSPITAL STAY, BUT ALSO CLASSES AND RESOURCES TO ASSIST WITH THE FAMILY TRANSITION LONG BEFORE AND LONG AFTER THE BIRTH OF A BABY. SERVICES INCLUDE PRENATAL CARE, LABOR AND DELIVERY, NEWBORN CARE, DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY, WELLNESS CHECKS, LACTATION CONSULTATIONS, GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERIES AND A WIDE ARRAY OF CLASSES. IN FISCAL YEAR 2020, ST. DOMINIC'S WOMEN'S SERVICES WORKED WITH FAMILIES TO DELIVER 1,730 BABIES. OF THOSE ONLY A SMALL FRACTION WERE LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, WHICH CAN BE PARTIALLY ATTRIBUTED TO PRENATAL CARE EFFORTS. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR ST. DOMINIC'S, THE TREATMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONDITIONS HAS BEEN A PRIORITY SINCE THE INCEPTION OF ITS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDES QUALITY AND COMPASSIONATE TREATMENT TO ADULT INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS. BOARD CERTIFIED PSYCHIATRISTS, SOCIAL WORKERS AND OTHER THERAPISTS WORK TOGETHER WITHIN A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAM TO MEET THE INDIVIDUALIZED NEEDS OF EACH PATIENT. ONE OF THE SPECIALTY PSYCHIATRIC UNITS AT ST. DOMINIC'S, THE OAKES, PROVIDES COMPASSIONATE CARE FOR SENIOR ADULT PATIENTS IN A SECURE AND THERAPEUTIC ENVIRONMENT. THE OAKES USES PROVEN METHODS TO HELP PATIENTS, SUCH AS SOCIAL GROUP INTERACTION, REALITY ORIENTATION, SENSORY STIMULATION, RECREATION AND SELF-EXPRESSION. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES FACILITY COMPLETED IN 2013 CAN ACCOMMODATE PATIENTS IN NEED OF PSYCHIATRIC INPATIENT SERVICES IN THE METRO AREA. THE TWO-STORY, STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITY CONTAINS 78,000 SQUARE FEET AND 77 PRIVATE ROOMS. SEPARATE UNITS WITHIN THE FACILITY HAVE INDIVIDUAL GROUP MEETING AND DINING AREAS. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES CONTINUED TO REACH OUT TO THE COMMUNITY TO ASSIST INDIVIDUALS IN IDENTIFYING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND PROVIDE DIRECTION TO RECEIVE THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF CARE NEEDED. FROM JULY 1, 2019 - JUNE 2020, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROVIDED SCREENING MATERIALS, INCLUDING DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND RELATED MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES TO MORE THAN 1,400 PEOPLE THROUGHOUT MULTIPLE COMMUNITY EVENTS AND IN RURAL HEALTH CENTER LOCATIONS. COVID-19 AND MENTAL HEALTH RELATED NEWSLETTERS WERE DISTRIBUTED ELECTRONICALLY TO OVER 150 INDIVIDUALS IN 2020. ALSO, MORE COLLABORATIVE EFFORTS AND PARTNERSHIPS WERE ESTABLISHED WITHIN THE COMMUNITY TO DEVELOP A COORDINATED APPROACH TO ADDRESSING ISSUES SURROUNDING MENTAL HEALTH IN THE COMMUNITY. EFFORTS TO REDUCE THE STIGMAS ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH WERE ALSO A FOCUS IN MARKETING AND SOCIAL MEDIA COVERAGE, WITH SPECIFIC FOCUS ON DEPRESSION AND THE IMPACT OF COVID-19. ST. DOMINIC'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES STAFF SERVED IN LEADERSHIP ROLES AND PARTICIPATED IN MANY COMMUNITY EVENTS IN THE JACKSON AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON MENTAL HEALTH, AS WELL AS MENTAL ILLNESS. CANCER CENTER AND CANCER SERVICES ST. DOMINIC'S CANCER SERVICES ARE A LEADER IN COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND CANCER EDUCATION. THE COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM WAS RECOGNIZED IN 2018, FOR THE THIRD TIME, WITH AN OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD BY THE COMMISSION ON CANCER (COC) OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. ST. DOMINIC'S IS THE ONLY HOSPITAL IN THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO HAVE RECEIVED THIS AWARD THREE TIMES. ST. DOMINIC'S IS ONE OF A SELECT GROUP OF 24 ACCREDITED CANCER PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES TO RECEIVE THIS NATIONAL HONOR FOR CANCER SURVEYS PERFORMED IN 2018. ST. DOMINIC'S ALSO RECEIVED THE THREE-YEAR ACCREDITATION FOR THE 2009, 2014, AND 2018 SURVEYS. TO EA


THE HOSPITAL IS AN ACTIVE, CARING MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY IT SERVES. IN CARRYING OUT ITS HEALING MINISTRY, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS ESTABLISHED A POLICY UNDER WHICH THE HOSPITAL PROVIDES CARE TO THE NEEDY MEMBERS OF ITS COMMUNITY. FOLLOWING THAT POLICY, THE HOSPITAL MAINTAINS RECORDS TO IDENTIFY AND MONITOR THE LEVEL OF CHARITY CARE IT PROVIDES. THESE RECORDS INCLUDE THE AMOUNT OF CHARGES FOREGONE FOR SERVICES AND SUPPLIES FURNISHED UNDER ITS CHARITY CARE POLICIES. THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE SERVICES CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED TO SPECIFIC CHARITY CARE PATIENTS. THEREFORE, MANAGEMENT ESTIMATED THE COSTS OF THESE SERVICES BY CALCULATING A COST TO GROSS CHARGE RATIO AND MULTIPLYING IT BY THE CHARGES ASSOCIATED WITH SERVICES PROVIDED TO PATIENTS MEETING THE HOSPITAL'S CHARITY CARE GUIDELINES. THE ESTIMATED COST OF CHARGES FOREGONE, BASED ON THE COST TO CHARGE RATIO, WAS APPROXIMATELY $14,983,000. THE FOREGONE CHARGES ARE NETTED AGAINST PATIENT SERVICE REVENUE TO ARRIVE AT NET PATIENT SERVICE REVENUE AS REFLECTED AS PROGRAM SERVICE REVENUE ON PART VIII OF FORM 990 IN ORDER TO BE CONSISTENT WITH FINANCIAL STATEMENT REPORTING AND ARE NOT REPORTED AS FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES ON THE FORM 990. THE HOSPITAL ALSO PROVIDES HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THE UNINSURED POPULATION IN THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY. WHILE A PORTION OF THESE PATIENTS MAY ULTIMATELY QUALIFY FOR COVERAGE UNDER THE MEDICAID PROGRAM OR THE CHARITY CARE POLICY DISCUSSED ABOVE, THE HOSPITAL IS UNABLE TO COLLECT A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF THESE ACCOUNTS. CHARGES DEEMED UNCOLLECTIBLE WERE APPROXIMATELY $17,752,050.


THE HOSPITAL SERVES THE COMMUNITY IN NUMEROUS WAYS. SOME EXAMPLES INCLUDE ASSISTING IN EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY REGARDING HEALTH-RELATED ISSUES. THE HOSPITAL PARTICIPATES IN NUMEROUS HEALTH FAIRS AND GIVES PRESENTATIONS TO VARIOUS SCHOOLS AND INDUSTRIES REGARDING SUCH ISSUES AS DRUG ABUSE AND SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE. THE HOSPITAL HAS SPONSORED ANNUAL CHOLESTEROL AND CANCER SCREENINGS UPON WHICH THE TESTS ARE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC FOR A NOMINAL FEE AND THE MAJORITY OF THE COSTS INCURRED ARE ABSORBED BY THE HOSPITAL. THE HOSPITAL ALSO ORGANIZES EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION IN FUNDRAISING FOR ORGANIZATIONS, SUCH AS THE UNITED WAY, STEWPOT MINISTRIES AND JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT, AMONG OTHERS. IN ADDITION, THE HOSPITAL GAVE NEARLY $689,000 DURING FISCAL YEAR 2020 IN CHARITABLE CORPORATE DONATIONS TO VARIOUS AREA COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. ALTHOUGH THE HOSPITAL HAS ESTIMATED THE COST OF EACH OF THESE EFFORTS TO SERVE THE JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI METROPOLITAN AREA, MANAGEMENT AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS BELIEVE THAT SUCH COSTS REPRESENT ONLY ONE FACET OF THE MANY WAYS THE HOSPITAL SERVES THE GREATER JACKSON COMMUNITY. THE ABOVE EXAMPLES RELATE ONLY TO CERTAIN MEASUREABLE BENEFITS THAT THE HOSPITAL PROVIDES TO ITS SERVICE AREA AND IS NOT INTENDED TO MEASURE ALL SUCH COMMUNITY BENEFITS, MANY OF WHICH ARE INTANGIBLE IN NATURE OR OTHERWISE NOT QUANTIFIABLE.


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Board, Officers & Key Employees

Name (title)Compensation
John Lancon
Physician
$1,282,854
Pb Kerr
Physician
$1,096,311
Bryan A Gaspard
Physician
$990,863
D Paul Seago MD
Chief Of Staff
$925,400
Zachary K Baldwin
Physician
$905,409
Ruth Fredericks MD
Board Member
$875,930

Outside Vendors & Contractors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Allied Emergency Services Pc
Medical Services
$8,556,331
Jackson Heart Clinic Pa
Co-management Svcs
$4,326,023
Flagstar Construction Company
Construction Service
$7,208,662
Physicians Anesthesia Group Pa
Anesthesia Services
$4,987,407
Cerner Corporation
Information Tech
$5,329,348
Physicians Anesthesia Group Pa
Anesthesia Services
$4,987,407
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$0
Related organizations$0
Government grants $12,483,148
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$53,813
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $0
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$12,536,961
Total Program Service Revenue$495,371,318
Investment income $300,440
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $4,541,326
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $653,529
Net Income from Fundraising Events $0
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $513,403,574

Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital has awarded $4,376,500 in support to 34 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

ST DOMINIC HEALTH SERVICES INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$1,500,000

ST DOMINIC HEALTH SERVICES INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$1,500,000

CATHOLIC CHARITIES INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$210,000

CATHOLIC CHARITIES INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$210,000

COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (ST DOMINIC CARE-A-VAN)

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$75,000

COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (ST DOMINIC CARE-A-VAN)

Org PageRecipient Profile

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$75,000
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Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 1 grants that St Dominic-Jackson Memorial Hospital has recieved totaling $25,000.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Community Foundation For Mississippi

Jackson, MS

PURPOSE: GENERAL OPER SUPPORT

$25,000
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