Summary Annual Report - Sunrise Community Health

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ANNUAL REPORT 2021 s u n ri se c om m uni t yhea l t h. org

affordable access quality care for all


Sunrise Services Medical Dental Vision

#1 vaccinator in Weld County

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Care Management Health Education Telehealth & Quick Care

Behavioral Health Pharmacy, Lab, X-ray Prenatal Care & Family Planning

74,325 vaccines giv

at Sunrise via mass vacc and walk-in visits

58,738 additio

throughout North in partnership with vaccine buses

By the Numbers

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School-Based Health Center

Agricultural Workers

1,633

Experiencing Homelessness

17,637

OUR PATIENTS

18%

uninsured persons 1 in 2 Medicaid beneficiaries 7 out of 10

PATIENTS

30%

53%

37% 13%

UNDER 200% *FPL

Weld County 31,645 patients

Sunrise patients are disproportionately low-income, uninsured, and publicly insured

91%

15%

AT OR BELOW 100% FPL

MEDICAID

32% 38%

25% 9%

US Population

Sunrise Poplulation

Under 18 Age 18-44 Age 45-64 Age 65+

23% 7%

PATIENTS BY ZIP CODE

80%

Other Counties 2% 910 patients

1 out of 4

racial/ethnic minorities

02

Larimer County 7,948 patients

live in/near poverty

401

Language other than English

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9 of out 10

1,723

FUNDING SOURCES

40,503 Patients

477

Uninsured 25% Medicare 6%

Private Insurance 14%

CHP 2%

Medicaid 53%

UNINSURED

*Federal Poverty Level

37,323

7,762

6,125

4,048

Medical

Dental

Mental Health

Diabetes

6,120

600

1,459

1,724

Hypertension

Optometry

Asthma

Prenatal

VISITS

12 Clinic sites

Veterans

SPECIAL POPULATIONS

WHO WE ARE

380 Staff

THROUGH THE LIFECYCLE

for scheduli

20,061

121,057

Dental Visits

Medical Visits

163,835

7,876

Pharmacy

Enabling Services


“As a hospital administrator, I know firsthand the impact of Sunrise’s COVID efforts. Without Sunrise’s consistent high quality work and innovation, many more community members would have suffered. We are very grateful for Sunrise’s contribution to the COVID fight – and for everything you do every day to serve our community.”

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Marilyn Schock,

Chair, Sunrise Board of Directors

250 Volunteers amplified our impact by assisting in our Weld and Larimer County mass vaccination clinics

Our Vision Healthy people help create

What’s New

healthy communities. When people are in their best health, they can more easily work; they can more easily care for their

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C O M M U N I T Y

H E A L T H

families. Accessing the right care, at the

Sunrise Thompson Health Clinic Located next to Conrad-Ball Middle School in Loveland, this school based health center opened during the pandemic to serve families of Thompson School District.

Sunrise Windsor Clinic We are excited to open our Windsor clinic in the Fall of 2022, bringing affordable family medicine services to those in need.

right time, for the right cost is key to an individual’s health – that’s where we come in. Visit our website to find a clinic near you. su nr i se commu ni t y h e a l t h . o r g

Sunrise Cesar Chavez Outreach Program Our outreach program serving migrant workers and remote agricultural areas is thrilled to have a brand new mobile unit to provide services to our patients.

New Programs

Telehealth & Quick Care The pandemic helped us rapidly increase effective telehealth services and we recently added walk-in Quick Care services to some of our locations for easier patient access.

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Indigenous Land Acknowledgement Sunrise Community Health respectfully acknowledges the indigenous history of our country, state, and region. We recognize that our clinics reside upon the traditional territories of the�Ute, Cheyenne, Arapaho, and Lakota Nations� and peoples. Further, we acknowledge that the 48 tribes historically tied to the state of Colorado have made innumerable contributions to our region. We are called to honor their contrbutions and to continue learning how to be better stewards of the land - in addition to serving all of its people.

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CEO Message The last 24 months have been a tale of two cities at Sunrise: we are exhausted; we are exhilarated. Our exhaustion comes from the pandemic pressures and the demands of crisis management for this extraordinary length of time. It has been draining and impossible to navigate smoothly. The social and political polarization surrounding the COVID public health emergency intensifies our challenges – it is difficult to not drown in frustration as people dispute science and dismiss expertise. But exhilaration has also been felt. Seeing our patients navigate yet another storm with grace and dignity as they strive to protect their families… Seeing our employees, tired but determined, suit up in personal protective equipment yet again to help the week’s 1,000th respiratory patient… Seeing our leaders gather, bleary-eyed but keenly assessing yet another public health order, another pivot in recommendations… Well, it has been nothing short of miraculous how people have dug deep to persevere - and to find or ensure affordable access to quality care for all. Throughout COVID, we judged our decisions and actions on this criteria: Are we standing steady for our patients, for our partners, and for our people? Given our volume of COVID care and vaccines, the answer to the first is a definitive “Yes.” Given our volume of “normal” care which avoided additional overload on our severely taxed hospitals and emergency partners, the answer to the second is also a definitive “Yes.” And given 70% of the COVID financial support we thankfully received went to employees, the answer to the last is a solid “Yes” as well. But mostly, the “Yes” answers are due to our talented, skilled, and dedicated team. They never wavered. They never ceased. They served – and continue serving - with compassion and grace. Our entire community thanks them.

Awards

With gratitude and pride, Mitzi M. Moran, CEO

NCQA Level 3 Patient

Health Center Quality

COVID19 Vaccinations

NCQA Advancing HIT for Quality