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Impacting our Community

Tanner Health System is a nonprofit healthcare provider. Our mission is to improve the health of the communities we serve — not to generate revenues for shareholders.

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IRS Form 990

As a not-for-profit hospital system, Tanner Health System has a responsibility to serve our community — both within and beyond the walls of our hospitals and clinics.

We take that responsibility seriously and we welcome the opportunity to share information on our financial health, especially as it relates to our charitable mission.

Like all not-for-profit hospitals, Tanner Health System files an annual IRS Form 990. This form is designed to enhance transparency by providing information about an organization’s finances, operations and use of resources.

Schedule H of the 990 also provides information on our community benefit spending throughout the year, including:

  • The delivery of free or discounted medical care
  • Recruitment and training of qualified medical professionals
  • Funding of community health programs such as Get Healthy, Live Well and the Tanner Speakers’ Bureau
  • And other programs to cultivate a healthier region.

It also provides a look at spending that supports community health needs in the form of subsidized services and community-building efforts to address social factors that often impact health, such as housing, transportation and workforce development.

When reviewing this information, it is important to understand that Tanner sustains its operations throughout west Georgia without subsidies or the support of taxpayer funds. Learn more about our contributions to the community in our Building Healthy Communities section. 

View our Tanner Medical Center, Inc. IRS Form 990.

View our Tanner Medical Center, Inc. Group IRS Form 990.

 

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