Public Services and Community Partnerships

The Community Partnership Program

SHC dedicates considerable resources to improve the health and well-being of the community through its Community Partnership Program. The program is a multi-year, strategic investment in community health and consists of three major health initiatives: Improve the Health and Well-Being of Older Adults, Improve Access to Care and Reduce Cancer-Related Health Disparities. In addition to providing financial and other support for these three initiatives, SHC invests in many other programs that promote the health of its community members. For more information, read our brochure.pdf icon

The Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) documents the process undertaken by Stanford Hospital & Clinics (SHC) to determine the health needs of the community it serves. The implementation strategy outlines how those health needs will be addressed.

Contact Information

Sharon Keating Beauregard
Executive Director, Community Partnerships

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Stanford Hospital & Clinics (SHC) maintains a strong commitment to public service and the community. It dedicates significant resources to support its community programs. SHC's community programs range from ensuring health care access to the elderly and indigent patients to being actively involved in a wide range of community service programs to improve the health status of the community as a whole.

Stanford Health Library
Nora Cain
(650) 723-9863

Farewell to Falls
Ellen Corman
(650) 724-9369

Aging Adult Services
Rita Ghatak, PhD
(650) 498-3333

Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program
Holly Gautier, RN, BSN
(650) 725-9481

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