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Making an impact on our world starts in every community we serve.

At HCA Healthcare, we are committed to creating healthier tomorrows for our communities through volunteering, making charitable donations and partnering with other organizations.

In 2022, HCA Healthcare provided more than $44.2 million in enterprise giving to community organizations. Our colleagues gave money and time - including over 140,000 volunteer hours to support over 6,700 charitable organizations.

We believe building healthier communities is a worthy goal, and the more of us working toward it, the better. To help increase our impact, HCA Healthcare collaborates with organizations whose missions align with our own. Partnership areas of focus include: improving access to care and addressing health equity; increasing opportunity and access to healthcare careers; championing positive mental wellness; and responding to crisis and community needs.

In September of 2022, HCA Florida Healthcare hosted our first statewide We Show Up for Our Communities Week. Colleagues showed up for our communities in a variety of ways, including supporting literacy through book drives and reading programs, collecting school supplies for teachers and students and collecting toiletries and household supplies to assist victims of domestic violence and the homeless population.

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Our community partnerships.

Alongside the American Red Cross, we respond when natural disasters impact our communities. We contribute to their Disaster Responder Program to help fund strong infrastructure, support other resources and help train volunteers to respond to a crisis.

In 2021, HCA Healthcare announced a $10 million investment to Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Hispanic-Serving Institutions across our footprint to strengthen the talent pipeline by advancing diversity and leadership in the healthcare profession. This investment includes a $1.5 million donation to Florida International University's Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences to help address the nursing shortage. We've invested in healthcare education programs at Fisk University and Tennessee State University. Other recent investments include a $1.5 million partnership with Florida A&M University (FAMU) to fund scholarships and internships for healthcare administration students and $750,000 to The University of Texas at El Paso to create multiple graduate-degree opportunities for students interested in healthcare administration careers.

HCA Healthcare collaborates with EVERFI to drive social change through education. We support educators and students with a curriculum promoting positive mental health, reaching more than 150,000 students and 1,911 teachers at over 800 schools.

Our $600,000 grant to Volunteers of America promotes mental wellness and resilience among first responders. VOA will scale its program in targeted areas served by HCA Healthcare.

HCA Healthcare's unique partnership with March of Dimes focuses on improving maternal mortality and morbidity outcomes. We committed an additional $1.1 million in 2022.