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In the Community

Coliseum Health System cares for people when they come through its doors, but it also supports the community in numerous other ways. Committed to the improvement of human life, Coliseum Health System strives to deliver high-quality, cost-effective health care to middle Georgia.

Community Benefits Reports

Community InvolvementImpacting the Community

Coliseum Health System not only provides compassion and care to patients, it enhances the health of the community with more than 1,200 jobs and millions of tax dollars to support government agencies and infrastructure.

Coliseum Health System supports local and national non-profit organizations such as the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, the Alzheimer's Association, the Susan B. Komen Foundation, United Way, NewTown Macon, and many, many more. In addition, corporate funds are donated to local foundations for art preservation. Not only do they give of their financial resources, but also the Coliseum Health System employees are very active in these community organizations - as volunteers and serving on the boards of these agencies.

As a member of the family of privately held hospitals collectively known as Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), Coliseum Health System embraces HCA's tradition of caring excellence, allowing it to remain a leading provider of healthcare services.

Dedicated to improving healthcare in middle Georgia, Coliseum Health System offers much in the way of education and support to the community. Educational seminars and health screenings are offered at no charge monthly. Support groups are held on the hospital campuses regularly, as well as free classes to prepare patients for childbirth, joint replacement surgery, and various other health related issues. Coliseum Health System employees can often be found on site at local employers participating in health fairs and providing multiple health screenings.

Dedication to meet each community's local healthcare needs while focusing on quality, streamlining operations, sharing technology and equipment, and using economies of scale for supplies and services are all part of Coliseum's desire to improve the quality of care for patients. This approach sets Coliseum apart, maximizing resources of caring hearts, hands, and minds committed to excellence for you.

Economic Impact 

Taxes ( Local, State, Federal ) Paid $10,706,509
Salaries and Benefits $78,403,896
Charity Care $6,811,888
Local Jobs 1,200
Contributions to Community Agencies, Non-profit organizations, etc. $80,000
Hours Volunteered Weekly 3.85 Per Employee
3.85 Hours x 1,263 Employees = 4,862.55 Hours Given Weekly to the Community by our Employees

Community Organizations

Coliseum Health System employees care for patients in our hospitals as well as in our community. The following community organizations received contributions from CHS:

  • Historic Macon Foundation
  • Junior League Of Macon
  • Macon Arts Alliance
  • Macon State College
  • Macon Tennis Association
  • Make A Wish Foundation
  • March of Dimes
  • Methodist Home For Children
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • Museum of Arts and Sciences
  • New Town Macon
  • Nutcracker of Middle Georgia
  • Pilot Club of Macon
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
  • United Way of Central Georgia
  • Wesleyan College
  • Alzheimer's Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • American Heart Association
  • American Red Cross
  • Association For Retarded Citizens
  • Better Business Bureau
  • Bibb County Medical Society
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Boys and Girls Club of Central Georgia
  • Central Georgia Council - Boy Scouts
  • Community Foundation of Central Georgia
  • Exchange Club
  • Georgia Hospital Association
  • Georgia Special Olympics
  • Georgia Women of Achievement
  • Girl Scouts of Middle Georgia
  • Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce
  • Hay House