Since its founding, Suburban Hospital has remained committed to improving the health and well-being of our neighbors and the surrounding community. In 2020, Suburban Hospital dedicated nearly $30 million in community benefit contributions in support of improving health status in our community. We believe that quality health care should be accessible to all.
Through partnerships, affiliations and programs, Suburban Hospital works to identify health priorities and generate solutions to address the growing challenges of preventing chronic disease and building safe and healthy communities.
Upcoming Classes & Events
Suburban Hospital hosts a variety of online classes and programs. We ecourage you to participate from the safety and comfort of your home on Zoom. Log in instructions will be sent to registered participants prior to the event. Visit events.suburbanhospital.org to register for classes.
Learn what you need to know about COVID-19 from Johns Hopkins Medicine at HopkinsMedicine.org/Coronavirus.
Chronic Diseases and Conditions
Educational and preventive programs to address chronic diseases and conditions that impact our community.
Village Ambassador Alliance
Villages are local, geographically-centered, volunteer-led organizations that bring people together and coordinate volunteer help to support aging-in-place using a neighbor-helping-neighbor model.
Health Care Access
Suburban Hospital demonstrates its commitment to the community and its health by reaching populations that otherwise might not receive healthcare services.
Community Impact Reports
Community Health Needs Assessment
Every three years, Suburban Hospital conducts a community health needs assessment (CHNA) to identify important health issues impacting the hospital using scientifically valid health indicators and comparative information. The assessment helps to identify priority health issues affecting Montgomery County and residents living in Suburban Hospital’s service area.
Community Health Improvement Report
Learn how Suburban Hospital addresses local community health needs identified in the CHNA through its may health and wellness programs and initiatives.