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- July 20, 2015 at 10:25 am #11050adminKeymaster
Posted by: Barb Kann, Summit Community Services
Date: April 28, 2015 8:13 AM
Would providing an athletic trainer to the local school district qualify as community benefit? How about sports performance or strength-training services? Any thoughts or ideas you can share; or, if this is education and teaching safe training. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Response: Nancy Zuech Lim, NLIM
Date: May 01, 2015 9:23 AM
A good question when determining if the activity is CB is why are you doing it? What are you hoping to accomplish/change? Does it tie back to your CHNA or a community need defined by another entity?
Response: Elisabeth Lucas, The Valley Hospital
Date: May 01, 2015 9:27 AM
I count the athletic training services we provide to local schools. We do get reimbursed so I offset it. The reimbursement covers the hourly costs but does not cover overhead or benefits.
I do not count our medical fitness services because there is a cost for people to participate and the fitness center does not offer scholarships or low-cost memberships.
The other services by our medical fitness center that I count as CB are undergraduate and graduate student training/ mentoring, coaches clinics and seminars/ symposiums that are free to the public.
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