CMH Annual Report 2017 Annual Report - Page 10

In 1986, the CMH Foundation was established to assist the hospital with future growth. The hospital currently rents from the Foundation all or a portion of 20 primary and specialty physician clinics and other administrative buildings. The Foundation currently operates one assisted living facility; five independent living communities; one residential care facility; six long-term care skilled nursing facilities; eight home medical equipment locations; Home Health and Hospice; Health Transit and Homemaker Plus. Skilled Nursing Assisted Living Homemaker Plus Locations Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility Independent Living Ash Grove Senior Living Community Butterfield Apartments Colonial Springs Senior Living Community Community Springs Senior Living Parkview Senior Living Community Residential Care Butterfield Residential Care Center Ash Grove Healthcare Facility Citizens Memorial Healthcare Facility Colonial Springs Healthcare Center Community Springs Healthcare Facility Lake Stockton Healthcare Facility Parkview Health Care Facility Home Medical Equipment Locations Ash Grove, Bolivar, Buffalo, Hermitage, Stockton and Warsaw Benton, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory, Polk and St. Clair Home Health Service Area Benton, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory, northern Greene, Polk and St. Clair Hospice Service Area Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory, northern Greene, Polk and St. Clair 2016-17 Leadership CMH FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS L-R: Dave Strader, President; Brad Gregory, Vice President; Donald J. Babb, Executive Director; William S. Donnell, M.D.; Derek Hunter, CPA; Neale Johnson, DDS; and D. Micheale Meents, M.D. Member Emeritus: Jack Hacker, DDS; Lillian Hutcheson; Gene Hutcheson; and Robert Kifer. 8