Winchester Hospital Community Benefits

Our Commitment to a Healthier Community

At Winchester Hospital, we’re committed to improving the health and well-being of residents within our Community Benefits Service Area (CBSA). Through our Community Benefits Department, we work in collaboration with the area's residents and key community health stakeholders to address the health needs and priorities identified by this assessment.

Winchester Hospital’s Community Benefits Service Area includes: Medford, N. Reading, Reading, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester and Woburn.

Led by the Community Benefits Advisory Committee (CBAC), we strive to address the most pressing health needs in each community based on the most recent Community Health Needs Assessment.

Community Health Needs Assessment Guiding Principles

  • Equity: Work toward the systemic, fair and just treatment of all people; engage cohorts most impacted by COVID-19

  • Collaboration: Leverage resources to achieve greater impact by working with community residents and organizations

  • Engagement: Intentionally reach out to and interact with often overlooked populations, including, but not limited to, people impacted by trauma, people with disabilities, communities most impacted by inequities, and others

  • Capacity Building: Build community cohesion and capacity by co-leading Community Listening sessions and training residents on facilitation

  • Intentionality: Be deliberate in our engagement and our request and use of data and information; be purposeful and work collaboratively to identify and leverage resources for maximum benefit

Priority Areas

Health Equity Priority Areas

Priority Cohorts

  • Youth
  • Older adults
  • Low resource populations
  • LGBTQIA+
  • Racially, ethnically, and linguistically diverse populations

Community Health Grants

To address these priority needs, Winchester Hospital awards grants to community organizations that work to address unmet health needs for their priority cohorts. For more information or to receive a grant application, contact LeighAnne Taylor, Regional Manager for Community Benefits and Community Relations.

Resource Guide

The Community Resource Guide was developed to highlight health and social service resources available to the community. As a disclaimer, the listings within this guide are designed as informational and are not to be interpreted as recommendations or endorsements.

Community Health Needs Assessment Reports and Implementation Strategies

To learn more about how Winchester Hospital is working with our communities to address the leading health issues, visit our Community Benefits Reports:

Contact Us

Winchester Hospital welcomes any comments you may have on our most recently conducted CHNA and implementation strategy. Please submit your comments by email or mail them to LeighAnne Taylor, Winchester Hospital, 41 Highland Avenue, Winchester, MA 01890.

Winchester Hospital is an active neighbor in the communities we serve. For questions on our community benefits programs or community relations activities, please email us.

Visit Beth Israel Lahey Health's website to learn more about how we are improving health equity across the communities we serve.