Community health initiatives beyond hospital walls

At Main Line Health, we recognize that our responsibility to improve community health extends beyond the walls of our hospitals. Through educational outreach events, screenings and a number of other innovative programs, we are leading the way in establishing a culture of health by meeting community members where they live, work, play and pray.

With a data- and person-centered approach focused on eliminating disparities of care, we are able to better understand and address the unique health needs of our communities.

Main Line Health has established partnerships and programs designed to improve the health and well-being of those in the greater Philadelphia region, including:

Creating Equal Health Access

By fostering strong and meaningful partnerships with community organizations, we are working strategically to address the underlying causes of chronic diseases and improve the overall health of those we serve.

Main Line Health's Connection to Community

Whether it is ensuring easier, more affordable access to healthy food or providing medical referrals to at-risk adults right at the corner store, we are committed to supporting overall community health and the well-being of patients, families and communities in our region. Main Line Health's Connection to Community can help you find transportation, food, housing and more — right in your neighborhood. Through a partnership with findhelp, Connection to Community serves as an online resource for free or reduced-cost local community programs offered by community-based health and social service agencies.

To learn more about our community health services, call 484.476.3434 or contact us online.

Main Line Health serves patients at hospitals and health centers throughout the western suburbs of Philadelphia. To schedule an appointment with a specialist at Main Line Health, call 1.866.CALL.MLH (225.5654) or use our secure online appointment request form.