- $3.1 million: Free and discounted care for those unable to pay their medical bills.
- $6.3 million: Covered unfunded portions of government-sponsored medical care, including Medicaid. (Medicare is reportedly not included in the tally.)
- $324,080: Covered subsidized services, including clinical services the medical center offers but doesn’t bill to help patients.
- $260,152: Donations to the community, plus the cost of free classes, public education and support groups. This includes the free flu shot clinic the medical center held in cooperation with the Walla Walla County Health Department last fall, and automated defibrillators donated to the city for public buildings.
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