Metrocrest Hospital Authority Seeks Local Projects to Fund
2023 Community Health Needs Assessment revealed areas of healthcare to focus on
Metrocrest Hospital Authority (MHA) is seeking to fund local projects in areas of maternal health, dental prevention and education, or healthcare for individuals with special needs. Project programming must fall within the Metrocrest service area of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Coppell, and Addison.
“Last year’s Community Health Needs Assessment revealed maternal health, dental prevention and education, and other areas of need in our community,” said Metrocrest Hospital Authority CEO John Mahalik. “We learned a lot from conducting the CHNA and we’re using that data collected to focus funding projects that fill these needs.”
Projects must fall into one of the following priority issue areas:
- Healthcare access to primary care including supply, financial resources, capacity, care, and resource navigation
- Diabetes and Nutritional Health
- Health Screenings and Prevention that are tied to primary care
- Behavioral Health
- Dental and Vision Health
To be considered, organizations must fill out a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) on The Dallas Foundation’s online portal by Monday, March 27, 2023.
For more information visit the funding page on our website.
Since its creation in 1975, Metrocrest Hospital Authority has strived to create a quality healthcare environment for both providers and users in its service area.
Almost 50 years later, MHA continues to be a catalyst for access to quality healthcare through partnerships that improve the health of the community. MHA believes that health encompasses physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or illness. By managing resources wisely, MHA is able to collaborate and support organizations that provide access to healthcare, prevention, early detection, and treatment programs with evidence-based models and measurable results.