Trinity Gives

Our Pledge to the Community

UnityPoint Health - Trinity recognizes the responsibility we share with others to improve the quality of life in our community. Despite challenging times in the economy and in health care, Trinity continually seeks ways to make our services more convenient, accessible and affordable. As you will see, we have honored our commitment while providing the highest quality care for all patients.

In working to achieve our vision of providing the best outcome for every patient, every time, we have extended our commitment beyond the walls of our facilities through the programs, services and educational opportunities we bring into the community.

Community Benefit

In 2015, Trinity provided more than $42 million in community benefit to the Quad-Cities. A community benefit is defined as programs or activities that address community health and health-related needs, which can provide measurable improvement in health access, health status and the use of health resources.  2016 Report to the Community 

Community Outreach

Trinity also activity participates in multiple community collaborations to address a specific community health need, such as health literacy and access, nutrition and wellness, behavioral healthcare and access, social support and community health needs. 


Charity Care and Financial Assistance

Trinity provides charity care and financial assistance discounts for those people in need of medically necessary health care services. We have a committed and compassionate staff of financial advocates who can assist patients and family members in determining eligibility for Medicaid or other state or federal programs.

These types of funded programs provide comprehensive coverage for your health including prevention, primary care, hospitalization, prescription and other services for individuals, families and children. In addition to state or federal programs, Trinity provides financial assistance and payment plans to assist patients with their medical bills. Patients earning up to 1000 percent of the federal poverty income guidelines may be eligible for assistance.