Improving the Health of Our Community
Continuing the legacy of Mercy’s Founding Sisters to serve those in need, Mercy Hospital is involved in a broad range of community service programs to improve the health of the people we serve on Long Island with special attention to the medically indigent.
Mercy Hospital conducts free health screenings and participates in community health fairs sponsored by towns, recreation centers and churches. We also provide health education speakers for senior centers, schools, libraries and other community organizations.
Mercy Hospital sponsors a wide range of support groups, including programs for mental health and substance abuse and bereavement. We also provide information about support groups for those living with cancer.
Call Liz Schwind, Mercy Hospital Community Relations, at 516-705-3133 for more information about our community outreach programs and services.
Need a health care speaker?
Mercy Hospital's medical experts share the latest information on a variety of health care topics as a free community service. Call our Speakers Bureau at 516-626-3729 at least six weeks in advance.
Long Island Health Collaborative Community Member Survey
Our partnership with LIHC provides Long Islanders with helpful health and wellness resources.