The Regional Health Commission remains committed to alignment and coordination as we respond to issues that arise with regional impact as informed by the data we collect and partners we engage. Our regional collaborations historically and continue to align with our strategic priorities.
Over the course of the RHC’s 20-year history, four organizations have taken the reins on past RHC-initiated projects and continued the work as individual nonprofits: Alive and Well Communities, St. Louis Integrated Health Network, Behavioral Health Network of Greater St. Louis, and Health Literacy Media.
More recently, the RHC has also been a catalyst in our region’s response to COVID-19 with the work of PrepareSTL and addressing gun violence through the Bullet Related Injury Clinic – both current initiatives with external partners with the potential for long-term existence. In addition, the RHC served as a founding partner for both the National Association of Health Services Executives – St. Louis Chapter and the St. Louis Partnership for a Healthy Community.
The RHC relies upon and supports the work of these organizations and collaborations as our united mission continues to improve health care access and outcomes for all. Take a closer look at these partners below: