On Thursday, officials with El Paso Children’s Hospital (EPCH) released their 2020 Annual Report.
The report highlights the strategic efforts driven by the mission, vision and core values of EPCH and all who are affiliated with it.
“We are pleased to share our first annual report, which comes together as we prepare to celebrate 10 years of the El Paso Children’s Hospital. While we are certainly proud of all we have accomplished since then, it must be said that EPCH has done, and continues to do, a tremendous job supporting our community during the extraordinary pandemic days of 2020,” said Cindy Stout, CEO of El Paso Children’s Hospital.
Some of the items as noted in the 2020 Annual Report include:
- Serving 150,000 patients since the doors opened to EPCH in 2012.
- Giving close to $25,000 in sponsorships and countless hours of community service by hospital staff.
- Rising to the become the epicenter for the future treatment of children with cranial and facial deformities.
- Advancing equipment inventories in the areas of surgical technology and tools, instruments, and cameras.
- Opening an offsite location for the C.A.R.E.S Clinic to serve child abuse victims.
- Fostering ongoing partnerships, supporting innovation and thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“2020 was a significant year at El Paso Children’s Hospital. On behalf of the current board of directors, I am proud of the gains we made based on our comprehensive strategic plan,” said Jose F. Cardenas, Board Chairman, El Paso Children’s Hospital.
“Our priorities at the hospital were clearly demonstrated through both the challenges we faced and the successes that came from our unmatched service to patients, families, employees and the greater El Paso and southern New Mexico community.”
An online version of the report can be found here.