CHC Supply Trust is the supply chain services arm of Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) and CHC Consulting. CHC specializes in community hospital ownership, management and consulting services through three distinct companies:

CHC Community Hospitals – Board advisory, education and hospital lease or management.

CHC Consulting – Operational assessments, CHC Supply Trust, consulting, joint ventures and hospital management.

CHC ContinueCAREManagement and ownership of Long Term Acute Care Hospitals (LTACHs) and post-acute consulting.

A Strong History of Supporting Community Hospitals

In 1996, Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) was established by a group of not-for-profit and community-owned healthcare systems with the intention of preserving the not-for-profit status of community-based hospitals. Driven by the passion they shared, this group of organizations formed CHC to protect community hospitals from acquisition by investor-owned hospital systems.

Since its inception, we remain a not-for-profit company whose sole mission is to help hospitals remain community-operated and governed. CHC owns, manages and consults with hospitals across the United States.

CHC Consulting was founded in 2006, to assist hospitals needing strategic consulting services, assistance with special projects and opportunities for joint ventures.

Based in Plano, Texas, our organization provides community hospitals with the resources and experience they need. CHC offers practical solutions that help community hospitals enhance efficiencies, improve quality and strengthen financial stability—and most importantly, we help preserve and protect community control of the hospital.

Visit the CHC website for more information about our other services.

CASE STUDY: Community Hospital, McCook, Nebraska

25-bed, critical access hospital serving southwest Nebraska and northwest Kansas

The hospital previously purchased supplies and services from a well-known, national hospital network

CHC Supply Trust and CHC Consulting put together a custom package of services, including analyses of supply spend, revenue cycle and productivity

The hospital saw supply spend and other savings of $532,000 in the first year and payroll and orthopedic implant savings together exceeded $800,000 the second year after implementation

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