Upland Hills Health
2011 Report to the Community...
... is to consistently meet or exceed the expectations of those we serve, of those who serve, and of those we hope to serve, in a cost-effective manner.
... is to lead a partnership with the communities, reflecting additional emphasis on health education, rehabilitation, and the prevention of illness and injury.
... is to participate in the provision of health services to the poor, minorities, disabled, and other underserved persons in our community.
Upland Hills Health is a non-profit organization guided by a Board of Trustees consisting of dedicated community leaders that generously volunteer their time and talents.
Upland Hills Health was formed as the result of a merger of two Dodgeville hospitals: St. Joseph's Hospital and Dodgeville General Hospital. They came together in 1974 as a united non-profit organization, as Memorial Hospital of Iowa County, Inc. In 2001 the corporate identity was changed to Upland Hills Health to reflect a growing service area and expanded health services. Read more about the history of the two hospitals...
The Board of Trustees continues to demonstrate great leadership in developing and preparing Board members, as well as the administration and managers with the proper knowledge, education and tools to soundly move forward and meet the challenges of healthcare in Southwest Wisconsin. Ongoing efforts enable the Board to be strong leaders, aware of hospital nursing home, and community needs and national healthcare trends.
Board of Trustees
Jody Vanderloo, Chairperson, Dodgeville
Brad Laufenberg, Vice Chairperson, Highland
Ted Greenheck, Treasurer, Spring Green
Jim Massey, Secretary, Barneveld
Peg Koehler, Trustee, Mineral Point
John Thronson, Trustee, Hollandale
Dr. Kathryn Dalsing, Trustee, Dodgeville
Linda Taplin Statz, Trustee, Madison
Todd Burchill, Trustee, Madison
Upland Hills Health, Inc.
800 Compassion Way
P.O. Box 800
Dodgeville, WI 53533-0800
Our Administrative Team works very hard to provide the best quality healthcare, in a cost-effective manner for our communities.
Lisa Schnedler —President and CEO
Karl Pustina—Vice President of Finance
Lynn Hebgen—Vice President of Nursing
Upland Hills Health is accredited by the Joint Commission.
What does Joint Commission accreditation mean?
Accreditation encompasses standards-setting, evaluation, and educational activities. Thus, one unique characteristic of the Joint Commission accreditation is the breadth and diversity of services provided under an umbrella that is national in scope and recognition.
The Joint Commission standards represent a national consensus on quality patient care that reflects changing health care practices and delivery trends. What this means to you is confidence in your local hospital and health provider.
What is the most important reason for becoming Joint Commission accredited?
Improving the quality of patient care. Accreditation signifies our commitment to quality and quality improvement. It represents a touchstone against which we can judge the quality of our organization.
We take the fact that you trust us with your personal healthcare information very seriously.
As one of your chosen healthcare providers, we are committed to protect against the inappropriate use of your personal information. And, with the introduction of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) we are now regulated by the federal government to continue our long-standing commitment to patient privacy.
Rest assured, we take these regulations very seriously and will work vigorously to adhere to their standards -- and yours.
Learn more about our privacy practices and your privacy rights as a patient at Upland Hills Health. Click here to read our detailed Privacy Notice.
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Upland Hills Health desires to serve our local communities and support meaningful projects that enhance the quality of life in our service area. Requests for contributions, charity advertising, corporate sponsorships, local fundraisers and other solicitations are considered in a consistent, fair and timely manner.
Because we are a non-profit charitable organization, ourselves, our support is typically in the form of program advertising. We often support local fundraising projects by donating raffle items or door prizes. We seldom make outright gifts of cash.
Upland Hills Health has a "Solicitation Worksheet" available to those who would like their requests considered. Requests should be submitted in writing and utilize the worksheet format.