BCHIP was established over 25 years ago with support from our Bucks County Hospitals, The Bucks County Department of Health and the Bucks County Medical Society with a shared vision of improving the health in Bucks County. These organizations continue to identify opportunities to coordinate their efforts to identify gaps in services and identify resources to address these gaps.
To provide a leadership role in Bucks County through a collaborative approach to address gaps in health services and to improve the health status of the community.
Community: We believe that we should build and maintain internal and external partnerships to address health challenges including effectively utilizing resources, solving problems and building relationships.
Accountability: We keep our commitments and make measurable progress to achieve our mission.
Innovation: We believe that we should demonstrate the ability to adapt to change and to be flexible in our approach to solving community health problems and providing services.
Inclusiveness: We operate in a spirit of inclusiveness by providing opportunities and forums for our stakeholders to be represented across activities within our organizations.
At BCHIP, we strive to recognize the diversity in our community to better promote equity of health services for all Bucks County residents. We value the importance of identifying intentional ways to grow in our understanding and support of others and choose to be inclusive of all. Through partnerships and collaborations, we are empowering our community and embracing our differences.
We are able to offer multiple programs because of contributions from the six Bucks County Hospitals, The Bucks County Department of Health, Charitable Foundations and, most importantly, the generosity of the Bucks County community.
Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership
Administrative Office: 41 University Drive, Suite 101, Newtown, PA 18940