We’re an open book
and want you to be part of our story.
Every patient receives high-quality outpatient healthcare delivered by trained volunteers.
LVIM provides a safe and trusted medical home and is dedicated to improving health outcomes for our patients.
In 2021, LVIM served 2,671 patients with 29,889 services. As a result:
*Data from LVIM’s 2021 Impact Report
Our success depends on the skilled and compassionate people who give or their time and talents. We appreciate, acknowledge and support all of our volunteers.
*Data from 2020 Volunteer Survey results.
We recognize and appreciate our donors. We create donor trust and loyalty through transparent reporting, financial prudence and a focus on the community impact and value of donor gifts.
*Data from 2020 Donor Survey results.
We are committed to a culture of caring where all patients are treated with dignity and respect.
Delivering quality healthcare requires that will improve our patients’ access to healthcare thereby leading to our patients’ improved health. LVIM has an impressive network of community partners that support our mission.
LVIM believes in transparency and accountability.
As found on Charity Navigator.org, “The IRS expanded the Form 990 in 2008 to collect additional information from charities that can accept tax-deductible donations. Several changes were designed to inform the public about potential conflicts of interest, board oversight, executive compensation, and record keeping. The IRS states that, ‘by making full and accurate information about its mission, activities, finance, and governance publicly available, a charity encourages transparency and accountability to its constituents.'”
Many of the recommended transparency items can be found by looking closely at our 990. Several items, however, are simply check boxes asking whether or not a policy exists. As a further step toward full transparency, please find LVIM’s Conflict of Interest, Document Retention and Whistle Blower Policies by clicking the links below.
Transparency in Coverage files are linked on United Healthcare’s Transparency in Coverage website. This site includes ALL of UHC’s clients. To locate LVIM’s information, please scroll down to the following files:
2022-07-01_LAKELAND-VOLUNTEERS-IN_EP1-50_C1_in-network-rates.json.gz (file #39331)
2022-07-01_LAKELAND-VOLUNTEERS-IN_index.json (file #39332
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