Renown Health, with our partners, will inspire better health in our communities.

Giving Back to Our Community

For over 150 years, Renown Health has been taking care of generations of northern Nevadans as an integral part of our community.

As a not-for-profit organization, we are committed to service through organized and sustainable community benefit programs that provide:

  • Free and discounted care to those unable to afford healthcare
  • Services to improve community health and increase access to healthcare
  • Partnership and collaboration with others to address the health and well-being of the people in our communities

See our 2018-21 Community Health Needs Plan.

Latest From Our Community


Providing Better Care with Telemedicine Improvements

With grant support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Renown Health announces improvements to the existing high-definition telemedicine network, or virtual care, in...
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The year 2019 was full of valuable health and wellness videos and inspiring stories on BestMedicine - the Renown Health team is proud to...
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Prescription Drugs in the Home: The Risk They Pose to Teens

Alongside alcohol and marijuana, prescription drugs are one of the three most common substances abused by teenagers. According to the National Institute on Drug...
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Pack Goes Pink

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Are You Medicare Eligible?

In most cases, you're Medicare eligible at age 65. Most people don't have to pay a premium for Medicare Part A. If you or...
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Service to Others is What Drives Renown Chief of Staff

Renown Health Chief of Staff, Sy Johnson, MBA, started his career in finance, but transitioned to healthcare because of the focus on service to...
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Smoky Skies: Think Twice Before Going Outside

It is wildfire season here in Nevada, and that means smoky skies and unhealthy air quality levels. With each wildfire that occurs, a layer...
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Warm summer evenings on the patio are an enjoyable way to wrap up the day, but recent news reports about mosquitoes testing positive for...
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Behind the Scenes: Becoming an OR Nurse

Renown Health's Surgical University, a training for those interested in becoming an OR nurse, is now offered to new graduates along with more experienced...
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Dr. Tony Slonim Pens a Letter about His Five Years at...

Dr. Anthony Slonim, MD, DrPH, FACHE, President and CEO, celebrates his five-year anniversary with Renown Health, reflects on his leadership and looks forward to...
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Healthy Competition: Reno Rodeo Mutton Bustin’

For 11 days each summer, fans of the Reno Rodeo dust off their cowboy hats and don their favorite pair of boots to watch...