Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville, VA
Bon Secours Southside Medical Center in Petersburg, VA
Discuss the following:
Describe the population, within the area of the state, that is served by each facility to include the SES, ethnic and racial percentages, the any other demographics that describe the population. You can find this information a various state and federal websites.
Contrast and Compare the Mission Statements of each facility (NOTE: contrast is how the two sites are different and compare is how they are alike!)
Review the website and discuss at least two examples of information on that website that reflects the Mission Statement.
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