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Memorial Hospital is committed to conducting business activities in an ethical and forthright manner and within the letter and spirit of all applicable laws and regulations. The Memorial Hospital Board of Directors has approved the operation of a Corporate Compliance Program. The Corporate Compliance Program is designed to promote ethical behavior and compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

Memorial Hospital’s Corporate Compliance Program contains the core requirements of a corporate compliance program as set forth in compliance guidance documents issued by the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services. The core requirements are: (1) developing open lines of communication, (2) implementing compliance and practice standards, (3) designating a compliance officer, (4) conducting appropriate training and education, (5) conducting internal monitoring and auditing, (6) responding appropriately to detected offenses and developing corrective action, and (7) enforcing disciplinary standards through well-publicized guidelines.

Additionally, Memorial Hospital has established an anonymous Integrity Hotline at (800) 403-2511. For explanation of the Federal and Colorado False Claims Statutes download and view the policy:

» Download: Federal and Colorado False Claims Statutes Policy (.pdf/22K)

Keeping your patient information secure and confidential is important for Memorial Hospital. If you feel that your health information has not been maintained securely or confidentially, you may report your concerns to:

  • John Wyckoff, Privacy Officer, 719-365-2309

  • Catherin Bertrand, Compliance Specialist, 719-365-2322

  • Patient Representatives at 719-365-5621

  • or send a letter to:

    Memorial Hospital

    ATTN: John Wyckoff, Privacy Officer

    1400 E. Boulder St.
    Colorado Springs, CO 80909