Community Health Status Assessmentadmin2017-09-19T14:20:55-04:00
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Introduction to Sullivan County’s Community Health Status Assessment (CHSA)
Improving health is a shared responsibility of health care providers and public health officials, as well as a variety of organizations and individuals who contribute to the well-being of our community. No single entity can make a community healthy. So much more can be accomplished by working together with a common vision to improve health. To that end this document has been prepared to provide a foundation on which to implement change to work towards a healthier community and Sullivan County.
This assessment serves as the first step of the MAPP process, a detailed model of MAPP is depicted below:
This report begins with a community description with detailed demographic information and is followed with descriptions and detailed data for important health indicators including: Access to Health Care, Quality of Life, Behavioral Risk Factors, Environmental Health, Social and Mental Health, Maternal and Child Health, Death, Illness and Injury and Communicable Disease.