Community Service Plans

 Noyes Health: 2015 Community Service Plan

In support of our Mission to “Support and promote the health of our communities through compassionate, quality care”,  Noyes Health is proud to issue the 2015 Annual Community Service Plan demonstrating our commitment to meeting the health care needs of the communities we serve.

Based on the New York State Department of Health Prevention Agenda and our most recent Livingston County Community Health Needs Assessment, the top two health care priorities for our hospital's three year community service plan include:

·        Prevent Chronic Disease: Obesity Prevention and Chronic Disease Management that includes our 2015 Noyes Hospital Stroke Designation.

·        Promote Mental Health and Prevent Substance Abuse: Suicide Prevention and Prescription Drug Disposal.

These goals and measurable objectives are a call to action for the local health department, county agencies, community benefit organizations, health care providers, health plans, schools, employers, and businesses to collaborate at the community level to support and promote population health management.

As part of a state-wide effort to emphasize local health planning, Noyes Health collaborates with the Livingston County Health Department to determine the local public health priorities which form the basis of our plan. Click on the logo below to view the Community Health Improvement Plan from the Livingston County Department of Health.








The next Community Health Assessment is scheduled to be completed in 2016.  This countywide assessment will be conducted under the direction of Genesee Valley Health Partnership and leadership of Livingston County Department of Health and Noyes Health.

We welcome community members to contact us if you have questions or feedback regarding our 2015 Community Service Plan report.  Please contact Patty Piper, Director of Community Outreach Services if you have questions or are interested in joining one of our CHIP Committees or the Continuum of Care Coalition at Noyes Health: or (585) 335-4359.