Noyes Health: Community Health Improvement Plan 2016-18
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 2016-18 Annual Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) demonstrating our commitment to meeting the health and wellness needs of the communities we serve.
Noyes Health, the Livingston County Department of Health, and the Genesee Valley Health Partnership (GVHP) were the collaborating leaders who conducted the comprehensive 2016 Community Health Assessment (CHA). Population health data was provided by the Finger Lakes Health System Agency for review and assessment. With the support of the S2AY and GVHP rural health networks, we also engaged community members through focus groups to solicit input regarding local community health concerns, met with key health and human service providers to obtain their input, and conducted an online survey among key stakeholders regarding our current Livingston County public health system.
All CHA data and focus group/survey outcomes can be found on the Genesee Valley Health Partnership website: http://www.gvhp.org/community-health-assessment.html
At the completion of the CHA, these three NYSDOH Prevention Agenda health priorites were identified in Livingston County:
- Chronic Disease Management: with focus on Obesity Prevention
- Promote Mental Health and Prevent Substance Abuse
- Safe Communities: with focus on Fall Prevention among the aging population
The 2016 Community Health Assessment and 2016-18 Community Health Improvement Plan are attached. If you have questions or additional feedback, please contact Patty Piper, Director of Community Outreach Services, at (585) 335-4359 or email@example.com.