Noyes Memorial Hospital: 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 2014 Annual Community Service Plan demonstrating our commitment to meeting the health care needs of the communities we serve.
Our top two health care priorities are based on the New York State Department of Health Prevention Agenda (PA) and our 2013 Livingston County Community Health Needs Assessment, and are the focus of our hospital’s three year community service plan:
· Prevent Chronic Disease: Obesity Prevention, Chronic Disease Self-Management, and Stroke Designation
· Promote Mental Health and Prevent Substance Abuse
These goals and measurable objectives are a call to action to local health departments, 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 and other community partners to determine the public health priorities which form the basis of our plan. This 2014 update report captures the services and outcomes specific to Livingston County, though services also encompass four surrounding counties.
The Genesee Valley Health Partnership provides ongoing support and oversight of all community health improvement activities, via the four Community Health Improvement Planning (CHIP) committees. Two of the four are focused on our Livingston County PA priorities:
· Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
· Mental and Emotional Health
· Safe Communities
· Access to Care
We welcome community members to contact us if you have questions or feedback regarding our 2014 Community Service Plan report or if you are interested in joining one of our active CHIP committees.