The Community Health Assessment (CHA) is a systematic review of our community’s health status. In 2019, the Madison County Health Department partnered with Community Memorial Hospital and Oneida Health Hospital to complete the 2019-2021 CHA. The CHA team used a process called MAPP, for more details on the process click here.
The community themes and strengths assessment provided an understanding of issues that residents feel are important and their perception of the quality of life in their community.
The forces of change assessment looks at the trends, factors, events, that can affect the community and the local public health system, both negatively and positively.
The community health status assessment looked at the health data in our county and asks “how healthy are our residents,” and “what does the health status of our community look like.”
Additional County Data
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The purpose of the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is to identify those health issues most important to our residents and to strategically leverage and align the efforts and resources of multiple organizations.
After a complete review of the CHA and data collected two priority areas were selected:
The CHIP is the health blueprint for all of us working together to make Madison County a healthy place to live, study, work, and play.