2018 Community Health Assessment Presented at Board of County Commissioners Meeting
Health Department and Community Partners Present Findings
BURLINGTON- The 2018 Community Health Assessment (CHA) has been completed and was approved by the North Carolina Division of Public Health on May 1, 2019. Representatives from the Health Department and Healthy Alamance presented the findings of the report at the July 15, 2019 meeting of the Alamance County Board of Commissioners.
Health priorities highlighted in the report are access to care, education, and economy. The 2018 CHA details county demographics, health statistics, and the results of a telephone survey, focus groups, and a community forum. Additionally, the 2018 CHA highlights how social drivers affect the overall health of the community.
The 2018 CHA is a collaborative effort between the Alamance County Health Department, Alamance Regional Medical Center, Elon University, Healthy Alamance, Impact Alamance, United Way and other community partners. The CHA is a report required every three to four years by the North Carolina Division of Public Health from all local health departments in North Carolina. To view the 2018 CHA, please visit http://www.alamance-nc.com/health/ then choose Health Reports and Statistics.