Community Health Needs Assessments

In Fiscal Year 2022, all Piedmont Healthcare hospitals undertook a community health needs assessment (CHNA), which is the activity and end-product of identifying and prioritizing the community's health needs. We did this by talking to community and hospital stakeholders, analyzing relevant public health and hospital data, and seeing where we could make the most impact in our neighborhoods and city.

A key component of the CHNA was to identify the top health priorities we'll address over fiscal years 2023, 2024, and 2025, as well as the implementation strategy that accompanies each CHNA. These strategies detail how we will address each identified priority and will guide our community benefit work over the next three years.

Below are the CHNAs and Implementation Strategies for each of our facilites:

In all community benefit work, we will work to achieve greater health equity by reducing the impact of poverty and other socioeconomic indicators. This means we’ve worked into each implementation strategy activities that will address any social, economic and/or racial barriers to good health, lifting the health of all those in our communities by addressing social and economic root causes of poor health.

When possible, we will work to address other issues that arose during the CHNA, even though those are not listed in the above priority list. These include Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and HIV/AIDS. Also, not all our communities will have the same specific priorities. That doesn’t mean an issue isn’t important to that hospital, though, and we’ll work to address all issues in all communities, as we’re able.

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You can also find documents related to our previous CHNAs:

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