Community Service Plans
Community Assessment and Health Improvement Plan 2019-21
In support of our Mission to "Support and promote the health of our communities through compassionate, quality care," UR Medicine | Noyes Health is proud to issue the 2019 Community Health Assessment (CHA) Report and 2019-21 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)/Community Service Plan (CSP) demonstrating our commitment to meeting the health and wellness needs of the communities we serve.
UR Medicine | Noyes Health, the Livingston County Department of Health, the Genesee Valley Health Partnership (GVHP) and Common Ground Health were the collaborating leaders who conducted the comprehensive 2019 CHA. Population health data was provided by Common Ground Health and the Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) process was used to complete the CHA. MAPP is a community-driven strategic planning process for improving community health that included health data assessment, community/public health surveys and multiple community and provider focus groups to obtain community input.
At the completion of the 2019 CHA process, the following NYSDOH Prevention Agenda health priorities were identified in Livingston County:
- Priority Area: Prevent Chronic Disease
- Priority Area: Promote Well-Being and Prevent Mental and Substance Use Disorders
Please see full Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan for CHA/CHIP/CSP details.
If you have questions or additional feedback, please contact Patty Piper, RN, Community Health Improvement Coordinator, at (585) 335-8630 or email@example.com.