Community health needs assessment underway
News from St. Luke Community Healthcare
RONAN – As the largest healthcare provider in the Mission Valley, St. Luke Community Healthcare is committed to the health and well-being of those they serve. St. Luke has an ongoing responsibility to proactively monitor the health of community members to ensure their services, programs, and partnerships meet the needs of local citizens.
The Community Health Needs Assessment – which is conducted every three years – utilizes a comprehensive array of research resources to provide a clear vision of the health status of the local community. St. Luke is collecting survey responses during the month of August and encourages all community members to share their input during the process.
The survey takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and can be found at: www.stlukehealthcare.org or by following the QR code within this article.
To show their appreciation for the community’s feedback, St. Luke is giving away five $50 cash cards after the survey is complete. If you would like to enter the drawing, you will be offered the option at the end of the survey to provide your email, which will not be attached to your confidential responses.
“Our community is made stronger and healthier when all perspectives are heard,” said St. Luke CEO Steve Todd. “We hope everyone will take a few minutes to share theirs as it relates to community health needs. Their input can have a big impact.”