OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital is pleased to present its Community Health Needs Assessment for Hardin County. We are confident this Assessment presents an excellent summary of the health needs of the community we serve.
Below is a link to the Hardin Memorial Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment. Hardin Memorial is committed to improving the health of those we serve, which is why we are passionate about meeting the needs within the community. An implementation strategy has been developed to help meet the needs identified in the Community Health Needs Assessment. OhioHealth and Hardin Memorial will continue to provide substantial Community Benefit by improving quality of care, increasing access to care and enhancing services to our community, patients and their families. We look forward to working with community partners to address these needs.
For more information about Hardin Memorial and this report, please contact Shawna Bosse Davis, System Vice President of Community and Government Relations for OhioHealth at (614) 544-4423, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Comments regarding this report should be directed to CommunityHNA@ohiohealth.com.
OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital is located at 921 East Franklin Street, Kenton, Hardin County, Ohio 43326. In developing this Community Health Needs Assessment, we identified the “community served” by Hardin Memorial as the residents of Hardin County. See the ZIP codes and communities considered within Hardin County.
It was important to us to get input as to the health needs of our community from those outside of our Hospital. Community input for this report was provided through consultation with stakeholders representing various entities that serve Hardin County. These stakeholders provided information and participated in meetings to identify and prioritize health needs in Hardin County. Stakeholder meetings were held from November, 2011 through May, 2012 to analyze the current health care needs in the region. On November 6, 2012, Hardin Memorial hosted a community-wide meeting with community leaders and members representing groups who are medically underserved, low-income, minority, and with chronic disease needs to obtain further community input.
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