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Full CHNA Document (PDF 2.45 MB)
CHNA Executive Summary (PDF 512 KB)
Health Outcomes Mortality
(PDF 345 KB) Infant Mortality Overall Mortality Life Expectancy
(PDF 512 KB) Vaccine Preventable Diseases Adult Obesity Diabetes Multiple Chronic Conditions Dental Disease Mental Health Asthma Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Health Factors Health Behaviors (PDF 380 KB) Adult Tobacco Use Adolescent Alcohol Use Healthy Eating School Food Environment Physical Activity
Clinical Care (PDF 533 KB) Insurance Coverage Routine Dental Care Routine Medical Care Prenatal Care Breast Cancer Screening Diabetes Management Colorectal Cancer Screening Cholesterol Screening
Social and Economic Factors (PDF 509 KB) Education Level Poverty Financial Stress Unemployment Homelessness Neighborhood Safety Access Deprivation Early Childhood Screening
Physical Environment (PDF 522 KB) Healthy Food Access Housing Conditions Air Quality Water Quality
CHNA Supplemental Document
(PDF 645 KB )
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Olmsted County Public Health Services
Health Assessment and Planning Division
A Community Health [Needs] Assessment provides the foundation for improving and promoting the health of the community. A Community Health [Needs] Assessment identifies and describes factors that affect the health of a population, and factors that determine the availability of resources within the community to adequately address health concerns. Through the assessment process, a County Health Board identifies and describes the health status of the community; factors in the community that contribute to health challenges; and existing community assets and resources that can be mobilized to improve the health status of the community. The Community Health [Needs] Assessment, therefore, assures that local resources are directed toward activities and interventions that address critical and timely public health needs.– Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Performance Improvement