Community Needs Assessment
In October 2012, Jefferson Hospital received a grant through the State Office of Rural Health and Georgia Southern University to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment of Jefferson County. As part of The Patient Protection Affordable Care Act (PPACA) signed by President Obama in March 2010, all nonprofit tax exempt hospitals are required to complete a community health needs assessment every three years. The assessment was conducted to identify the most important health issues in the community and develop an action plan designed to address identified priorities.
The CHNA looks at health status, barriers to care, and other demographic, social and economic issues affecting people and organizations in Jefferson County.
We encourage all users to find valuable and relevant information in the reports.
For the entire Community Health Needs Assessment Report, please click here CHNA.
For a listing of the prioritized issues for Jefferson County, please click here Prioritized Issues.
For Jefferson Hospital’s strategic plan, please click here Strategic Plan.
For access to your Patient Portal, please click here.
For any questions regarding the Community Needs Assessment, please contact Jessica Guy at 478-625-7000 ext. 200.