As a leading faith-based nonprofit healthcare system, Texas Health Resources is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people in the communities we serve. Texas Health provides hospital care, but also offers programs intended to educate people about health and provide them with resources to prevent illness, maintain health and improve their overall well-being.
In order to provide education and resources for the issues of utmost concern in the community, Texas Health has completed a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). This assessment allows Texas Health to better understand the health status and needs of the community and use the knowledge gained to implement programs that will benefit the community by:
- Defining gaps in community health and developing strategies to assist in closing those identified gaps
- Informing the community about health services and other resources available regionally
- Developing partnerships and collaborations that enhance the impact of select initiatives
Click the links below to view the complete Community Health Needs Assessment and approved 2013–16 implementation strategies for each facility within the Texas Health Resources system.
Please direct all inquiries related to Texas Health Resources’ Community Health Needs Assessment to:
Roschanda Fletcher, MPH
Community Benefits Coordinator