Your local public health department continually protects you and your family in ways you might not even notice. The Health and Data Publications section keeps you informed about these ongoing efforts. Take a look at our community health improvement plan, “Healthiest Greenfield 2010” for more information.
Greenfield Community Health Survey
The Greenfield Community Health Survey is conducted approximately every 3 years through a grant provided by Aurora Health Care. This report is commissioned by Aurora Health Care in partnership with the Greenfield Health Department and the Center for Urban Population Health.
The purpose of this effort is to gather information on the health practices and health-related behavioral risks of residents. Respondents are scientifically selected so that the survey would be representative of all adults 18 years old and older. The data from the health survey is used by the Health Department for multiple projects including community health assessment and community health improvement planning.
Healthiest Greenfield Coalition
The kick off meeting for the Healthiest Greenfield Coalition hosted on February 23, 2016 initiated the work of the next Community Health Assessment cycle. This coalition aims to (1) Evaluate and contribute to the Greenfield Community Health Assessment; (2) Serve as community champions and engage the community for change; and (3) Spearhead the Greenfield Community Health Improvement Plan.
Meeting materials and community data pieces are posted below. Please contact Lisa Boettcher, Public Health Specialist, if you would like more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Get Healthy, Greenfield! Community Health Improvement Plan, 2012-2016
In March 2012, the Greenfield Health Department, in collaboration with community leaders and residents, introduced Get Healthy, Greenfield!, a community health improvement plan for 2012 - 2016.
The goal of this plan is to educate the members of Greenfield on
healthy living with particular focus on getting fit, eating healthy,
reducing the risk of chronic disease (such as cancer and heart disease),
preventing injury and violence, and achieving positive mental health.
The Greenfield Health
Department, in accordance with Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative
Code, publishes an annual report each year. The annual report highlights
the programs and services provided to the community during the previous