Community Health Assessment (CHA)
The CHA was developed using a process that engaged community members and partners to collect and analyze qualitative (data that comes from could be collected from stories, concepts, or discussions) and quantitative (data that can be easily measured by numbers) data that relates to health. The data was collected from a variety of sources and was analyzed to better understand and present to all of our community. The presentation created a community health profile that can be used to inform community decision making, the prioritize health problems and to develop and put the community health improvement plan into action. Our hope is that this CHA will help mobilize community partners, gather resources and initiate action to improve our community's health!
The 2017 Community Health Assessment (CHA) was endorsed by the City of Greenfield Board of Health in July 2017. The full version is available below, or you may request a printed copy by contacting the Health Department during normal business hours
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)
Healthiest Greenfield 2022
The Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) was developed using a community-driven process to outline the strategic goals and objectives for action to improve our community's health. This plan will be in place for the next four years and will help to guide the efforts of the Healthiest Greenfield Coalition.
The Healthiest Greenfield 2022 CHIP was endorsed by the City of Greenfield Board of Health in January 2018. The full version is available below, or you may request a printed copy by contacting the Health Department during normal business hours
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In partnership with Aurora Healthcare, the City of Greenfield Health Department surveyed residents on their health status and habits to:
- Gather specific data on behavioral and lifestyle habits of the adult population. Selected information was also collected about respondent household.
- Gather data on the prevalence of risk factors and disease conditions existing within the adult population.
- Compare, where appropriate and available, health data of residents to state and national measurements.
The surveys were conducted through a grant provided by Aurora. The reports are part of a comprehensive survey of eastern Wisconsin commissioned in partnership with local health departments to identify areas of greatest need. Summaries of each survey conducted are found below: