According to Federal law, all not-for-profit hospitals are required to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment every three years and put together an Implementation Strategy to meet the community needs that the assessment identifies.
Every community has different health care needs, including diabetes management, obesity and weight loss management, chronic illness, substance abuse, access to healthcare, and more.
That's why our assessment team pulls together a broad set of health care consumers from each service area to help us identify the health needs of each individual community.
The Community Health Needs Assessment is not only a Federal requirement. It aligns closely to our OSF Healthcare Mission, “to serve persons with the greatest care and love in a community that celebrates the Gift of Life”.
After the data is collected and each community's health needs are prioritized by greatest need, administrative and caregiver teams at OSF work together to further support current community-based health programs and services as well as starting new programs to help meet the needs for each community.
For example, if diabetes management is shown as a major concern in one of the communities we serve, we might look at current diabetes screening and education programs and see how we can better support those programs or even look at new services and facilities like one of our OSF Diabetes Care offices.
At OSF HealthCare, we believe that an informed patient is an engaged patient.
That's why we are sharing all of our Community Health Needs Assessment reports for all of our hospitals across the OSF Ministry.
|Alton, Illinois||OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center||PDF (1.2 MB)||PDF (2.5 MB)|
|Bloomington, Illinois||OSF St. Joseph Medical Center||PDF (5.1 MB)||PDF (1.3 MB)|
|Danville, Illinois||OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center||PDF (1.3 MB)||PDF (3.3 MB)|
|Escanaba, Michigan||OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group||PDF (1.1 MB)||PDF (2.8 MB)|
|Evergreen Park, Illinois||OSF Little Company of Mary Medical Center||PDF (1.5 MB)||PDF (3.3 MB)|
|Galesburg, Illinois||OSF St. Mary Medical Center||PDF (1.1 MB)||PDF (3.0 MB)|
|Kewanee, Illinois||OSF Saint Luke Medical Center||PDF (1.1 MB)||PDF (4.3 MB)|
|Mendota, Illinois||OSF Saint Paul Medical Center||PDF (1.1 MB)||PDF (2.8 MB)|
|Monmouth, Illinois||OSF Holy Family Medical Center||PDF (852 kB)||PDF (2.7 MB)|
|Ottawa, Illinois||OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center||PDF (1.1 MB)||PDF (2.8 MB)|
|Peoria, Illinois||OSF Saint Francis Medical Center||PDF (1.3 MB)||PDF (5.8 MB)|
|Pontiac, Illinois||OSF Saint James -John W. Albrecht Medical Center||PDF (776 kB)||PDF (2.7 MB)|
|Princeton, Illinois||OSF Saint Clare Medical Center||PDF (1.2 MB)||PDF (2.4 MB)|
|Rockford, Illinois||OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center||PDF (852 kB)||PDF (2.8 MB)|
|Urbana, Illinois||OSF Heart of Mary Medical Center||PDF (1.3 MB)||PDF (3.6 MB)|
OSF St. Joseph Medical Center in Bloomington, Illinois has partnered with Carle BroMenn Medical Center, United Way and the McLean County Health Department to develop a comprehensive plan for addressing the health needs of the Bloomington-Normal community.
OSF Heart of Mary Medical Center partnered with the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, Carle Foundation Hospital, and United Way of Champaign County to conduct and document their Community Health Needs Assessment. New 2022 plans found above.
OSF Sacred Heart Medical Center partnered with the Vermilion County Health Department, Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, and the United Way of Danville Area to conduct and document their Community Health Needs Assessment. New 2022 plans found above.
If you would like to provide comments to us related to the content of the Bloomington, Illinois report, please fill out the feedback form.
If you would like to provide comments to us related to all other reports, please email us at CHNAFeedback@osfhealthcare.org.