Community Health Needs Assessment Reports
Every three years, Rush Copley Medical Center completes a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) process to identify, prioritize and develop strategies to address the top health issues in the community. During this process, Copley takes into account input from a number of people representing the broad interests of the community served. This is accomplished through collaborations with the Kane County and Kendall County Health Departments, community focus groups, a community health survey, and additional community input and feedback regarding published and draft assessments and strategies.
The current top health needs identified in the community include:
- Access to health services
- Behavioral heath (includes mental health and substance abuse)
- Chronic disease
- Inequities in vulnerable populations
We are focusing on implementing strategies to improve these areas of health and wellness in the community.
- FY2022 Community Report
Contains: FY22 Community Health Needs Assessment, FY23-FY25 Community Health Improvement Plan & FY19 CHNA FY20-FY22 CHIP Final Report
Past CHNA Reports
For more information about CHNA, please contact:
Alexander F. Pope
Vice President, Philanthropy and Community Engagement
Mariana M. Martinez, CHES
Community Health Outreach Coordinator