Community-Health-Program

March 4, 2020
$5,000 Donation to Support The Literacy Cooperative Highlights Commitment to Community: Gift Enables 2,500 Books to be Mailed to Children This Year


September 17, 2019
Craciun Participates on Panel at Cleveland Clinic’s First Populations Health Symposium


August 26, 2019
Community Meetings Help Inform 2019 Cuyahoga County Community Health Needs Assessment Priorities






Community Health Needs Assessment
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Community Health Program

The Center’s community health program empowers member hospitals to meet their community health goals and achieve equitable and improved health outcomes for all. To improve the health of the community, it is important to first understand the health status and health needs of Northeast Ohioans and the conditions that support or hinder health. Multiple forms of data are necessary, collaboration among cross-sector partners is critical and outreach to the community is essential.

Supporting hospitals in their community health work is central to The Center’s community health program. We seek to help our hospitals build strong partnerships and align their efforts with one another, public health departments, community stakeholders and community residents. We believe that by working together, whether through developing a collaborative Cuyahoga County CHNA, launching Healthy Northeast Ohio, or convening via the CHNA Roundtable, that we will have a greater collective impact.  

To learn more about The Center’s community health program, please contact Lisa Anderson, MSN, RN, senior vice president of member services, at 216.255.3660 or via email

Community-Health-Program

March 4, 2020
$5,000 Donation to Support The Literacy Cooperative Highlights Commitment to Community: Gift Enables 2,500 Books to be Mailed to Children This Year


September 17, 2019
Craciun Participates on Panel at Cleveland Clinic’s First Populations Health Symposium


August 26, 2019
Community Meetings Help Inform 2019 Cuyahoga County Community Health Needs Assessment Priorities