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    Community Health Needs Assessment

    Iroquois Memorial Hospital elected to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment in 2016. Community Health Needs Assessment was developed and conducted by a consultant provided through the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network (ICAHN).

    ICAHN is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, established in 2003 for the purposes of sharing resources, education, promoting operational efficiencies, and improving health care services for member critical access hospitals and their rural communities. ICAHN, with 52 member
    hospitals, is an independent network governed by a nine-member board of directors, with standing and project development committees facilitating the overall activities of the network. ICAHN continually strives to strengthen the capacity and viability of its members and rural health providers. Iroquois Memorial Hospital is a member of the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network.

    The Community Health Needs Assessment will serve as a guide for planning and implementation of health care initiatives that will allow the hospital and its partners to best serve the emerging health needs of Watseka and all of Iroquois County.

    Download the Community Health Needs Assessment

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