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Community Health Needs Assessment

In the practice of public health, the community is the patient and the health of the community is watched and measured on a routine basis. This is done by looking at key population health indicators such as local disease rates, causes of death, and behavioral health determinants, like smoking or drinking rates. In Wisconsin, each local health department is required to regularly lead a community health assessment. The assessment findings are widely spread among community members to allow public health practitioners and their community partners to address priorities which may call for notice and change community health improvement plans.

Healthy Sheboygan County 2020 partnered with Aurora Health Care, Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Lakeshore Community Health Care, St. Nicholas Hospital, United Way of Sheboygan County and UW-Extension of Sheboygan County to complete the needs assessments below:

2020 Community Health Assessment Data

 The Assessment includes the following components:

2017 Community Health Assessment Data

The Assessment includes the following components:

2014 Community Health Assessment Data

The Assessment includes the following components:

County Health Rankings:

Please see the link below for the complete 2017 County Health Rankings as released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.